Beauty sometimes requires assistance, which is why celebrities have personal stylists and a lot of the most famous constellations are actually CGI. Look like a star with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $49 for two Groupons, each good for one 75-minute Electro-Slim sessions (a $250 value)
- $89 for four Groupons, each good for one 75-minute Electro-Slim session (a $500 value)
- $29 for two Groupons, each good for one 30-minute infrared sauna session (a $60 value)
- $49 for four Groupons, each good for one 30-minute infrared sauna session (a $120 value)
The FDA-approved Electro-Slim program is designed to simulate a full-body workout and help clients lose up to 2 inches of body fat per session. A certified technician targets specific areas of stubborn fat with electrodes, which cause muscles to contract, enhance circulation, and—along with a personalized nutrition program—may induce weight loss. This process is not recommended for clients with pacemakers or kidney problems, or for those who are pregnant or receiving cancer treatments. Up to 10 sessions or more may be required to see desired results. Both options include the cost of electrodes.
The infrared sauna delivers deep heat that penetrates into the body without burning skin. A 15-minute cool-down session and a shower follow the 30-minute bout in the sauna.
A Better You
The team at A Better You takes a holistic approach to wellness, offering services designed to detoxify the body and promote overall health. Their technicians are certified in the Madame Et Monsieur Electro-Slim system, an electrotherapy technology that may help reduce fat and strengthen muscles with pulses from strategically placed electrodes. Staffers aim to rid tissues of impurities with soothing infrared-sauna sessions and ionic foot baths.
The center also seeks to enhance well-being with natural products such as certified-pure-therapeutic-grade essential oils and vitamin-rich or pure herbal nutritional supplements. Visitors are greeted by soft music, the fragrances of aromatherapy, and soft armchairs next to antique-style end tables that are ideal for writing Dear John letters to newly roomy pants.