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What You'll Get
Body wraps were invented by the Egyptians, who somehow knew mankind would one day need mummies to play the saxophone solos in Halloween party songs. Do the mash with today's Groupon: for $49, you get a body-wrap treatment from Deseret Aesthetic & Lifestyle Institute, a $175 value.
Deseret's licensed and certifiably friendly technicians are poised to cloak clients in detoxifying body wraps engineered to jumpstart weight loss. Bodies, the flesh sacks that keep us from walking through walls, hoard toxins that manifest in undesirable fat deposits. Body wraps encourage cells to suck up integral minerals and release the waste that is usually stored in muffin tops and croissant handles. Spending quality time in swaddling clothes can leave you feeling energized and significantly tightened with the possibility of shedding anywhere from 6–20 inches off your waistline.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 11, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 5 per person. By appointment only. Not valid for women who are pregnant. Must be 18 or older; if younger than 18, guardian consent required. Must be in good health. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
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.