Taking care of one’s skin leads to a steady stream of compliments, just like hanging out with Grandma’s knitting group. Maintain your compliment maker with today's Groupon: for $99, you get one 30-minute noninvasive sclerotherapy session at Couture Laser & Skin, valid at the Exton, King of Prussia, and Kennett Square locations (a $300 value).
Under the guidance of founder Dr. Anshul Gambhir, Couture Laser & Skin's certified physicians exterminate pesky spider veins with noninvasive sclerotherapy treatments. During the roughly 30-minute session, a steady handed medical professional uses a beam of light to target the skin scribbles without harming the surrounding epidermis or any miniature planets orbiting patients' heads. The powerful beams are also equipped with a built-in cooling device, which, along with an optional topical anesthetic, helps to ease the discomfort associated with ridding legs, faces, and other bodily areas of unwanted dermal arachnids. The procedure results in virtually no downtime, enabling patients to immediately sweep away Charlotte's web and break the news to Wilbur as soon as they get home. For optimal results, Couture's skin specialists recommend two treatments for facial veins. Although some clients may notice results with one treatment, up to six treatments may be needed for leg veins.
Couture Laser & Skin
Couture Laser & Skin’s founder and director, Dr. Anshul Gambhir, received his medical training at the renowned Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. With his team of aestheticians, he has performed more than 100,000 nonsurgical, cutting-edge cosmetic procedures, ranging from chemical peels to permanent makeup. To diminish wrinkles, he uses dermal fillers or CO2 lasers that resurface skin as they tighten it, and micro-incision liposuction allows him to sculpt and contour bodies without a single surgical stitch or shrink ray. He also harnesses the radiofrequency energy of the Thermage device and uses it to rebuild and remodel collagen, and he scares away unwanted hair with FDA-approved lasers.