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What You'll Get
Taking care of your skin can make you look like a movie star, much like standing in front of a green wall and screaming in terror at an alien that no one can see. Get ready for your close-up with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $42 for one medical-grade chemical peel (a $95 value)
- $114 for three medical-grade chemical peels (a $285 value)
- $165 for five medical-grade chemical peels (a $475 value)
An esthetician performs the chemical peel under direct supervision from Dr. Patrick Smith, M.D. The esthetician first cleanses the face and then applies a thin layer of chemical solution that removes damaged, outer layers of skin. This stimulates the growth of new cells, which improves skin tone and reduces fine lines and age spots. After the treatment, patients may experience temporary redness, peeling, or slight pain in the treated area.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Nov 28, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Dr. P.X. Smith Medical Cosmetics
A longtime resident of Windsor, Dr. Patrick Smith, M.D. returned to the area after completing medical school and opened a family practice in 1987. He enjoyed the work but longed to transition into dermatology, for which he held both a passion and professional training. Years later, he assembled a team of estheticians and opened his namesake skincare clinic: Dr. P.X. Smith Medical Cosmetics.
Open for more than seven years, the clinic offers cosmetic and medical-grade services including Botox and Juvederm, laser skin-resurfacing treatments, and mole removal from both faces and lawns. Dr. Smith performs all medical consultations and directly supervises treatments performed by his highly trained staff.
As a skincare expert, the doctor is dedicated to educating his community about the dangers of excessive sun exposure. He worked at the Windsor Regional Cancer Centre before starting his family practice and coordinated the Mark Hunt Melanoma Awareness Fund-Raising Walk to heighten awareness of skin cancer, particularly malignant melanoma.