Seventeenth-century shipping routes drastically improved once navigators began referring to actual maps of waterways instead of the veins on their thighs. Steer clear of veiny skin with today's deal: for $99, you get a laser spider-vein-removal treatment at Deseret Aesthetic & Lifestyle Institute, in Mesa (a $399 value).
Wielding the powerful VeinGogh system, Deseret's licensed technicians eradicate spider veins with a noninvasive procedure that typically requires only one treatment for full results. First, a consultation addresses patient concerns and erects a battle plan to force veins into cowering retreat. When treatment commences, your technician will direct a well-controlled amount of heat into each unsuspecting vessel with a hair-thin, insulated probe. High temperatures destroy vein tissue, preventing them from lurking back into position under the dark cover of blue jeans. The 30-minute treatment is appropriate for any skin type and any affected area. Like a polaroid proving the existence of unicorns, the results of the treatment are produced immediately regardless of whether you blow on them, and patients undergo little to no downtime before newly creamy complexions are ready for museum unveiling.
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.