What You'll Get
Every time you step outside, your face is targeted by UV rays, dirt, angry dogs, and the New Jersey Devils. Undo puck damage with today's Groupon: for $79, you get The Opulence Oxygen Infusion Facial (a $195 value) at Dermatology & Laser of Alabama on Office Park Drive.
The Opulence Oxygen Infusion Facial uses Intraceuticals’ opulence infusion technology in three stages to hydrate and illuminate skin, dousing flames of inflammation and leaving skin calm and clear. First, light-pressurized oxygen reaches into skin’s deepest layers and flips the switches that activate their age-defying mechanisms. Then, a serum with lightweight hyaluronic acid (the skin’s natural plumping agent), vitamins, and antioxidants hydrates the skin, increasing its firmness so that fine lines vanish and facial contours become superbly rounded. Phytosphingosine and antibacterial actives evict pore impurities before Intraceuticals’ opulence products seal in nutrients and protect your newly freshened face from any low-flying hummingbirds that might mistake it for a flower.
Piloted by a fellowship-trained dermatologic surgeon, Dermatology & Laser of Alabama offers its state-of-the-art facials alongside serious skincare fixes and cosmetic procedures in a warm, inviting environment. The friendly staff is up-to-date on the latest medical skincare advances, and their custom-fitted ear horns can hear even the skin’s quietest complaints.
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The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 14, 2010. Amount paid never expires. Limit two per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Tax and gratuity not included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
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.