Like an acrylic bathtub, improperly maintained skin can wind up dull, cracked, and littered with derelict rubber duckies. Rejuvenate surfaces with today's Groupon to Physician for Living. Choose between the following options:
- For $119, you get 20 units of Botox (a $240 value).
- For $99, you get 50 units of Dysport (a $200 value).
Dr. Brent Larsen smoothes furrowed faces with professionally administered Botox and Dysport injections. Before the epidermal ironing, Dr. Larsen thoroughly discusses each course of treatment with clients, helping to target specific fine lines and wrinkles. Both Botox and Dysport work by blocking facial nerve impulses, with results lasting up to four months. Botox steamrolls lines between the eyebrows, on the forehead, or around the corners of the eyes where the face’s reaction to spilt milk is most apparent, and Dysport treats the moderate to severe frown lines between the eyebrows with a single injection into five points. As they await their treatments, guests can relax in the clinic's chic, rustic-tinged interior replete with leather furniture, earthen tones, and wood-paneled walls that reflect handsomely off the gleaming, burnished tile floor.
SLC Med Spa
Anyone who's completed four full Ironman triathlons must know a thing or two about staying in shape. Add to that the fact that Dr. Brent Larsen is board certified by the American Board of Obesity Medicine and has studied the field since 2010, and it's clear why people trust his clinic to provide weight-loss and aesthetic services at SLC Med Spa. The clinic's weight-loss methods are based on scientific testing of the client's metabolism and body composition, a practice that allows the staff of certified personal trainers to draw up meal plans and recommend supplements with greater accuracy than if they were basing their advice on a horoscope stained with meat sauce. On occasion, CoolSculpting provides a machine-assisted boost by crystallizing fat cells with targeted cooling. Peels and injectables such as Botox and Dysport put the finishing touches on complexions as they smooth away blemishes and iron out wrinkles.
Although clients are often there for their own good, the center doesn't feel like somewhere you'd visit as a chore. As guests await their treatments, they watch a flat-screen TV in a waiting room replete with leather furniture, earthen tones, and wood-paneled walls that reflect handsomely off the burnished tile floor.