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Those suffering from dull complexions, aching muscles and tattered toenails should stop and make an appointment — now. It’s Spa Week again, and 11 Brooklyn pampering emporiums are offering several services for the rock-bottom price of 50 bucks, from April 14 through April 20.

Among the participating spas are Magnolia Beauty Spa in Williamsburg, which is offering an hour-long, mouth-watering blueberry scrub with body massage; Bruno Salon and Spa in Bay Ridge, promising to rid unwanted hair from underarms, chin or sideburns with laser hair removal; and Park Slope’s Element Beauty Lounge, with an hour-long, green tea hot creme manicure and pedicure.

Most of the spas are offering full-length services at the cut-rate price in order to entice first-time customers to give pampering a try.

“We don’t want the public to be intimidated by luxury,” said Bruno Grillo, proprietor of Bruno Salon and Spa. “Our message is that you don’t have to be a millionaire to come in and get a treatment.”

Participating spas are taking reservations now. For a complete list, visit www.spaweek.org.

Updated 5:06 pm, July 9, 2018
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