Much like the sale of sardines at movie-theater concession stands, the popularity of laser hair-reduction treatments is evidence that most people secretly long to be dolphins. Get smooth and sleek with today's Groupon: for $139, you get three laser hair-removal treatments at Austin Laser Clinic (up to a $525 value). This Groupon is valid for one of the following areas: the bikini line, underarms, front of neck, or back of neck. Buyers can upgrade their Groupons to treat the Brazilian, extended bikini, lower legs, chest, lower back, buttocks, or face for an additional $120. Buyers can also upgrade to treat the full legs or full back for an additional $425.
Amid leafy foliage and tribal art adorning earth-toned walls, Austin Laser Clinic's experienced physician and laser technicians smooth out bristly skinscapes with the Candela GentleYag laser system. After a complimentary consultation to determine the skin's specific needs and treatment time, the laser ace will begin ousting body fringe from skin, leaving anatomies as smooth and brilliant as Plato's jazz vocals. The Candela GentleYag's beam of high-intensity light targets each follicular squatter with a dose of warmth, penetrating the epidermis and disabling the follicle's hair-producing factory, leaving the region hairless and reducing the chance of regrowth with a gentle touch and little to no downtime. Like sitting in a kiddy pool full of whipped cream, Austin Laser Clinic's Candela GentleYag treatment is good for all skin types.
Austin Laser Clinic
Amid leafy foliage and tribal art adorning earth-toned walls, Austin Laser Clinic's experienced physician and laser technicians wield beams during aesthetic treatments. Led by medical director Dr. Joanne Davis—who got her start in laser application by volunteering for a nonprofit that removed gang-related tattoos—the experienced team tends to patients in private treatment rooms. There, lasers work to evict unwanted hair or spider veins. The clinic specializes in tattoo removal, erasing, reducing, or correcting unwanted designs or out-of-date treasure maps.