Protecting yourself from the sun and eating right can help prevent wrinkles, but nothing can stop Mother Nature from smooshing your face together while you sleep. Reverse her wrinkly wrath with today's Groupon to Dr. Beautiful in Fayetteville, Tennessee. Choose from the following options:
- For $50, you get a Blue Peel Radiance (a $100 value).
- For $125, you get an Isolaz-laser skin treatment (a $250 value).
- For $150, you get a Clear and Brilliant laser skin treatment (a $300 value).
An experienced, board-certified physician, Dr. Stephanie Gafford leads a friendly, professional staff in a wide range of cosmetic dermatology services, including laser treatments and chemical peels. The Blue Peel Radiance instantly helps skin glow and tightens expression lines formed from years of squinting, laughing, and worrying about whether food has been on the ground too long to eat. This quick in-office procedure leaves skins beaming with little to no down-time.
The noninvasive Isolaz-laser treatment combines vacuuming action with broadband light to buff out blemishes and help clear acne. Safe for all skin types, Isolaz penetrates deep into pores for maximum sub-surface purification with virtually no downtime. Alternatively, Clear and Brilliant laser treatments scan the skin's surface with a mild laser that works to replace dead and damaged skin with new, healthy tissue. Unlike the results garnered from never smiling, both laser treatments take 45-miniutes.
Dr. Beautiful's board-certified physician, Dr. Stephanie Gafford, embraces both the latest in aesthetic medicine and powerful natural approaches to beauty. She uses technology, such as ablative and nonablative Fraxel lasers, Liposonix ultrasonic energy, and Thermage radio frequency, to custom craft treatment plans that slim waists and fade wrinkles, acne, and skin discoloration. Dr. Gafford also beautifies clients with skincare products such as skin-lightening Obagi-C Rx serum, Jane Iredale mineral makeup, and Oxygenetix breathable foundation, whose formula acts as a second skin to cover up scars and marks resulting from nuzzling pet porcupines.