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What You'll Get
If comic books have taught us anything, it's that getting zapped with mysterious rays always gives you crime-fighting abilities—in this case, superhuman smoothness. Let your skin fulfill its dream of pummeling two-bit hoodlums with today's Groupon: for $99, you get three laser hair removal treatments at DermaLounge (up to a $394 value, including tax), located on 112 Avenue. DermaLounge is a boutique med spa that works with customers to enhance their natural beauty by providing touch-up treatments in a friendly and caring environment. Today's Groupon is good for three laser hair removal treatments to deforest growing areas—see the sidebar for full details. The team of highly trained medical aestheticians and laser technicians skillfully wields the highest quality products and broadswords that are tested by the staff to ensure effectiveness and battle-readiness. The benevolent boutique spa also donates a portion of the proceeds from every treatment to local charities. See their non-edible menu for a full list of services and pricing.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 16, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person. Not valid until 11/16. By appointment only; subject to consultation. Must be 16 or older. No cash back. Not valid with other offers. Tax included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
Though many people enjoy spending a day at the spa, no one wants to spend every day there. That’s why the medical aestheticians of DermaLounge perform skincare and med-spa treatments that emphasize long-term results. After undergoing an initial laser hair-removal treatment course, clients enjoy stubble-free skin for as long as they return for twice-yearly maintenance appointments or sleep on sandpaper sheets. Similarly, permanent-makeup applications accent facial features indefinitely, and a gel Pedique pedicure colours toes for four to six weeks. Even the spa’s facials are designed to last; each one comes with a take-home kit of products that prolong the results of the treatment.
One of the reasons for the efficacy of the centre’s treatments is the quality of products it uses. Several of the facials draw their power from serums by Image Skincare, a company that develops its formulas in a laboratory overseen by a board of physicians. However, one such treatment, the OrMedic facial, appeals to people who prefer organic ingredients to the work of chemists; while rich in antioxidants and enzymes, it is free of parabens, silicones, and dust from crushed beakers.