Much like the sale of sardines at movie-theater concession stands, the popularity of laser hair-reduction treatments is evidence that most people secretly long to be dolphins. Get smooth and sleek with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
$99 for three laser hair-removal treatments on a small area (up to a $375 value). Small areas include the following:
- Between eyebrows
$149 for three laser hair-removal treatments on a medium area (up to a $525 value). Medium areas include the following:
- Back of neck
- Bikini basic
- Front of neck
$189 for three laser hair-removal treatments on a large area (up to a $750 value). Large areas include the following:
- Lower face
- Lower leg
- Bikini extended<p>
Cordova Medical & CosMedic Solutions
With credentials from the Tennessee Department of Health and eight years of experience as one of the US medical leaders on President George W. Bush's healthcare-advisory committee, Dr. Marc Crupie guides a team of medical professionals and aesthetics specialists at Cordova Medical & CosMedic Solutions. With over 25 years as a family physician in Memphis, Dr. Crupie's expertise continues to expand each year, as he seeks out advancements in his field and administers new procedures as they are developed, including Botox and lipotherapy, as well as vein-removal and dermal-filler procedures.
As a full-service family medical center and cosmetic laser office, Cordova Medical & CosMedic Solutions offers specialized treatments in advanced medical, laser, and aesthetic services. CosMedic Solutions technicians use Cutera lasers to assist clients with treatments ranging from hair removal to skin rejuvenation by controlling intense beams of light. Technicians also work with a Diamond Head Microdermabrasion machine to make skin cells feel as special as a piece of hay in a giant stack of needles.
94% of 62 customers recommend
“Super friendly staff. Liz was great she explained everything and was easy to talk to.”
“Wonderful team: Liz did an amazing job making me feel comfortable and walking me through the procedure. ”