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Your skin deserves the very best, but you don't have to be a scientist to give it the appropriate attention. Count on the experts at this Dunwoody center to apply cutting-edge techniques to augment your charms with this offer:
• $55 ($110 value) for a Peppermint Sea Twist body wrap treatment
• $79 ($165 value) for a facial package
• $129 ($260 value) for a spa package
During the one-hour Peppermint Sea Twist body wrap treatment, warm bandages infused with peppermint oil and seaweed will be used to improve circulation and temporarily firm the appearance of skin, while also easing sore muscles and helping with water retention.
Opt for the facial package to enjoy a cooling organic seaweed facial fit to your skin type, and a collagen mask to rejuvenate tired skin. You'll also receive your choice of invigorating peel: the glycolic peel is derived from sugar cane to exfoliate and refresh your skin's tone and texture, while a pumpkin peel infuses your skin with vitamin A to promote new cell growth and reveal radiance.
In the spa package, you'll luxuriate in a full-body seaweed wrap to stimulate circulation and detoxify the entire body as it promotes soft, silky skin; after your wrap, soak up a steamy shower and light massage with nourishing seaweed body cream. You'll also benefit from some facial focus with an organic seaweed facial, a glycolic or pumpkin peel, and collagen mask.
PAID VALUE EXPIRES ON April 26, 2022
PROMOTIONAL VALUE EXPIRES ON November 5, 2014