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Spa at Equinox Introduces Pumpkin Enzyme Facial

Photo: The Spa at Equinox
Photo: The Spa at Equinox

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Now through the end of the month, The Spa at Equinox will be offering a new seasonal treatment, the pumpkin enzyme facial. You might associate pumpkin with pies and lattes, but pumpkin is actually an incredibly effective way to improve your skin. It contains enzymes and introduces glycolic acid to the skin, dissolving the sugars that bind dead skin cells together. Move over pumpkin spice. It's all about pumpkin enzymes.

The facial uses natural pumpkin enzymes, honey, and green tea to gently exfoliate the skin. The 50-minute treatment ($175) is followed by a hydrating pumpkin mask which protects against free-radical damage, brightens skin tone, improves elasticity, and hydrates. This facial will leave your skin soft, glowing, with a smoother more refined texture. The treatment is available at two city locations: 900 N. Michigan Avenue and 1750 N. Clark Street in Lincoln Park.
· The Spa at Equinox [Official Site]
· Beauty Beat [Racked Chicago]

Spa at Equinox

900 N Michigan Ave, Chicago, IL 60611