It’s time for an about-face.SCRUBCherry Blossom FacialWhat: Force an early bloom with this antioxidant-rich, cherry-themed glycolic scrub, mineral mask, hand massage, and foot rub ($99 when you mention DailyCandy).Why: Request pro aesthetician Donna for the ultimate 50-minute treatment.When: Mon.-Fri., 9 a.m.-9 p.m.; Sat., 8:30 a.m.-7 p.m.; Sun., 11 a.m.-7 p.m.Where: The Spa at The Sports Club/LA, 1170 22nd St. NW, b/t New Hampshire Ave. NW & M St. (202-974-6601).TRYD.C. Metro Chocolate TourWhat: A two-hour neighborhood stroll and history lesson packed with cocoa drinks, truffles, and cooking demos.Why: Stops at sweet spots like Hello Cupcake, ACKC, and Biagio Fine Chocolates.When: Whenever you crave it.Where: Tickets ($48) online at tasteofchocolate.com.SORTWardrobe Consulting and Closet OrganizingWhat: Rachel Strisik (she’s worked with Stacy London) sorts through your clothes, shoes, and accessories to get your look and life together ($65 and up).Why: She provides space-saving hangers or storage bags for the stuff you’re keeping and helps you sell or donate the rest.When: Spring into action now while she’s offering 20 percent off her services.Where: Call 202-669-3719 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for an appt.ENVYD.C. Design HouseWhat: Support the Children’s National Medical Center by touring the handiwork of local interior designers in a 1920s Forest Hills house.Why: Rooms by Liz Levin, Iantha Carley, Whitney Stewart, Erin Paige Pitts, and others.When: Sat.-May 8. Tues.-Fri., 10 a.m.-3 p.m.; Sat. & Sun., noon-5 p.m. Where: 3134 Ellicott St. NW, at 32nd St. Tickets ($20) online at dcdesignhouse.com.Photo: ZenShui / Laurence Mouton / Getty ImagesUp to 65% off Isabel Lu and Kenneth Jay LaneYou don’t have time to wander museums and ponder impressionist paintings. Instead, set dramatic floral baubles atop watercolor frocks and be your own little work of art. Both are up to 65% off on our sample sale site.