Pay R80 for a 1 hour full body aromatherapy massage worth R400 at Purple Fly (save 80%)
- Save 80% on a a full body aromatherapy massage
- Sophisticated yet warm and inviting salon
- Buy as many Groupons as you like
- Highly skilled therapists
- Ideal as a gift or a treat for yourself
- Feel pretty and relaxed
- Groupon redeemable for up to 6 months
- Redemption only on presentation of printed Groupon
- Groupon only issued and valid once deal closes
Every colour of the rainbow represents a different mood. Blue is synonymous with tranquillity and very bad days of the week, yellow is the colour of sunshine and happiness and green represents growth in nature and growth on the two-week old tomato slice sitting in the fridge. Purple on the other hand, is the prettiest colour of all, symbolising pure joy and total relaxation. Experience the bliss of the colour purple first hand with today’s Groupon: A 60 minute full body aromatherapy massage for R80 at Purple Fly.
Staying true to the majestic qualities of purple, a massage at Purple fly is nothing short of a royal treatment. Whether it’s something blue, something red, or an unidentified mish-mash of stress and worry blurring your vision, a 60 minute full body aromatherapy massage Purple Fly therapist is sure to put colour back where it belongs: in your cheeks. At only R80 it’s tempting to stock up on these Groupons and keep a stash in your desk drawer, under the bread bin and in your car’s cubbyhole: close at hand for when desperation and stress strike.
A sophisticated yet comfortable sanctuary in cosmopolitan Brooklyn, The Purple Fly Beauty Salon carries every tired, stressed and fed-up guest on their well-manicured hands. No matter how heavy your burden, their strong upper body muscles can bear that too, before chucking it in the place where stress goes to die. Camouflaging the latest technology in warmth and sweet smelling lotions, every Purple Fly session is designed to restore balance in your life and refill your little yellow paint can. Though you might enter as a housefly, you’ll leave a graceful butterfly with pretty toes and not a single knot in your wings.
Fly fact: The longest living housefly in the world is named Reggie. In 1976 Reggie met Stevie Mackintosh on a fishing trip. Just as Stevie was about to put Reggie on his fishing hook, their eyes met. From that day forward they were best friends. Today Stevie is a dedicated fly activist, demanding that flies be allowed to dine at restaurants without fearing for their lives.