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What You'll Get
Nine out of 10 scientists agree that a healthy human face needs oxygen, after studying the effects of encasing the 10th scientist's head in a cube of cement. Free your face with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $79 for one 30-minute chemical peel (a $160 value)
- $199 for three 30-minute chemical peels (a $480 value)
An aesthetician thoroughly cleanses the skin before applying one or more chemicals solutions to small areas of the face. Clients may feel a stinging sensation, which can be alleviated with cold compresses, and experience posttreatment redness. Over the next few days, the top layer of skin will eventually peel away to expose healthy and more radiant skin.
The Fine Print
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About Dermatology & Laser of Alabama
Dr. Sarah Sawyer gets her drive to help others from her father, a small town dentist who was never shy about providing weekend calls and home visits. This same level of commitment distinguishes Dr. Sawyer's work at Dermatology & Laser of Alabama—the skincare center she founded—and that has led Daytime Alabama and CBS42 to seek her opinions on Botox, tattoo removal, and other topics. Along with her team of highly trained technicians, including dermatologist Dr. Katherine Flanagan and master aesthetician Michelle Alvis, she helps clients obtain clear complexions using a three-step process: resurface, revolumize, and protect. Though the skincare regimens designed by the team based on these guidelines, often vary— like the weather conditions inside an automatic car wash—they frequently include treatments such as micropeels, dermaplaning, and facials.
Visiting the clinic doesn't feel like a chore, though. Before treatments, clients relax in a reception area where they can read a magazine, watch television, or use the center's free WiFi as they nosh on complimentary snacks and beverages.