The holiday season ushers in unwelcome guests, turkey-related tension, and awkward family dinners where no one is willing to put down their guns. Smooth away anxiety wrinkles from overserved abdomens with today's Groupon to ABOUT FACE Cosmetic Therapy Center. Founder Vickie Mickey, along with her team of experienced and licensed professionals, will provide guests with one of the following noninvasive skincare treatments:
- For $59, you get a microcurrent facial re-sculpting (a $125 value). This non-surgical procedure uses a safe electrical current to recharge your body's wiring and improve the appearance of its insulation.
- For $25, you get a chemical peel (a $60 value). Designed to refine skin's texture and reduce fine lines and pore size, this light chemical peel can produce subtle results after one treatment.
- For $29, you get a crystal-free microdermabrasion (an $85 value). Microdermabrasion removes dead, flaking skin cells to stimulate new cells and collagen—this less-irritating alternative to the crystal type can reduce fine lines, age spots, and acne scars with little to no recovery time.
- For $39, you get a HydraFacial (an $85 value). First used by Hercules to soothe the Hydra, the HydraFacial employs the latest aesthetic technology to bathe skin with hydrating serums and refresh the face as it removes dead cells and impurities.
About Face CTC
For more than 30 years, the licensed professionals at About Face CTC have helped clients to maintain youthful complexions without plastic surgery. Owner Vickie Mickey—a cosmetic therapist licensed by the State Medical Board of Ohio and president and chief instructor of the Cosmetic Therapy Training Center—personally oversees all electrolysis services, as well as the med spa's laser hair-removal treatments. The staff also performs basic aesthetic services including glycolic peels and microdermabrasion and encourages at-home maintenance with Glo-Professional products. The med spa was recently awarded The Spectrum Award for Excellence in Customer Service by City Beat News.