For too long, the gentle laser has been forced into a mind-numbing existence of reading an endless number of bar codes and destroying planets. Give laser light a much-deserved career change with today's Groupon to Aesthetic Laser Treatment Center in Cranston. Choose between the following options:
For $129, you get six laser hair-removal treatments on a small area (up to a $900 value). Click here for a list of small treatment areas.
For $199, you get six laser hair-removal treatments on a medium-size area (up to a $1,500 value). Click here for a list of medium treatment areas.
Under the supervision of Dr A. Michael Coppa, Aesthetic Laser Treatment Center's registered nurses and licensed medical aestheticians prioritize patient comfort as they halt unwanted hair growth. The clinic's FDA-approved Cynosure Elite laser targets select areas of the body, where the dark pigmentation (or melanin) and come-hither winking of rebellious follicles attract the undivided attentions of the light beam. Unlike electrolysis, which painstakingly pummels peach fuzz one strand at a time, the carefully calibrated laser pulses saturate multiple hairs at once, speeding skin toward smoothness, and stunting regrowth for significantly longer periods than waxing, shaving, or bathing in coffee. Though most patients feel a prickling sensation with each pass, numbing cream is available in the office to lessen discomfort. The Cynosure Elite laser cannot treat gray, white, or fairer-colored hair, but the treatment is safe for all skin types, including tanned skin. The laser may cause mild reddening of the area; any irritation typically dissipates after a few moments, though inadvertently triggered superpowers may last a lifetime.
Aesthetic Laser Treatment Center
Lasers can accomplish more than just long-lasting hair removal. At Aesthetic Laser Treatment Center, staffers depend upon them for almost every aesthetic treatment. Yes, one of those treatments is hair removal, but the list also includes diminishing cellulite and wrinkles, eliminating pigmented lesions, and downplaying the appearance of spider veins. The staffers sometimes abandon lasers all together and instead opt for dermal fillers or a chemical peel to restore skin.