Get a manicure and pedicure at Serenity for R99 (save 60%)
- Save 60% on a manicure and pedicure
- Friendly and professional beauty therapists
- Groupon redeemable for up to 12 months
- Groupon only issued and valid once deals closes
- Booking essential
- One usable Groupon per person
- Manicure and pedicure doesn’t include nail varnish (colour/French tips)
Most people own a pair of the world’s hardest working tools, your hands and feet. They often get neglected but do extraordinary things for us, from writing out 1000 page documents because your computer crashed, to walking that 42km marathon, and even toe wrestling. They’re the little worker bees of our body and need to be appreciated. With today’s Groupon you can show these hard workers just how much you appreciate them by getting a manicure and pedicure at Serenity, Hair, Nails and Beauty salon for R99. Best you get them there before they call the hand ‘n feet workers union.
The beauty therapists at Serenity understand just how hard your hands and feet work and this ensures that they give these hard working appendages the necessary attention they long for. They may not be as large as your back but they still deserve a rejuvenating massage that can transport you to a world of relaxation, a world filled with butterflies that befriend unicorns, whilst making these remarkable appendages feel loved once more.
The therapists begin by soaking the hands and feet and then gently exfoliate the skin to remove any lurking dead skin cells. Your nails won’t need a crash diet as the therapists perfectly shape and shine them before they tenderly massage and whisper sweet words of love to them. They empty almost 100 bottles of moisturiser onto the skin and massage it through, then repeat the process another twelve times, ensuring that your hands and feet remain moisturised long after you’ve walked out the door.
You don’t need a French tip or fancy colour on your nails to make them look amazing, a classic nude look will be the perfect addition to any outfit. After a trip to Serenity for a manicure and pedicure you’ll stop using your face as a profile picture and use every possible opportunity to show off your hands and feet.
Beauty fact: The first beauty therapist Aniala Fotar started out as a vet. In her free time she'd groom the nails of dogs. After years as a closet doggy groomer, she decided that dog's best friend could do with some grooming too. She then went on to start the very first human beauty therapy salon.