Though its primary purpose remains disrupting college lectures and movie screenings, laser light has also proven useful in the precise removal of human hair. Today's smooth-making Groupon lets you reap the benefits of America's favorite repurposed supervillain weapon: for $89, you get three laser hair-removal treatments (up to a $675 value) at Aristocrat Plastic Surgery. This Groupon is good for two locations in the Upper East Side and Great Neck.
At Aristocrat Plastic Surgery’s medi-spa, Dr. Tehrani and his skilled staff of skin sorcerers swiftly banish follicles from fertile skin fields with speedy laser hair-removal treatments. The laser's long-pulse, high-energy beams of light directly target follicles and transport them to another dimension where pet rocks roam wild and free. Wielding this hi-tech axe, Aristocrat's laserjacks will chop down bristly hair bushes growing along the upper lip (a $208 value), chin (a $238 value), jaw line (a $225 value), bikini line (a $298 value), or underarms (a $238 value). To put an end to geopolitical friction in the body's hotspots, Aristocrat can also carefully assassinate rascal hairs with a Brazilian bikini treatment (a $675 value) or full beard treatment (a $633 value). Each treatment works quickly and efficiently to clear out strand-stuffed surfaces with minimal discomfort, unlike coating hair with a hearty goulash and hoping local rodents nibble it off overnight. After soaking up the relaxing ambiance, customers will emerge sporting newfound sleekness, making it easier to spark up conversations with newly hired dolphins at the office.
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Dr. Kevin Tehrani's vast knowledge of plastic surgery keeps him in demand––he's a published author, an international speaker, an assistant clinical professor at SUNY Downstate Medical Center, and a go-to source for publications such as New Beauty magazine. But all this activity doesn't keep him from his patients. He typically spends an hour with them during their initial consultations, answering their questions, reviewing images of them on a computer, and projecting what they'd look like if they were made of pixels.
Sometimes these consultations lead to cosmetic surgery, and sometimes Dr. Tehrani and his patients instead turn to such noninvasive aesthetic equipment as the Zeltiq CoolSculpting system. Ever the innovator, Dr. Tehrani launched an iPhone app called iLipo, which helps patients to alter their image on the spot to see how a given treatment will transform their body.