Skin-smoothing treatments can undo damage caused by years of unnecessary laughing, reckless winking, and experiencing sunshine. Recover from the joy of everyday life with today's Groupon.
$50 for a glycolic chemical peel (a $100 value)
$60 for a salicylic chemical peel (a $125 value)
$60 for a pyruvic chemical peel (a $125 value)
$70 for a mandelic chemical peel (a $140 value)
$250 for a Rejuvenating laser treatment (a $500 value)
Using experience accrued from her 25-plus years as a board-certified dermatologist, Dr. Mary Louise Lenahan and her professional team rejuvenate façades with chemical peels and laser treatments suited to each client’s skin needs. Four chemical peels address a range of epidermal issues: the glycolic peel works to balance irregular skin tone and hogtie the hands of time by targeting signs of aging. The pyruvic peel focuses on diminishing fine lines and wrinkles as it exfoliates, and the mandelic peel—optimal for sensitive or reactive skin—concentrates on mild chronoaging or photoaging and redness reduction. The blemish-targeting salicylic peel infuses mugs with a naturally derived beta hydroxy agent that helps to slough off oil, exfoliate cells, and unclog pores.
Alternatively, technicians wield a fractional, nonablative laser across light to moderate skin during the Rejuvenating laser treatment, which helps to diminish the appearance of fine lines, scarring, and stretch marks without any downtime. Faces may also reap the reward of increased collagen production and a general tightening of the tissue, forcing casual smirks into full-on grins.
Mary Louise Lenahan, MD General and Cosmetic Dermatology
Dr. Mary Louise Lenahan, a board-certified dermatologist for more than 25 years and chief of dermatology for the Catholic Health System, helms a team of highly trained professionals who evaluate and employ advanced skincare technologies to treat a range of epidermal needs. Experts use cosmetic lasers to treat rosacea, sun damage, and other planetary anomalies, and assorted cosmetic injectables—such as Botox, Dysport, and Sculptra—subdue curmudgeonly skin folds. Technicians also cosset complexions with chemical peels and extract unsightly facial and body hair from all skin types under the medically informed direction of Dr. Lenahan, who, in addition to being a member of the Buffalo-Rochester Dermatology Society, is also a fellow of the American Academy of Dermatology.