For too long, the gentle laser has been forced into a mind-numbing existence of reading an endless number of bar codes and destroying planets. Give laser light a much-deserved career change with today's Groupon: for $150, you get six laser hair-removal treatments at the Center for Dermatology & Skin Cancer in Downers Grove (up to a $750 value). Today’s deal is valid for laser hair-removal on the lip, chin, sideburns, underarms, or bikini line.
Led by board-certified dermatologist, pathologist, laser surgeon, and all-around nice guy Dr. Robert Kolbusz, the staff at The Center for Dermatology & Skin Cancer wields no fewer than 20 medical lasers, treating dermatological needs with accelerated particles and seasoned expertise. Using advanced IPL (Intense Pulsed Light) technology, the hair raisers are able to painlessly target pesky peach fuzz on skin of varying types, tones, and tastes in movies. Follicles fall away under the laser's broad beam during each 15- to 30-minute treatment, and the light energy slows the hair’s growth cycle, garnering silky results that last longer than other removal methods such as shaving, waxing, or painting over it. Afterwards, targeted areas are gently cleansed, and patients can immediately return to their normal routines, although an application of sunscreen is usually recommended to safeguard newly shorn areas that are exposed to the sun.
Although the Center for Dermatology & Skin Cancer sometimes features a discounted price online, this Groupon still offers the best deal available.
Center for Dermatology & Skin Cancer
Many med-spa technicians use one or two lasers to treat a variety of beauty woes. Center for Dermatology & Skin Cancer's board-certified dermatologist Dr. Robert Kolbusz and his staff use no less than 20 medical lasers. They wield both Fraxel and Erbium skin-resurfacing lasers to help spur collagen production, they use a CO2 laser to destroy warts, they operate a Palomar Lux 1064 designed to fade unwanted veins, and they train their KTP laser's beams on faces to combat rosacea. They also use other advanced technologies to fine tune bodies, including everything from skin-tightening radio-frequency devices to acne-bacteria-killing blue lights.