Under the expert guidance of Dr. Elba Pacheco, aestheticians at Adoro Medical Spa, a part of the Center for Eye & Laser Surgery, wield professional-strength beautification technology to boost skin’s healthy appearance. During a 30-minute photorejuvenation treatment, intense pulsed lights focuses on cheeks and brows, lightening age spots, uncreasing fine lines, and erasing the sun’s sunspotty signature from foreheads. Light energy boosts production of collagen in skin’s deep layers, toning pores and easing skin conditions such as broken capillaries and rosacea. Though this Groupon covers one photorejuvenation treatment, repeat sessions will continue to minimize signs of aging with lasting results.
Medical Director Ross VanAntwerp leads a staff of experienced aestheticians to provide a variety of advanced skin treatments that apply youthful glows to worn-out epidermal layers. Let professional skin smoothers analyze the unique requirements of your people pelt before addressing issues such as sun damage, acne, and wrinkles. The microdermabrasion process uses gentle crystals and vacuum pressure to exfoliate and resurface skin layers restoring radiance to forlorn faces, prepping them for high-school reunions or enthusiastic games of peek-a-boo.
The full-service beautifying hot spot boasts a staff of professional people-pamperers who fashion eye curtains and brows into aesthetically pleasing shapes within its cheery confines. Experienced aestheticians will apply a full set of NovaLash extensions to your own natural ocular whiskers, diminishing the necessity for mascara. Lashes are available in varying lengths, and a lash fill ($50) can be added at any time for a more dramatic look. The salon recommends getting a lash fill every two to three weeks to maintain the appearance of luscious peepers. Dexterous brow artists will tweeze and form expression makers during an eyebrow wax, applying a mild, warm wax ideal for shaping stray above-the-eye tresses into sleek arches of debonair face decoration.
With 13 years of experience, a certified massage therapist digs deep into clients' weary muscles to draw out stress and re-limber stiff joints. Sessions lasting 60 to 90 minutes knead backs weary of shouldering too many small children or demanding monarchs, stroke necks stiff from wearing too many layers of formal collars, and relieve hip and knee pain. Massage techniques can also be applied in attempts to treat tennis elbow, fibromyalgia, plantar fasciitis, and recurring flashbacks to awkward clown-school graduation ceremonies.