Faces act as gatekeeper for incoming food and outgoing laughter, giving them the power to leave our bodies half-starved or bloated with unreleased giggles. Keep façades happy with today's Groupon: for $49, you get three ultrasonic facial treatments at American Laser Centers' Wallace Boulevard location (a $355 value). Groupon holders will also receive half off additional services at the business for three months following redemption.
The team at American Laser Centers rejuvenates debilitated dermises using up-to-the-minute pore-purging technology. Ultrasonic sound-wave technology rousts dozing skin cells and guides them to the nearest exit. The safe, noninvasive, vibrating blade quickly and efficiently removes the top layer of skin, blowing the pores clean and leaving clients with a softer, smoother frontispiece. Ultrasonic technology can also be an effective means of treating acne, blackheads, and other husk hindrances. The face-freshening treatment can be administered in as little as 15 minutes, leaving clients ample time to play peek-a-boo with their new, youthful reflections.
American Laser Med Spa
The team at American Laser Med Spa operate with a simple motto: "Looking good feels great." Those words reflect their dedication to helping men and women expose their inner beauty, outside. To do so, they specialize in pain-free and reduced-pain beauty treatments such as laser hair removal, Coolsculpting, and more, that leave clients feeling and looking their best.
Dr. Kanase, MD and owner of American Laser Med Spa, oversees all aspects of the spa, including staff training, supervising ongoing treatments, and monitoring treatment protocols. His commitment to quality improvement means he's constantly building on his already vast body of medical knowledge, including yearly training at Harvard University. After graduating from Grant Medical College in his native India, he moved to the U.S. to complete his master's degree in food and nutrition at Texas Tech University in Lubbock. He went on to complete his residency training in family medicine at Texas Tech Health Sciences Center in Amarillo, and has called the Texas panhandle his home for over 20 years.
During his residency, he was named chief resident and won numerous awards, including the “Outstanding Graduating Resident of the Year” award chosen among all residency programs and the “Outstanding Resident Teacher” award. After his residency, Dr. Kanase joined Dallam Hartley County Hospital District in Dalhart, TX, where he worked for five years finishing his rural commitment with the USDA as the chief of medical staff. During that time, he was listed in America’s Top Family Doctors and received the American Medical Association’s Physician Recognition Award.