Like covered drains or well-buttered waterslides, smaller pores are less likely to be clogged. Clear your complexion with today’s Groupon to Blue Water Spa. Choose between the following options:
For $67, you get one month of unlimited LED photomodulation treatments (a $400 value).<p>
For $88, you get a 25-minute visit with a detoxifying far-infrared sauna session and a lower-limb massage (a $195 value).<p>
Inside the award-winning Blue Water Spa, board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Michael Law and his team strive to improve skin tone with LED treatments and soothe muscles with far-infrared sessions enhanced with massage. After a complimentary consultation with medical staff, clients are ready for specially coded diodes on the GentleWaves LED photomodulation device that bathe the face, chest, or back in a gentle flood of skin-toning light.
In about five minutes, the nonthermal procedure stimulates collagen production to target oversize pores, mild scars, or celebrity autographs appearing on the skin, leaving behind a softer, more evenly toned surface. Because the process requires little to no downtime, patients can book sessions up to twice per week or more.
During Blue Water’s infrared and massage session, clients lounge under a far-infrared sauna dome and heated pad as infrared energy warms weary muscles and helps the body to oust toxins, leaving soft tissue as relaxed and purified as a meditating bottle of antibacterial soap. Meanwhile, a massage therapist kneads away tension from the feet and lower legs, assuaging aches and pains while also enhancing lymphatic drainage and circulation.
Our customers loved this deal last year, earning Blue Water Spa a spot on Groupon’s Best of 2011 list.
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Blue Water Spa
Under the supervision of licensed plastic surgeon Dr. Michael Law, the licensed physician’s assistants and nurse practitioners that make up Blue Water Spa help refresh visages with cutting-edge technology and botanically based treatments. Past a decorative wall of burbling water, clients settle into private treatment rooms for med-spa services such as LED light therapy and laser skin tightening. Traditional chemical peels also revive complexions with green-tea extract, vitamin C, and puréed bugle horns. Therapists use proprietary skincare serums for each service, and an onsite boutique fuels at-home pampering with luxurious products from Malie Organics. The spa regularly donates a percentage of its profits to local charities, including the Wake Forest Boys & Girls Club.