Pay R170 for a Dermalogica Microzone treatment with a short back and neck Massage at Crystal Clear Skin Care (save 62%)
- A great place to relax and unwind
- Professional and friendly staff
- Groupon valid from Mon - Fri
- Bookings essential
Everyone would like clear and healthy looking skin. However, impurities like dirt, make up and last night’s spaghetti sauce have a way of getting stuck in your pores. Clear your skin and leave it looking refreshed with today’s Groupon – pay R450 for a Dermalogica Microzone treatment, and a short back and neck massage at Crystal Clear Skin Care.
As the name suggests, Crystal Clear Skin Care, aims to leave your skin looking revitalised and clear of any unnecessary blemishes that may make you gasp when you look in the mirror. This is all thanks to the healing power of the therapists’ hands and the Dermalogica Microzone treatment.
The Dermalogica Microzone is made up of two options: flash exfoliation which resurfaces the skin, resulting in increased radiance and glow; or the rapid clearing treatment which targets spots directly and effectively. This means that you can choose exactly what you feel your skin needs. Though if you are unsure of what your problem area is, the therapists at Crystal Clear will be more than happy to give you their opinion on just how to remove all that spaghetti sauce off your face.
What makes this deal even more attractive (like your soon to be clear skin) is a short yet ultra-relaxing neck and back massage. Again, the hands of the therapists become miracle makers and help to relieve your neck and back of all the stress caused by constantly facing dirty pores in the mirror. Before leaving, you will receive a sample of the product to try and re-create your Crystal Clear Skin Care experience at home. However, the product is only one part of the experience – the therapist’s magic touch is vital to complete the experience.
Clearest fact: The Tango was actually invented in a spa in Italy during the 80’s. A famous dancer went to this spa for a facial and was treated by a therapist with a cold. The quick dodging movements of the therapist inspired the dancer to invent the Tango. The therapist’s name was Tammy Tango.