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What You'll Get
Human faces experience a lifetime of wear and tear from gravity, driving into the wind, and pineapple-pie eating contests. Restore your cheeks' original splendor with today's Groupon to Brickell Cosmetic Center & Spa. Choose between the following options:
- For $49, you get one DermaPod microdermabrasion treatments with light therapy (a $170 value).
- For $99, you get three DermaPod microdermabrasion treatments with light therapy (a $510 value).
Brickell's experienced technicians wield the DermaPod system during 45–60-minute sessions that target comatose skin cells, wrinkles, and pigment irregularities while harnessing the anti-aging or anti-acne effects of LED lights. Patrons can focus on their faces with crystal-studded microdermabrasion treatments that slough off expired layers to reveal younger skin with reduced evidence of fine lines, uneven pigmentation, and a lifetime of built-up distrust in ATMs. To focus on stretch marks or scars, the DermaPod can be switched to a crystal-less modality to target more pronounced texture and tone inconsistencies.
The DermaPod also recreates a disco hall with a range of colorful LED lights designed to nourish skin cells and inspire impurities to boogie and hustle off into the sunset. Red spectrum light can boost collagen production and healing, and magenta light helps evict acne-causing bacteria and urges oil production to simmer down. Green light targets hyperpigmentation, redness, and the chance of a getting caught in traffic.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 22, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. New clients only. May redeem across visits. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Brickell Cosmetic Center & Spa
When husband-and-wife team Ernesto and Julie set out on their own in 2007, they were gambling on the fact that they could turn a fragile dream into a full business. Their initial lone employee has been replaced by seven in just one year, and the crew bustle through a salon that has the gleaming white expanses of a medical facility, but without the egocentric skeleton models. Patrons, who receive reminder text messages or emails before each appointment, arrive ready to work towards aesthetic goals with products from Obagi, Juvéderm, and Botox and a range of facial services. As massage services lure forth slow exhalations, the staff herald the arrival of new guests with cups of tea.