Massage Envy facials can help you head back to school with clearer skin

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Want to look your best when you head back to school? Start now with a skin evaluation and healthy skin facial at Bel Air News & Views sponsor Massage Envy. Ending acne starts with a professional facial and skin consultation with a licensed aesthetician. Massage Envy’s Clarifying Enzyme Acne Facial uses specially formulated Murad® products to improve skin clarity, reduce blemishes and soothe inflammation. The treatment will cleanse, calm and accelerate the skin’s clarifying process whether you’re dealing with occasional hormonal breakouts or severe acne. The precise combination of exfoliating natural fruit enzymes, antiseptics, antioxidants and hydrating agents opens clogged pores for deep cleansing and extraction without irritation. You can continue the treatment at home with the Acne Complex Kit available at Massage Envy.

 

The Clarifying Enzyme Acne Facial is one of four facial treatments now offered at Massage Envy. The others are the  Environmental Shield Vitamin C, Anti-Aging or Sensitive Skin.

 

Massage Envy members now have the option to get either a facial or a massage each month. A Massage Envy membership costs $59 a month and includes a customized massage every month (or a facial for $10 more). If you don’t use your monthly visit, you can roll it over and use it later. You get family add-on specials, additional massages and facials at the low membership rate. You can also earn free massages and upgrades along with retail discounts.

Massage Envy‘s Bel Air location is in the Bel Air Plaza at 591 Baltimore Pike next to the Mars grocery store. Call 410-420-7770.

 

ABOUT MASSAGE ENVY:

Massage Envy is the largest provider and franchisor of therapeutic massage and spa services in the United States.  Founded in 2002, Massage Envy has 765 locations in 44 states, with new centers opening every month.  In the greater Baltimore/Washington, D.C. area, there are 30 Massage Envy centers serving approximately 45,000 members.

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This post was sponsored by Massage Envy.

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