Lookbooker App Review [Sponsored]

Recently, I had the opportunity to try the Lookbooker app, which is essentially Open Table but for salons and spas.  Overall, I had a great experience and definitely appreciate the convenience factor of being able to book appointments, see reviews, and even pay through the app (including tip!).  Right now, they have a bunch of locations in NYC (I think they say they have 400+ on the app), which makes it easy to find one that’s in a convenient location.

Marie-Lou & D

I booked an express facial with Marie-Lou & D through the app based on the reviews and convenient location in Soho.  I received a few text reminders before my appointment, which is always nice because that means I don’t have to dig through my phone for the location info.  My experience was very nice and my esthetician was clearly experienced.  We started with an exfoliating scrub, followed by a mask, and ended with some moisturizing lotions and serums.

She recommended the following products to me and I think after I get through some of my existing products, I might give them a try!  I was particularly fond of the glycolic acid mask, which felt effective but still gentle (no burning, stinging, or dryness!)

Click through on the products to check them out and try your own at-home facial!

There is one drawback I want to mention.  For those who are budget conscious, I didn’t see a way to filter the service by price.  While I’m sure there were a mix of high and lower-priced services, you have to click through every spa/salon to identify this.

Lookbooker app interface

Lookbooker app filtering feature

Other than that, I definitely recommend giving it a try!  And book through https://www.lookbooker.co/r/jenny395 for $10 off your first service. 🙂


Jenn Signature

Post sponsored by: Lookbooker

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