Permanent frown lines make faces look sad even when they’re happy, which leads to confusion at wedding altars and all-you-can-eat waffle buffets. Clear the air with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $99 for 20 units of Botox (a $300 value)
- $185 for 40 units of Botox (a $600 value)
- $269 for 60 units of Botox (a $900 value)<p>
In 10- to 15-minute treatments, a licensed medical doctor injects the targeted area with Botox, an FDA-approved protein that helps to reduce wrinkles and fine lines by blocking the nerve impulses that cause facial muscles to contract. The spa recommends 20–30 units for frown lines, 10–15 for crow’s feet, and 40 units for the forehead, and the staff warns that stubborn wrinkles on the faces of both men and shar pei puppies may require additional units. The injections require no downtime, and patients can expect to see results within two–four days. With today’s deal, Groupon customers will also receive an additional 20% off facials. Abbess Skin and Body is open Monday–Friday.
Botox may cause serious side effects that can be life threatening, including problems swallowing, speaking, or breathing. Read all safety considerations for Botox here.<p>
Abbess Skin and Body
Board-certified physician Dr. Lisa Perry has declared war on Father Time. Flanked by a dedicated staff and an onsite medical aesthetician, the doctor ushers men and women into her Camp Creek Medical Plaza stronghold, setting forth to vanquish fine lines and smooth and tighten skin with medical-grade spa services. Backed by more than 15 years of experience in nonsurgical rejuvenation services, the staff skillfully halts the progression of wrinkles by administering nerve-blocking dermal fillers such as Botox and clears façades of dead cells and spray-painted street-art cartoons with microdermabrasion’s multitudes of tiny crystals. In addition to facial treatments, the staff also performs light chemical peels, massage, and laser hair removal and stocks the spa’s shelves with Obagi medical-grade skincare products.