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Facelogic Makes Facials More Affordable

If you aren't able to take advantage of this Exhale Spa deal, fear not! Another affordable spa option may be in your future. Facelogic is a chain of franchised spas with surprisingly reasonable prices on facials, waxing, and other esthetic mainstays. Fifty-minute facials start at $49, but are discounted if you sign up for a year's worth in advance. Despite the low prices, this isn't a bottom-of-the-barrel operation: spa estheticians use high-end product lines such as MD Skincare, Peter Thomas Roth, and Sue Devitt in their treatments.

I haven't had the chance to stop by Facelogic, but these reviews are all glowing — so I'd love to know if any of you have had a similar experience. There are dozens of locations in the States and Canada, with 62 more scheduled to open in the next few years.

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dragonmama dragonmama 8 years
I belonged to the Southlake, TX Facelogic spa for 8 months and loved it. Then, it CLOSED DOWN! They still owed me a May facial. I contacted corporate several times and they gave me NO HELP getting my money back. They told me they contacted the old owner, but I never heard from anyone. They did tell me the owner closed down because he is very sick. They have now reopened in the same spot, new owner and Corporate still hasn't come through for me. I have written them off. You would think for $39, Corporate could have come through with a gift certificate for a facial at another of their locations. Instead they generated a lot of ill will. So, buyer beware. If you show up for your facial one day and they are CLOSED, Corporate will not make it good.
cherry2 cherry2 8 years
I am a facelogic member and it is great! Most people think that facials are just for special treats--but you really see improvement in your skin when you commit to taking care of it. Plus--it is an awesome and relaxing experience just for me once a month!!!
lizlee89 lizlee89 8 years
I've heard legends of Facelogic facials - but have never had the $ to spend - now I will totally check it out...
Sassypantalones Sassypantalones 8 years
I went to a Facelogic about a month ago in Reno, NV. It was their opening event and my mom and I had a two for one coupon (that's right, two facials for $49!)! In my opinion, we got we paid for. The one thing I definitely disliked was the sales pitch as the beginning, during the facial, and at the end. If I had the money to get monthly facials this would definitely be nice, but for me facials are reserved for 2-4 times a year which means I really like to feel the luxury and I don't think I got the full effect here. On the positive side of things, my skin did feel better after, and the aesthetician knew her stuff, also they offer almost every service imagineable you can just pick and choose from their menu. I would recommend trying it out at least once or twice before signing up for the year long membership.
Francoisehardly Francoisehardly 8 years
They're going to have in two places across the river from here. Hopefully we'll get at least one on this side.
nomerz nomerz 8 years
We have a FaceLogic in Colorado and they are awesome. For $39 a month I can get a 50-minute facial done at an even better quality than at the spa by my house. I'm hooked.
JaimeLeah526 JaimeLeah526 8 years
Sounds like heaven. I could really use a facial, especially a 50 minute one.
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