I would do it again - at the same price as Groupon.
The jury is still out if it works.
I was upset when I saw a flyer they had offering the session for $129. I paid $149 to Groupon. When I complained, they offered me another session for $99
This process uses infrared lights for 8 minute intervals on 6 sections of the body for a total of 48 minutes under the lights. That's what is meant by "six-sessions" on their site and Groupon. It is also a proven treatment - the Mayo Clinic web site. Per the measurements they took, I did lose more than 4 inches in total when all 6 areas are added together. Although, I think the process may work some with multiple sessions but it is WAY too expensive. Why don't businesses like this understand that a lower price point would drive more traffic? i know the machines are expensive, but don't try and pay them off with a few customers paying a lot of money; rather more customers paying less.
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