What You'll Get
The laser light's power to destroy hair follicles is rivalled only by the night light's power to slay closet monsters. Harness the benefits of luminescence with today's Groupon: for $139, you get three laser hair-removal treatments at Body Essentials Spa and Wellness Centre on 10th Street Northwest (up to a $600 value). Today's deal is valid for laser hair removal on the underarms (a $95 value/treatment), basic bikini (an $80 value/treatment), lip and chin (up to a $95 value/treatment), back of neck (a $150 value/treatment), beard (a $200 value/treatment), or full face (a $125 value/treatment).
At Body Essentials, trained aestheticians usher guests into an earth-toned sanctuary illuminated by sunlight streaming through picture windows. During hair-removal treatments, a Palomar StarLux 500 laser terminates unwanted hair quickly and safely using tough yet gentle photons that harmlessly pass through the skin and directly impact hair follicles for long-lasting hairlessness. Technicians can evict pesky hair from the bikini area and underarms or exile errant threads from the neck, beard, or forehead beard. Lasers cause minimal discomfort for the patient, due to being calibrated for empathy and small talk.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jul 23, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Must use all treatments on the same area. Non-transferable. May redeem across visits. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Body Essentials
At Body Essentials, guests step into an earth-toned, sunlit sanctuary where trained aestheticians revivify skin and nails with natural products from brands such as Éminence, nubar Skin, and Alyria. NovaLash eyelash extensions headline the spa's comprehensive roster of beautifying services, which includes mani-pedis and medical-grade facials. The staff also chases away undesirable corporeal fuzz with waxing, threading, lasers, and fierce matches of tug-of-war.