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$100 Toward Spa Services; Aromatherapy Sauna Session + Venik Massage; or Laser Hair Removal
94% recommendedin LivingSocial customer ratings
Book an appointment at this Sterling spa -- which earns solid five-star reviews from Facebook fans -- and you'll consult with an expert before starting your treatment. Just prepare to be pampered -- one client exclaimed, "They treated me like a queen":
• $50 for $100 to spend spa services
• $45 ($90 value) for an aromatherapy sauna session, with a venik massage
• $175 ($455 value) for two laser hair-removal treatments on any area
"This was by far the most enjoyable pampering experience I've had! The staff was incredibly professional and kind, making the treatments both relaxing and comfortable ... There isn't a thing I would change. It was amazing!!"
- LivingSocial Member
A Spa Day You Won't Soon Forget
What are you feeling in the mood for? Perhaps a facial? Or a massage? With $100 to spend on any spa service, you can take your pick, and get the service of your choice at a significant savings. For those with an adventurous spirit when it comes to their relaxation, the aromtherapy sauna session and venik massage are a clear choice. Venik -- a fragrant bundle of birch or oak leaves and twigs -- is reputed to have deep therapeutic powers, and will be fluttered and pressed against your body by a therapist just like it is in Russia as you warm up in the sauna. Or, if you're looking for smooth, touchable skin, go for laser hair-removal treatments with the GentleMax Pro system. With so many great options, the choice is yours, and you can't go wrong.
PAID VALUE EXPIRES ON April 30, 2022
PROMOTIONAL VALUE EXPIRES ON November 1, 2014