Talented sculptors can make a man out of marble, a swan out of ice, and a functioning defibrillator out of cotton candy. Turn your body into a finely chiseled work of art with today’s Groupon to Chapin Aesthetics in Doylestown. Choose between the following options:
- For $150, you get a laser spider-vein treatment (a $300 value).
- For $125, you get a laser tattoo-removal treatment for an area up to 4"x4" (a $250 value). The Groupon also can be used as a credit toward a larger area.
Dr. Scott Chapin and the skilled staff of Chapin Aesthetics perfect epidermal canvases with professional-grade spa and medical treatments in a relaxing and fully equipped office. Laser spider-vein removal utilizes the Harmony XL laser to fade both deep and superficial blood vessels with a cleansing beam of light that sends six to eight vein clusters to the great spider web in the sky. The 30-minute procedure collapses the vessels that create spider veins while taking care not to damage the surrounding tissue. This way, newly deveined clients require little to no downtime afterward.
When infatuation, hangovers, and dental-school romances subside, a laser tattoo-removal treatment promptly assuages their inky after-effects. After applying a numbing agent, a member of the laser-savvy staff uses the multitalented Harmony XL to break up tattoo pigment, freeing up skin space for paperless tic-tac-toe matches. The service decolorizes a swath of up to 4"x4" of skin in roughly 15 minutes, with darker inks being easier to fade than lighter shades, such as red or green.
Dr. Scott Chapin has built his solid reputation on myriad breast augmentations, tummy tucks, and liposuction treatments performed over the last 15 years. At Chapin Aesthetics, he shepherds a staff with the same stringent work ethic and aim toward improving the way clients look and feel. The clinic offers a number of non-surgical procedures, including skin-smoothing Botox injections and chemical peels. Laser treatments, meanwhile, successfully remove unwanted body hair, acne, spider veins, and tattoos, as well as tattoos of once-loved spider veins that have since broken up.