Every time dead skin cells are removed from your body, they reveal a new layer of skin, until finally, all that remains is a Russian matryoshka doll painted to resemble your spirit animal. Reveal the radiance that lies beneath with today's Groupon: for $25, you get a microdermabrasion treatment at Alpine Dermatology (a $75 value).
The skincare specialists at Alpine Dermatology polish dermises with the same personal microdermabrasion device praised for its exfoliating prowess on the television show The Doctors. Following a brief analysis of skin type, noninvasive PMD wands deploy a minute army of tiny crystals that set to work repairing damage inflicted by solar rays and slaphappy swamp creatures. Flurries of aluminum oxide do away with with dead skin cells and diminish the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, and blotchy skin. In addition to the aftercare tips that accompany each treatment, guests will receive $40 off the purchase of a PMD system (normally $179). If clients choose to purchase the PMD system, they will also receive a Daily Regeneration System starter kit (a $39.50 value) with a soothing cleanser, a calming toner, a recovery moisturizer, and an age-spot sticker book for nostalgia’s sake.
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.