Groupon Deals of the Day: Facials and Tea

by Laura on September 9, 2010

There are lots of great Groupon deals you can do no matter where you live. When you get on the Groupon page, just select the city you need from the drop down box to get your deal!

The deal from Hampton Roads today is for $30, you can choose from one of three facial treatments (a $65 value) at Renaissance Salon & Spa on Great Neck Road in Virginia Beach. Here is the description (because there is no way I could be more creative): “three potential facials await unscrubbed visages: the first offered is a European seaweed facial bathes mugs in a mask of milk and honey, then scrubs them clean with a nutritious seaweed massage before concluding with another mask, leaving skin radiant, with an aquatic glimmer that combats the bummer effect of undersea predators. Or, dry or sun-damaged flesh feels fresher after a renewal facial, which employs the hydroxy acids of weeds from French oceans to exfoliate and rejuvenate worn-out skin (for best results, a course of six treatments is recommended). Finally, an Asian, honey, and cucumber facial, which combines natural honey with a fresh, vitamin C-rich cucumber mask, battles skin cell zombies while promoting healing and reducing dark spots.”

If you are a coffee lover, the deal for Richmond is good today as well. For $12, you get $24 worth of coffee, tea, and more at Rostov’s Coffee & Tea.

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