false advertising galore, NOT a professional spa.
I had a voucher for a 30-minute deep tissue massage, a full-body exfoliating treatment, microdermabrasion treatment, and a 'wellness consultation.' Told that "an experienced massage therapist will relieve those painful knots," I was quite irked to learn that my therapist clearly hadn't a day of training in massage therapy, making superficial hand gestures that were less eventful for my bodily tensions than a hot bath. But not to outdo herself, she then proceeded to perform the promised "full-body exfoliating treatment" -- merely a quick application of a store-bought body scrub, which I then showered off. But before showering, I had my microderm, and despite the therapist insisting otherwise, she ignored all parts of my face save my forehead. As a man whose skin gets beaten up from daily shaving, my forehead is the *least* of my concerns. And to top it all off, they didn't even bother with the promised 'wellness consultation.'
Despite this spa's claims that its services are under the supervision of experienced physicians and nutritionists, it was clear that the woman servicing me (who barely spoke English, so likely an illegal immigrant working under the table) hadn't the slightest clue what she was doing. NEVER go here.
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