I like a little bit of pampering, and as I’ve gotten older I need to work at my youthful look a little bit harder! It doesn’t seem that long ago I was the one always being asked for ID to get into clubs. I hasten to add that only last year when I was in my scruffs I did get asked if I was 25 in Morrisons to buy a bottle of wine. With three kids in tow I did wonder whether that particular cashier had had her training in asking sensible questions – especially as my oldest daughter is quite definitely above 10 herself.
However the little lines are appearing around the eyes and I wear more make up now than ever before to hopefully still look youthful (ish). This is why I just adore Groupon. This year I have bagged myself some great beauty treatments. This week I tried a 60 Minutes Dermalogica Facial Plus Hydro-Dermabrasion Treatment for £19 which was heavenly, it promised to blast away my wrinkles and hydrate my skin. It has certainly felt refreshed and soft since. One of the best aspects of groupon is that I like being able to try new treatments at knock down prices. Chloe also recently benefited from a hair cut at a local top salon and my best friend and me booked ourselves a lovely spa day last month.
I have also used groupon to have a couple of my favourite pictures of Erin turned into black and white canvasses. I am also in the process of making a photobook. I wanted to create a book of her hip and spica journey. One of the blessings of her treatment whilst so young is that she won’t be able to remember it although of course she will always have her scars. The photobook will help her understand the past year and I am sure will become a a great show and tell in future years.
Groupon offers all these treats and goods at really competitive prices, the treats are local to you and you simply receive the email about your chosen city. Do you check yours? I would love to know what you have used groupon for.
Disclosure, I was gifted a groupon voucher for this review.
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