Like a painting, skin must periodically be retouched for a smoother appearance devoid of smudges and stains from clumsily handled burritos. Refurbish epidermal canvases with today's Groupon: for $99, you get an IPL photo-rejuvenation session or a body-contouring treatment at Astoria Medical Spa in Canton (each a $275 value).
The epidermal experts at Astoria Medical Spa refurbish and vivify protoplasmic parchment with an array of futuristic procedures. A photo-rejuvenation session using Lumenis Aesthetic systems treats facial flaws—such as age spots, broken capillaries, sun damage, and melasma—with a light-emitting apparatus that penetrates affected skin and tissue with concentrated wavelengths, equalizing tone and texture until it resembles your high-school yearbook picture instead of the wax bust of yourself that you accidentally microwaved. Treatment typically requires four to six sessions administered at three-week intervals for desired results and has few side effects, allowing many patients to resume their daily routines quickly. Otherwise, stiffen sagging skin and erase unsightly cellulite with a 45-minute body-contouring procedure, a noninvasive treatment that tones, tightens, and smoothes soul sheaths with infrared frequencies that stimulate collagen production. This Groupon is valid for one treatment either on the face, neck, stomach, thighs or buttocks. After the procedure, droopy dermises may improve over subsequent weeks, much like a bunch of green bananas or a Dwight D. Eisenhower Chia Pet.
- They offer the newest technology at the best prices I have ever found. Their office is very nice and comfortable and the staff is professional and very knowledgeable about all their treatments. – k w., Insider Pages
For five years, Astoria Med-Spa has welcomed customers into a laser and skin center overseen by a physician. Powerful but gentle laser beams remove hair, perform photofacials, and even tighten wrinkled skin, alongside other med-spa services such as peels, microdermabrasions, and spider-vein therapy for image-conscious arachnids.