While one-person candlelit dinners and solo weekend getaways are effective ways to love yourself, self-wooing is often stymied by the physical impossibility of whispering sweet nothings into your own ear. Lavish some attention on your form with today's Groupon to Plastic Surgery Associates of Northern Virginia, located in McLean. In keeping with the practice's pursuit of beauty, some pages on the site feature the female form in its purest, least cloth-burdened state, and, as such, should be entered with discretion. Choose from two treatment options:
- For $125, you get one SmoothShapes cellulite treatment (a $249 value)
- For $75, you get one HydraFacial (a $150 value)
Dr. Bruce Freedman and his team of body beautifiers offer a slew of rejuvenating skin and body services in a private, comfortable setting. Relax with a painless SmoothShapes treatment, a non-invasive way to reduce cellulite in targeted areas. A roller that combines dynamic laser and light energy glides over the selected region as it concurrently vacuums and massages, leaving you with smooth skin that doesn't want to be hidden away under a parka. Or, opt to treat your frontispiece with a soothing HydraFacial, which erases fine lines, wrinkles, and blemishes, all while delivering hydration. Both procedures are downtime free, letting you parade your pampered physique around the barbed-wire factory post-haste.
Plastic Surgery Associates of Northern Virginia
At Plastic Surgery Associates of Northern Virginia, Dr. Bruce Freedman calls on his Duke University School of Medicine degree and his NYU aesthetic-surgery fellowship to perform surgical and nonsurgical cosmetic procedures with a steady hand. Dr. Freedman—who is also an assistant professor at Georgetown and has been published in more than 40 medical journals and textbooks—relies on a talented staff that includes licensed, registered nurses. Together, they perform such procedures as breast augmentation, tummy tucks, and face-lifts, as well as less invasive laser therapies and chemical peels to treat skin and remove hair. When not beautifying bodies, Dr. Freedman continues to advance his medical research, developing novel cosmetic and aesthetic techniques such as combining lasers with surgery or performing facials on amoebas.