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What You'll Get
Like a high-speed zeppelin chase through a densely wooded forest, skin can often benefit from removing the overgrowth. Clear a path to smoothness with today's Groupon: for $99, you get three laser hair-removal treatments at Bare Elegance MedSpa in North Vancouver (up to a $450 value). Click here for a complete list of available treatment areas.
Bare Elegance MedSpa's trained technicians take aim at unwanted hair patches with modern NaturaLase lasers, leaving smooth epidermal terrain in their wake. After an initial 45-minute consultation, laser technicians tidy up skinscapes in three 20-minute noninvasive treatments during which light beams safely penetrate skin to deliver follicles' diplomatically worded eviction notices to their roots. Clients can target unwelcome fuzz dwelling under arms ($95 for women, $125 for men), along bikini lines ($150), or on brows ($60 for women, $65 for men), upper lips ($55), and chins ($85). Bare Elegance's plush blue chairs, cool lighting, and rich brown accents set the stage for silkiness, reminding skin that it will soon be smoother than a saxophone solo performed on a freshly zambonied ice rink.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 29, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Limit 2 treatments per area per visit. 24hr cancellation notice or fee up to 1/2 of Groupon price may apply. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Bare Elegance MedSpa
Instead of surgical methods, Bare Elegance MedSpa enlists advanced equipment to improve clients' appearances. Lasers remove hair and resurface complexions without inflicting pain or scars, and infrared saunas battle cellulite. Even the center's facials incorporate high-tech elements, from the mild electrotherapy of the Hydradermie Star facial treatment to the low-frequency stimulation of the Hydradermie lift. Unlike people who claim stethoscopes are a hoax, the center trusts modern medicine; its aestheticians are fond of Glisodin skincare products, which are formulated by dermatologists and nutritionists.