Exfoliation may uncover hidden facial secrets as it buffs away skin, such as your eyebrows' tweezer-smuggling ring or your chin's torrid affair with barbecue sauce. Delve beneath the surface with today's Groupon: for $50, you get your choice of a microdermabrasion treatment (a $150 value), a chemical peel (a $120 value), or a non-acid peel (a $120 value) at The Face Institute, located in Virginia Beach.
The Face Institute specializes in skin-smoothing procedures, employing minimally invasive methods to pamper and polish its patrons. Microdermabrasion waves a magic wand studded with glittering, abrasive diamond chips to make dry, dead skin disappear, freeing the epidermal kingdom from fine lines, surface irregularities, and unsightly Winnebago tracks. Those with more mature masks may opt for a chemical peel to refresh frontispieces, indulging in a custom brew of alpha and beta hydroxy acids to aid in alleviating signs of aging. Sensitive soothees may prefer a non-acid peel, which sports 23 deeply penetrating ingredients to deftly cleanse and promote elasticity. This indulgent infusion is free of harsh acids to ensure that delicate dermises are handled as gently as a hologram Fabergé egg. Although each customer is limited to one Groupon purchase, they will receive a 20 percent discount when they buy five or more additional treatments to create cumulative resurfacing results.
The Cosmetic Vein Center
Dr. Matthew Mitsch has been practicing Phlebology since 2008, but has specialized in facial cosmetic surgery. Today, he uses those skills to treat unwanted veins by various methods and lift sagging facial skin. In addition to treating veins, Dr. Mitsch’s office also does skincare treatments, tumescent liposuction, teeth whitening, face lifts, and laser hair removal.
“Very successful.Impressed with the pride she holds in herself and work.”
“The office needs some TLC but the doctor was great.”
“Loved the people, this place was great!”
Northeast Virginia Beach
1821 Old Donation Pkwy.
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