What You'll Get
Studies show that your face is the part of your body least likely to wear shoes and most likely to consume Funyuns. Reward this hard-working frontispiece with today's Groupon: for $59, you get a mild chemical peel (a $125 value) at Alpine Dermatology in Alpine.
Alpine's Dr. Eberting, who is fluent in Japanese, brings years of dermatological knowledge and a highly trained staff to her skin sanctuary. The mild glycolic acid peel aims to restore youthful glows to sensitive skin by reducing the appearance of wrinkles, blemishes, acne-scarring, sun damage, and painful moon bites. The 30- to 45-minute peel is gentle enough to tone and soften even the most easily aggravated skin, and may leave skin looking pink for a few hours afterwards, but is pain-free and requires no downtime.
Additionally, patients will receive light therapy in one of two wavelength flavors: blue or red. The choice of color will be based on the skin needs of the individual and the advice of Alpine’s staff. Blue light illuminates the face to kill bacteria hiding in the clefts, pores, and seedy skin-motels, reducing acne. Red light promotes healthy skin regeneration by stimulating healing, cellular repair, and the removal of peanut-butter smears.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 25, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. By appointment only. 24 hour cancellation notice required. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Alpine Dermatology
Led by board-certified dermatologist Dr. Cheryl Eberting, the skincare specialists at Alpine Dermatology care for dermises with medical and cosmetic treatments including laser hair removal, peels, and photodynamic therapy. The television show The Doctors praised the center’s personal microdermabrasion device for its exfoliating prowess and excellent interview skills, and the center's services have been featured in a number of media sources, including the Daily Herald and Health magazine. Glycolic peels and red and blue light treatments are a few of the center's specialties, helping acne sufferers unveil clearer skin without harsh antibiotics or prescription drugs. Above all else, Dr. Eberting prides herself on her extremely thorough skin exams, which help her protect her patients against melanoma and other forms of skin cancer.