Skin-smoothing treatments can undo damage caused by years of unnecessary laughing, reckless winking, and experiencing sunshine. Recover from the joy of everyday life with today’s Groupon to Beauty Bar Laser Clinic. This Groupon is valid at the locations on the corner of Yonge and Charles, Yonge and Elington, and Yonge and Steeles. Choose between the following options:
- For $39, you get one HydraFacial skin-rejuvenation treatment (a $150 value).
- For $99, you get three HydraFacial skin-rejuvenation treatments (a $450 value).<p>
The certified aestheticians at Beauty Bar Laser Clinic battle wrinkles, acne, and chronic skin conditions on all skin types using the resurfacing power of the HydraFacial, a noninvasive treatment featured on the TV program The Doctors. During each 45-minute session, a handpiece cozies up to rough skin to slough off dead cells, extract facial impurities, and leave clients with visages smoother than a saxophone slathered in Crisco. Reclined bodies relax as the hydradermabrasion procedure coats surfaces in a triple tag-team of cleansing, hydrating, and moisturizing serums designed to infuse skin with radiance as well as antioxidant protection. Potentially abating ailments such as hyperpigmentation and sun damage, the virtually pain-free resurfacing can keep complexions clear for up to one week without downtime or the need to pretend Wednesdays don’t exist. Though smooth skin can show up after a single session, an initial series of six treatments is recommended for best results.
Beauty Bar Laser Clinic
Among walls accented by black-and-white damask prints, Beauty Bar Laser Clinic's technicians use cosmetic lasers to treat a client list that includes models, actors, and 2005's Miss Universe, Natalie Glebova. They specialize in whitening teeth, removing hair and cellulite, and resurfacing complexions. During complimentary consultations, the technicians determine the best treatment plan for each client and ask the newest Miss Universe contestant a series of questions to ensure she is the best candidate to represent Earth in the pageant.