Displaying your cellulite-free legs at the beach will let you feel as confident as the lifeguard who allowed himself to be swallowed by a shark so that he could beat it up from the inside. Be the star of the beach with this Groupon.
Choose from Seven Options
- $260 for two Accent Your Body treatments on a small area (a $998 value)
- $310 for two treatments on a medium area (a $1,198 value)
- $360 for two treatments on a large area (a $1,398 value)
- $499 for four treatments on a small area (a $1,996 value)
- $599 for four treatments on a medium area (a $2,396 value)
- $699 for four treatments on a large area (a $2,796 value)
- $799 for four treatments on an extra-large area (a $3,200 value)
See a list of valid treatment areas. During each 20- to 60-minute treatment, a certified nurse targets wrinkles, loose skin, or cellulite with the radio-frequency energy of the noninvasive Accent Your Body laser device. A cooling tip maximizes comfort as heat from the hand piece stimulates both the surface and deeper layers of the skin. The process encourages natural collagen growth, and may feel similar to a warm massage or leaning on a dryer filled with tennis shoes. While some results may be visible after a single, no-downtime session, and continue to improve over the following weeks, four to six sessions at two-week intervals are recommended for an optimal outcome.
Specialists in Plastic Surgery and The Museum Spa & Laser Center
The three surgeons at Specialists in Plastic Surgery call upon more than 60 years of combined experience as they transform patients' faces and bodies. The physicians—Roger Russell, Don Oschwald, and Richard Carlino—also boast recognition by professional organizations, with certification by the American Board of Plastic Surgery and ranks as Fellows in the American College of Surgeons (FACS).
At The Museum Spa & Laser Center, an adjacent facility that focuses on nonsurgical procedures, registered nurses certified to handle cosmetic lasers beautify bodies with noninvasive treatments such as hair removal and skin resurfacing. The team's licensed medical aestheticians also use the Visia computerized skin-analysis system to recommend the appropriate services for issues such as sun damage, wrinkles, or the inability to smile during driver's-license photos.