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Vaporize rogue hair with today’s Groupon for a hairless tomorrow: three laser hair-removal treatment sessions on two areas for $185 at Deseret Aesthetic & Lifestyle Institute (a total of six treatments, up to a $744 value, depending on the treatments you choose).
Deseret’s licensed and friendly technicians use a state-of-the-art LightSheer laser system to quickly and painlessly make almost any body part—eyebrow, leg, armpit, elbow, etc.—look astonishingly smooth and attractive. The system uses a unique cooling handpiece to minimize skin irritation, and the system is so precise that it can be adjusted to damage only the hair follicle. Unlike the lasers utilized by popular film hero and 2010 California gubernatorial hopeful Iron Man, these friendly beams are comfortable and treat hair follicles fast, so even large areas can be quickly de-haired.
Choose from two of the following treatments (price listed is normal price for three sessions):
- Underarm: $357
- Bikini line: $387
- Lip: $255
- Chin: $255
Your three personalized treatments will send you well on your way to hairless harmony, but results can vary depending on skin and hair type. Six treatments are typically required for full results. Call ahead to schedule an appointment.
One Yelper gives Deseret Aesthetic & Lifestyle Institute a perfect five stars. Here are some testimonials from Deseret’s website: > * How cool is Dr. Greg and his team at Deseret Aesthetics! They are so kind and so sweet! – Bette Sue, Deseret testimonial > * I can’t wait to go back to Deseret Aethestics [sic] – Michael, Deseret testimonial > * I want to thank Dr. Greg and his staff for helping me out, worrying about my comfort and for being so friendly!! – Kari C., Deseret testimonial
Axel Jackson: The End of the Adventure
With Demetrios’s laser-vaporizer aimed squarely at the unsuspecting visitors of Dolphin World and Axel’s hands tied behind his back, it would seem that the unlikely adventures of Axel Jackson, small-town cop turned big-time hero, had come to an end.
“Do you give up?” sneered Demetrios.
“Yes,” sighed Axel. “I want very badly to get some rest. And I should probably eat something. I don’t want to get into one of those times when you sleep and don’t eat and then wake up really hungry.”
“I know what you mean,” confided Demetrios. “Maybe we’re not so different, you and I,” mused the Science Soldier, insane and evil from years of insane and evil science and fighting.
“I guess so,” mumbled Axel. “I’m all out of fight, to be perfectly honest.”
“I can’t blame you,” admitted Demetrios. “After I destroy Dolphin World and send out a couple press releases, I could give you a ride home, if you want.”
“That would be great,” beamed Axel, whose grit and determination had allowed him to break his restraints and free his hands. “My hands are now free, Demetrios,” he murmured, his voice weak with exhaustion. “Could I borrow your keys and take a nap in your car?”
“Of course. Do you know which one is mine?” queried Demetrios.
“Yes,” replied Axel. He felt sorry for the soon-to-be-vaporized vacationers, but mostly he felt relieved to be going home.
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About 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.