Groupon 20% off in Facial Microdermabrasion Treatment

Beautiful Life

Good morning.  It is sunny Saturday.

Thanks to the Citi 100,000 AA miles bonus spending requirement, I have been motivated to look into Groupon, Livingsocial and Travelzoo to book travel-alternative discounted local deals with high Yelp reviews, to enhance our life experience at very affordable price.   The not-so-fun part is that I spent more than two hours to learn about new topic (such as facial treatment) and to read Yelp reviews to identify who are likely the best local shops for the services we want.  The good news is that next time booking will be much simpler.

Yesterday, another 20% off (this time, non-transferrable) promotion for Groupon Local Deals (with my referral link, thank you) came,

Isa has not had one from a professional for 6 months.  How about a facial treatment?  A good facial treatment in a private room typically costs $100, according to a friend of ours who is a licensed skin care professional.   Based on Yelp reviews and Groupon local deal proximity for facial treatment, I bought a Groupon voucher with 20% discount for Microdermabrasion facial treatment. (Search for "microdermabrasion" in  This is one modern facial treatment technology.  Another objective is to try out his local service.

from Reju Beauty Spa

There are non-Groupon facial treatment service providers which seem promising to be our local choices, based on their Yelp reviews and pricing.

20% discount from Groupon and livingsocial seem to last only a couple days, and sometimes one-day only.  Next time, I'd identify who the best local service providers are for our needs (for example, massage, facial treatment), come up with a candidate list first, then start looking into Groupon and

I am going to SFO to pick up Isa this afternoon, and look forward to share with her about Microdermabrasion.  I believe she would be more impressed about my learning of facial treatment than the coupon itself, because she knows I am an old-style guy who used to call these extravagant expenses, i.e. something not necessary. :-]  

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