Dr. Edward Dickerson, a board-certified facial plastic and reconstructive surgeon, serves the aesthetic needs of bodies with a mélange of med-spa services. Aim laser abduction at unwanted strands to ready the body for beaches, summer outings, and races against dolphins. During each treatment, lasers heat follicles to deter them from producing new hair. The defuzzing can be applied to different eligible areas, but using all three on one area, like watching all three Mad Max films at the same time, produces the most lasting results.
Located in the historical downtown district of Fayetteville, Cherry Blossom Studios' primary artist has 28 years of tattooing experience and a diverse portfolio of color, black and gray, and cover-up tattoos. The artists at Cherry Blossom Studios can help translate vague concepts of milk-shake-drinking dolphins into customized body art, consulting with clients to determine exactly how to personalize each image. Apply this Groupon toward the cost of a full-body tattoo of your body, or get your name in script (up to seven letters, around $60) so you remember how to forge your signature. Alternatively, encase "Mom" in an ink heart complete with a rose (starting at $100). First timers and ink-lavished canvases alike can rest assured in the impeccably clean, minimal interior of the shop, which is punctuated by both traditional Chinese and flash-style artwork.
A Duke University School of Medicine graduate, Dr. Adam Stein supplemented his education by completing a fellowship in facial and plastic surgery. Today, the board-certified facial plastic surgeon uses his 20-plus years of surgical experience and instinctive artistic aptitude to carefully enhance patients' appearances. Dr. Stein utilizes a unique computer-imaging system that allows patients to see how they'd look after a face-lift, nose job, or third-eye augment. Patients also visit his earth-toned, artwork-laden office for nonsurgical treatments, such as wrinkle-smoothing beauty injections and skin-rejuvenating laser resurfacing treatments.
Laser hair removal selectively targets pigment inside hair follicles with all the acuity of a folk hero shooting an apple atop his son's head and none of the complicated pathos. The heat generated destroys the hair without damaging the skin. The expert laser-wielders at ExcelLase hone their lasery wands to render your underarms, bikini area, or upper lip and chin aerodynamically hair free. Although the number of treatments necessary for the laser's depilatory rays to be fully effective varies due to factors such as age, ethnicity, metabolism, and wingspan, the average is four to six treatments. See ExcelLase's FAQ page for further specifics on the treatments and updates on whether or not super-villains have hijacked ExcelLase's technology yet.
Samira Haddad is an artist obsessed with color. But her work doesn’t hang from any wall; rather, it is displayed proudly on the bodies of her clients. Samira learned the craft of permanent makeup at the American Institute of Intradermal Cosmetics, and she has been working in the field for more than two decades. As owner of Samira's Permanent Cosmetics and Training Center, she enhances brows, lids, and lips with carefully chosen hues and adds definition to areolas after reconstructive breast surgeries. She also schools students in the fundamentals of permanent cosmetics, including soft-tap techniques, sanitation, and color correction of prison unibrows.
Extink Tattoo Removal’s certified laser technician clears away unwanted inks from skinscapes with an FDA-approved laser. The YAG laser's lightning-fast pulses penetrate the inked skin, breaking up pigments and releasing the inks to be safely evicted from the premises by white blood cells. Though some colors stubbornly cling to the epidermis like a baby sloth to a surrogate dog mother, most inks fade noticeably after one treatment, with some tattoos vanishing completely after several iterations. The process lasts approximately 10–15 minutes, and yields minimal pain and side effects. Previous patients have reported a sensation similar to snapping a rubber band against the skin and mild redness or swelling after the procedure.