What You'll Get
Studies show that a high percentage of Americans consider themselves overweight, and an even higher percentage believe they are being chased by Frankenstein's monster. Alter self-perceptions with today's Groupon for BellaMe Salon in West Bountiful. Choose from the following options:
- For $69, you get one 20-minute Arasys treatment on one area (a $149 value).
- For $134, you get one 20-minute Arasys treatment on two areas (a $298 value).
- For $199, you get three 30-minute Arasys treatments on one area (a $447 value).
- For $390, you get three 30-minute Arasys treatments on two areas (an $894 value).
Treatment areas include arms, chest, back, full stomach, love handles, hips and thighs, buttocks, legs, or calves.
BellaMe Salon's technicians work to sculpt clients into shapelier versions of themselves with the noninvasive Arasys body-sculpting system originally created by the co-inventor of the pacemaker. During the session, one of the staffers will equip desired body areas with diodes that deploy smooth-frequency microcurrents to subtly flex muscles in a natural fashion, simulating the effects of exercise more effectively than a virtual-reality hamster ball. The specialized wavelengths aim to boost metabolism and banish loitering fat while the built-in firming technology works to allay loose skin amassed from weight loss or pregnancy. Enhance statures with swift stimulation in a single 20-minute treatment, or seek out a full transformation with three 30-minute treatments to help build brawn, pare down padding, or fool muscles into thinking they ran a marathon to the moon.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jun 11, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Valid only for specific areas. Not valid for walk-ins. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About BellaMe Salon
After spending years working in law, Amy Hansen decided to trade in her suits for a pair of stylist's scissors to pursue her passion in cosmetology. She studied hard, earned her license, and in 2006 opened a salon named for the goal she strives to achieve—BellaMe, or "beautiful me." Amy calls on her diverse talents to field an array of custom styling requests, which have ranged from conservative trims to the short and spiky Kate Gosselin look. The salon embodies Amy's outdoorsy spirit with wood accents and sprays of fresh sunflowers that prune themselves at the mirror when the staff isn't looking. The salon is composed of two separate sections—a three-chair styling room and a spa room with a flat-screen TV—that fill the air with energetic, groovy music.