Maintaining your skin can help project a professional image more easily than sewing a three-piece suit from business cards. Finesse your façade with today’s Groupon to Bossier Healthcare for Women, located in the WK Bossier Medical Pavilion. Choose from the following options:
- For $62, you get a 20-minute LimeLight laser-photorejuvenation treatment for the hands (a $125 value).
- For $82, you get a 45-minute LimeLight laser-photorejuvenation treatment for the arms (a $165 value).
- For $99, you get a 45-minute LimeLight laser-photorejuvenation treatment for the face (a $220 value).
- For $99, you get a 60-minute LimeLight laser-photorejuvenation treatment for the neck and chest (a $220 value).<p>
Bossier Healthcare for Women’s medical spa aesthetician, Leslie Smith, wields Cutera’s LimeLight IPL laser to reinvigorate skin and diminish the appearance of red or brown skin pigmentation during photorejuvenation treatments. During each 20- to 60-minute treatment session, the LimeLight device beams thermal energy onto skin and laser-tags blemishes, rosacea, or facial spider veins out of the epidermal arena. The heat bolsters collagen production beneath the skin to improve firmness and reduce fine lines. Staff recommends a series of two to three treatments on the hands, arms, face, or neck and chest to achieve optimum results and leave upper bodies as blemish-free as Winnie the Pooh’s driving record. Patrons who purchase three sessions on the same area receive a 10% discount on professional skincare products.
Bossier Healthcare for Women
Doctors L. Gregory Blanton and Scott Robertson promote well-being and beauty for women inside and out through gynecological and obstetrical care and medical spa services. Aiding in all phases of womanhood—including annual checkups, pregnancy, and menopause—the doctors tend not only to health, but also to aesthetic needs. Facial treatments including peels, microdermabrasion, and dermaplaning help treat acne, signs of aging, and dull skin. Skilled technicians wield Cutera's CoolGlide laser to target errant vessels, from wispy spider veins to darker blue reticular veins. Meanwhile, FDA-approved injectables help erase fine lines and undo scarring.