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Gone are the days when a bottle of Sea Breeze, two cotton balls and a couple of cucumbers constituted a skin care “regimen.”

Not only have we grown up, but we now realize there are so many new technologies and products for not just turning back the clock, but throwing it from atop Reunion Tower, running downstairs and making sure it’s run over by a hansom cab and pooped on by the horse. (Seriously though, we’re not that concerned about aging.)

But if “hypothetically” we were to be worried about those extra lines and wrinkles, we’d want to go someplace special. The kind of place that celebrities flock to when they’re in town. A spa so deluxe that we never have to worry about the paparazzi dropping in to snap pictures of us with seaweed masks on our faces then selling the photos to Perez Hilton to draw something nasty dripping out of our mouths.

For starters, you have to have an appointment just to get through the locked door (and escorted by security at that). Exclusivity? We love it! (And, by the way, this is the home to the ultra-indulgent $600 facial that combines 7 age-defying techniques into one amazing two-hour experience).

If this sounds like the kind of star treatment you deserve, then Renée Rouleau’s new One Arts Plaza location is just the sanctuary you and your skin need for a complete rehabilitation.

And hard as we may try, no amount of hyperbole or praise can do justice to the luxurious experience of a genuinely therapeutic, transformative facial.

No matter which treatment you select, the aesthetician (or Renée herself if you want the very best) will analyze your skin and create a facial exclusively for your needs. The procedures are as relaxing and rejuvenating as a massage, except you’ll walk out with a healthy glow and younger looking skin.

Now that’s what we call a happy ending.

Renée Rouleau Skin Care Spa
One Arts Plaza
1722 Routh Street, Suite 113, Dallas
Call (214) 735-4364 to speak to the spa’s exclusive concierge
www.reneerouleau.com

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