Like a persistent suitor, unwanted hair is annoying, clingy, and can only be eliminated with lasers. Terminate intolerable tresses with today's Groupon: for $99, you get a laser hair-removal treatment package (a $300 value) at Cosmetic Medicine Associates of Ottawa in Appletree Medical Centre. This Groupon is valid for three treatments. Depending on treatment area, up to 3 Groupons may be required to purchase.
Cosmetic Medicine Associates of Ottawa spruces up its clients' exteriors with a slew of medically supervised, cutting-edge aesthetic treatments. The practice harnesses the power of lasers to reduce unwanted hair, targeting unkempt fuzz with an intense beam of pulsating light and a stern talking-to. Following a free consultation with a treatment coordinator, clients put themselves in the well-trained hands of a certified laser technician brandishing a LightSheer handheld laser device. When pressed to the skin, the wand delivers a pulsating payload of laser light through the epidermis to hair follicles' roots, where growth and multi-generational family feuds originate. The intense heat from the light can damage the offending follicle, thereby inhibiting its ability to sprout new whiskers. In all of its services, Cosmetic Medicine Associates aims to provide its clientele with private, safe, and effective treatments overseen by knowledgeable medical professionals and a watchful team of angelic german shepherds.
Cosmetic Medicine Associates of Ottawa
Customers will find a team of beauty professionals at Cosmetic Medicine Associates of Ottawa, and they’ll also meet a couple of doctors. The clinic helps patients maintain healthy, younger-looking skin by offering a spectrum of doctor-supervised procedures, from varicose-vein treatments to laser hair removal. Blotchy skin and unwanted spots and wrinkles can be addressed over a lunchtime chemical peel or a series of IPL photofacials. Injectable fillers, such as Botox and Restylane, on the other hand, tighten and smooth dynamic wrinkles—laughlines, crow’s feet, and other lines caused by daily facial expressions and texting too many emoticons.