One or Three Organic Facials at Spa Namaste at Richmond Hill Natural Therapies (Up to 70% Off)
- Pay: $35
- Value: $100
- Savings: $65
Three types of organic facials aim to soothe, hydrate, and refresh skin
Limit 2 per person. Valid only for option purchased. Appointment required. Must be used by the same person.
Your face is the first thing people notice about you and the first thing they'll describe to the police after you open all their mail. Make a lasting impression with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
$35 for one 60-minute organic facial (a $100 value)
$89 for any combination of three 60-minute organic facials (a $300 value)
You have a choice of three facials:
Super-hydrating rose-serum facial uses rose oil, serum, and mask to hydrate and repair skin
Man’s extreme-clean facial targets skin irritated by shaving or ingrown hairs to leave skin clean and refreshed
Herbal hipster anti-ager utilizes 100 per cent organic herbal products to nourish and soften faces for younger-looking skin
All facials include a cleansing, steaming, exfoliation, massage, eye treatment, and moisturizer.
Spa Namaste at Richmond Hill Natural Therapies
At Spa Namaste at Richmond Hill Natural Therapies the scent of aromatherapy oils wafts through the air in and around tropical plants and fireplaces, all arranged according to the principles of feng shui. This design is intended to create a relaxing and positive environment for clients. As music plays, the team of massage therapists, chiropractors, and naturopathic doctors steps in to help clients feel at ease during services that range from organic facials to acupuncture and nutritional counseling. Its colon hydrotherapy sessions allow bodies to purge unwanted toxins, impurities, and old love letters in a serene setting. Massage therapies include lomi hawaiian-temple bodywork, which utilizes long, flowing strokes, and Thai massage, a therapy that combines yoga and Ayurveda. Other treatments include craniosacral therapy, which aims to improve how the central nervous system functions, ensuring that humans don’t try to eat with their ears or hear with their mouths.