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What You'll Get
Until scientists develop a weapon potent enough to destroy gravity, wrinkles and falling coconuts will continue to serve as humbling reminders of our delicate mortality. Be forever young with today's Groupon: for $99, you get 15 units of Botox at Carolina Cosmetic Institute (a $195 value).
Board-certified surgeon Dr. Oliver Simmons, a former fellow at Johns Hopkins, teams up with Carolina Cosmetic Institute's experienced staff to fight signs of aging with FDA-approved Botox. During the quick in-office procedure, a steady hand injects Botox into a creased area, such as crow's feet, forehead furrows, or neck ravines to help temporarily smooth skin for up to four months. Used in more than 75 countries around the world, Botox injections result in no downtime, and results typically appear within three to five days. Apart from turning back the hands of time, Botox can also fight migraines, ease overactive underarm sweating, and transform a shar pei pup into a dolphin.
Botox may cause serious side effects that can be life threatening, including problems swallowing, speaking, or breathing. Read all safety considerations for Botox here.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Apr 12, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. By appointment only, subject to availability. 24hr cancellation notice required or $25 fee may apply. Services are non-transferable. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Carolina Cosmetic Institute
Dr. Oliver Simmons performs surgical procedures and oversees med-spa therapies by drawing upon years of professional experience, including a fellowship in craniofacial and microvascular surgery at The Johns Hopkins Hospital. Dr. Simmons and his team use clinical-grade treatments to perform tummy tucks, Botox, and microdermabrasions, among many other procedures. The office is decorated with curlicue wall designs, bouquets laced with peacock feathers, and floral paintings that sprouted from frequently watered easels.