Discover Health and Beauty in Gilbert at Mary Lynn's




Claiming health and beauty as her passion, Mary Lynn, owner of Mary Lynn's Massage & Day Spa, served as a nurse for 25 years before opening her spa in Gilbert. Lynn is a licensed massage therapist and esthetician, specializing in 15 types of massage, skin care services, spa treatments, weight-loss strategies and cellulite reduction programs, as well as lymphatic drainage and detoxification regimes.

Spa services offered include sea salt scrubs, mineral body wraps, mud wraps, seaweed wraps, ear candling and tanning. The spa also offers an all-mineral body wrap for enhanced weight loss. Lynn reports that people can lose 20 to 40 inches of body fat in just one wrap and that the treatment actually breaks down body fat, not water weight.

Mary Lynn's Massage & Day Spa features skin care services such as microdermabrasion, non-surgical face-lifts, wrinkle reduction, adult and teenage facials, chemical peels and waxing.

Location: 139 East Williams Field Rd., Ste. 110, Gilbert. For current specials and for more information, call 480-857-8084 or visit MaryLynnsDaySpa.com.

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