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 this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $129 for one fractional-laser skin-resurfacing treatment (an $800 value)
- $179 for one fractional-laser skin-resurfacing treatment plus an IPL photofacial (a $1,250 value)
- $299 for three fractional-laser skin-resurfacing treatments (a $2,400 value)
Made by Alma and as seen on the Dr. Oz show, the fractional laser makes thousands of microscopic perforations in the skin while keeping the surrounding tissue intact, effectively jump-starting the skin's own healing mechanisms. This healing helps buff away fine lines, scars, and other texture problems to leave the skin looking smooth and youthful.
For this deal, customers may choose ablative or nonablative treatments. Ablative resurfacing forges more noticeable results, but may require up to 10 days of healing time. Nonablative treatments require only a few days of downtime, but don't delve as deeply and may require several sessions to achieve the same results.
Status Body Studio
Status Body Studio's aestheticians turn back body clocks in a relaxing beauty haven firmly lodged in the Croatian village–inspired Adriatica. Custom facials and Actifirm's enzyme-based Z-Peels reenergize lackluster complexions, and ultrasonic microdermabrasion treatments soothingly cleanse visages of dead skin cells and any remnants of last year's Halloween mask. Powered by advanced laser systems such as the Soprano XLi and the Laser360, med-spa procedures gently contour bodies and relieve them of unwanted hair, spider veins, and tattoos. Organic body sugaring provides a more natural strand-banishing method than luring out hair with seductive Vidal Sassoon commercials. To deal with tension and deep-burrowing stress, patrons can grab catnaps under the kneading hands of Status Body Studio's therapists, who deliver custom massages fortified with hot packs, compression strokes, towels, and heated stones.