Like an iceberg, beauty mostly resides below the surface, but only its visible portion can gain the attention of an ocean liner. Look shipshape with today’s Groupon to Deseret Aesthetic & Lifestyle Institute, valid at locations in Gold Canyon and Mesa. Choose between the following options:
- For $99, you get permanent eyeliner on the top or bottom eyelids (a $300 value).
- For $199, you get permanent makeup on both eyebrows (a $450 value).<p>
The licensed aestheticians at Deseret Aesthetic & Lifestyle Institute enhance facial features with customizable applications of permanent makeup. During the medical pigmentation procedure, skilled staff deposits hypoallergenic NouveauContour mineral pigment into the dermis using a color chosen based on the shades of one’s skin, hair, eyes, and crayon set. The device’s sealed, single-use needle cartridge system optimizes safety, and the onboard microprocessor ensures a highly accurate delivery. A topical numbing agent minimizes discomfort and allows most patrons to resume normal activities immediately, though some patients can experience temporary swelling. Touch-up treatments may be necessary within two to six years, or about the lifespan of most pet rocks.
Clients sink into cushy coffee-toned chairs in the waiting room of Deseret Aesthetic & Lifestyle Institute, where soft lighting accents vine-like ironwork on the walls. The spa rounds out its décor with mint-green walls and an ornate floral rug that can be ridden home after each treatment.
Deseret Aesthetic & Lifestyle Institute
Deseret Aesthetic & Lifestyle Institute medical director Dr. Gregory Allen is a skin specialist who has contributed to FDA research and the FDA approval process. He now shares his epidermal expertise with licensed aestheticians and laser technicians as they apply permanent makeup and perform peels and facials. High-tech equipment abounds at the center, from a VeinGogh Ohmic Thermolysis System for eliminating spider veins to a CO2 laser for reducing wrinkles. Aestheticians rely on skincare products from Derma MD and Obagi, which soothe skin so that clients don't have to cut eyeholes in a receiving blanket and wear it as a mask. An elegant vibe radiates from the spa’s cream-and-black motif, which clients first encounter in a waiting room lined with cushy suede chairs.