Light is actually a spectrum of colors, each with its own healing properties—red tackles wrinkles, blue zaps blemishes, and indigo tries to convince everyone it's a real color. Get illuminated with today's laser-light Groupon to Visage Skincare Spa and Cosmetic Laser Center in Farmingville. Choose from the following options:
- For $99, you get six laser hair-removal treatments on a small area (up to a $1,050 value).
- For $199, you get six laser hair-removal treatments on a medium area (up to a $1,350 value).
- For $299, you get six laser hair-removal treatments on the lower or upper legs (up to a $1,800 value).
- For $699, you get six laser hair-removal treatments on a large area (up to a $3,000 value).
In business since 2001, Visage Skincare Spa and Cosmetic Laser Center offers noninvasive, FDA-approved laser-hair removal customized for each patient's hair color and texture. Licensed aestheticians cleanse and shave skin before flashing pulses of light over the skin. The light absorbs as heat, conducting into active growth follicles and building to a threshold that shut downs future fringe production. Small area treatments last about 15 minutes, though times vary based on the size of each treatment area, hair type, and number of sweaters the patient is wearing. Sessions end as aestheticians recleanse and apply sun block to laser-razed areas. Most newly smoothened humans experience only minimal discomfort, akin to a mild sting or a kiss from a friendly porcupine. To minimize potential side affects, clients should avoid prolonged exposure to the sun for two to four weeks prior to and after each treatment.
At Visage Medispa, a highly trained staff cultivates beauty and wellness with relaxation services and anti-aging treatments. As the owner, Julianne Noto also instructs laser hair removal for students throughout Long Island. Part med spa and part day spa, the facility teams with paramedical aestheticians who tighten skin with Thermage treatments and board-certified nurse practitioners who inject FDA-approved wrinkle smoothers such as Botox and Juvéderm. More high-tech than a horse-drawn spaceship, a Visia imaging system guides complexion analyses, measuring sun damage and hyperpigmentation to help technicians build custom skincare plans.