The majority of real-life lasers are productive members of society, contrary to their negative Hollywood portrayals as family shrinkers and stealers of guns' jobs. Discover the truth with today's Groupon to Larson Family Medicine & Medical Aesthetics in Burien. Choose between the following options:
- For $139, you get five laser hair removals on a medium body area (up to a $3,000 value).
- For $199, you get five laser hair removals on a large body area (up to a $6,000 value).
- For $299, you get one year of unlimited laser hair removal on one large body area or three medium body areas (up to a $6,400 value).
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Expert medical aestheticians free bodies from the fuzzy clutches of unwanted body hair using an advanced low-heat Alma Laser 650. Pulsed light targets the dark-pigmented core of hair follicles, preventing wisps from growing into curmudgeonly curls. The laser operates at a much lower heat level to lessen the discomfort associated with other treatments, and the duration of the procedure can be as short as 10 minutes for medium areas. With the unlimited option, patients can visit the family practice every six to eight weeks, with best results occurring after approximately four sessions. Like making "pyew pyew" noises when shooting at someone with your fingers, scheduling an initial consultation is required.
Larson Family Medicine & Medical Aesthetics
With 25 years of professional practice, board-certified nurse practitioner Margaret L. Larson recently expanded Larson Family Medicine & Medical Aesthetics to include cosmetic procedures performed in a medically sound environment. Margaret and the rest of the licensed staff smooth away wrinkles with injections of Botox and Juvéderm and improve epidermal appearances with laser devices developed by Alma Lasers. Patients can also visit the center for laser hair reduction, skin rejuvenation, skin-tightening and resurfacing treatments, and varicose- and spider-vein removal.
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