A glowing complexion can be a sign of healthy skin or a sign that you fell asleep near a trashcan fire. Brighten up with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $59 for one Zo Ossential Stimulator peel (a $125 value)
- $69 for one Zo Ossential hydration facial treatment (a $150 value)
- $169 for three Zo Ossential Stimulator peels (a $375 value)
The Zo Ossential peel, a blend of highly concentrated AHAs, removes the topmost layers of skin to fade fine lines and uneven skin tone. The Zo Ossential hydration treatment kicks off with a gentle cleansing followed by microexfoliation. A blend of mulberry, licorice, and bearberry extracts plus kojic and lactic acids gently resurfaces skin to reveal smoother, more even layers underneath. An aloe gel with soothing cucumber and chamomile then calms the skin, and a pressure-point massage further de-stresses faces. At the end of the treatment, skin is slathered in DNA-repairing enzymes, hydrators, and sun protection with natural melanin. Clients who prefer a milder treatment may request that the aesthetician use the gentler Ossential herbal-enzyme gel.
Carol Millard at Advanced Breast & Cosmetic Surgery, LLC
William C. Rigano, MD, a board-certified plastic and reconstructive surgeon, has been reshaping patients' physiques for almost 20 years. At Advanced Breast & Cosmetic Surgery, he augments or reduces bosom sizes and restores cleavage fullness following lumpectomy surgery. He also refreshes tummies with tucks and tailors excess skin to better fit those who've had bariatric surgery. His team of estheticians resurfaces mugs with facials and chemical peels that reduce the signs of aging, fight blemishes, and clear migrating turtle necks from the face using medical-grade product lines from Zo Medical by Zen Obagi, Obagi, SkinCeuticals, and Vi Medical peels.
96% of 56 customers recommend
“Great skin care and fantastic patient care ”
“Beautiful facility and very friendly and knowledgeable staff.”
“The esthetician was very good and gave me many helpful tips. She was realistic in my needs and did not push her products.”