Beauty sometimes requires assistance, which is why celebrities have personal stylists and a lot of the most famous constellations are actually CGI. Look like a star with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $115 for a microcurrent body-sculpting treatment with ultrasonic liposuction for the stomach (a $250 value)
- $115 for a microcurrent body-sculpting treatment with ultrasonic liposuction for the love handles or lower stomach (a $249 value)
- $125 for a microcurrent body-sculpting treatment with ultrasonic liposuction for the front and back of the legs (a $275 value)
- $125 for a microcurrent body-sculpting treatment with ultrasonic liposuction for the buttocks (a $275 value)
After a complimentary consultation, a technician applies the conducting wands of a noninvasive microcurrent machine to specific acupuncture points on the body. The low-level electrical current is designed to tone muscles, tighten loose skin, reduce wrinkles, and fade stretch marks over the course of each one-hour treatment. Though clients typically notice a loss of up to 2.5 inches from the abdomen after one microcurrent treatment, continued sessions are necessary to maintain results.
Using ultrasonic equipment and computerized radio frequency, a technician cracks fat cells’ membranes and turns them into liquid, which the body disposes of through lymphatic drainage and other natural processes. In addition to melting away fat, ultrasonic liposuction also tightens skin and improves tone through a process called collagenesis.
Michigan Beauty Institute
The team at Michigan Beauty Institute, which is affiliated with Clyde Park Chiropractic, focuses on noninvasive therapies that leave skin looking younger. Microcurrent facials stimulate muscles and surrounding tissues, and ultrasonic and radio-frequency liposuction treatments break down fat and cellulite. The crew also offers elastin-infusion therapy, a cosmetic procedure that was originally used to help wounded soldiers heal more quickly and with less scarring. The cell-renewal therapy is designed to turn back the hands of time by up to two years, or the average duration of a microdermabrasion treatment on the Statue of Liberty.