Armed with a turbo-charged laser cannon, Jennifer Bonnet, M.D.'s fuzz-busting staff fries unwanted follicles with a zap of infrared light that zeroes in on the melanin at each hair's root. Since this non-invasive treatment only affects actively growing hair, patients will need to return for six to eight total treatments before a region is totally bare, after which they'll be free of criminal body fur forever. Some patients experience sunburn-like sensitivity immediately after each treatment, so make sure to wear loose-fitting, comfortable clothes to your appointment. This Groupon is good for treatments on the upper lip and chin ($125; prices given throughout reflect individual treatments), underarms ($115), bikini/Brazilian ($135), full face ($135), back of neck ($90), hands ($65), feet ($65), or abdomen ($70).
The aestheticians and laser technicians of Prestige Laser Hair Removal and Esthetics leverage advances in science and technology to rejuvenate skin. Bioline facials incorporate healthy acids and nutrients to restore skin to a silky state. Laser technicians target unwanted hair with the LightSheer Diode laser system, a rigorously tested treatment that permanently reduces hair by up to 95 per cent, and microdermabrasion treatments slough off evidence of age and Bob Dole Halloween masks. With an eye toward helping all clients achieve their aesthetic goals, Prestige Laser and Esthetics offers a line of men's services, including a gentlemen's mani-pedi.
"I now use many of the noninvasive medical services I offer at my clinics to fight the aging process. I have personally never felt or looked better and I am now in my forties," says Eleanor Welsh, founder of Skin Vitality Medical Clinic. Using Elos laser and radio frequency technology, her team of registered nurses and registered practical nurses is able to reshape bodies, erase body hair, and tighten skin with the push of a button. Their skill with beauty injectables comes from extensive training from Allergan and other pharmaceutical companies, giving them the deft ability to leave clients' faces more youthful than a rosebud in a sippy cup. For more dramatic results, Dr. Conor B. Turley performs cosmetic surgeries such as tucks, augmentations, and lifts.
Inside Kinga Nemes' self-named spa, time-tested techniques and cutting-edge technology collide in the name of beauty. There, facials call upon RVB Holistic Beauty skincare products to revive the skin and brush away wrinkles and fine lines without petro chemicals or parabens. Pulsed-light treatments help scare away unwanted hair, age spots, vascular lesions, and acne. And classic pedicures help curb overgrown cuticles, soften calluses, and make feet the envy of everyone they kick.
When LCI Lasercom Clinics opened in 1997, lasers were still relatively new to the hair-removal industry. But that didn't stop LCI from betting they'd catch on. The company began to work with laser manufacturers to improve the technologies. Nowadays, it offers laser hair-removal for clients who are looking to remove unwanted hair or tight sweaters.
Déjà Vu Salon & Spa is a halcyon hideout with a friendly, welcoming staff and a soothing atmosphere. Guests can await their tantalizing treatment amidst flickering candlelight and the scents of essential oils in the aromatic lounge, until they are whisked away to private treatment rooms. During the basic manicure and basic pedicure, customers put hands and feet where a skilled staff member can see them, thus gaining the reward of a neat nail trimming. Perfectly symmetrical tips will take the place of formerly unruly edges. Cuticles will be gently groomed into a more sightly disposition. The skilled 'curists will massage your feet with their hands and your hands with their feet, leaving your handlebars and kick stands feeling buttery and spry. A deliberate polishing finishes up your transformation from hand abandon to extreme extremity envy. A full-service salon, Déjà Vu uses high-quality European products infused with essential oils and botanical extracts to fuel their up-to-date services and treatments.