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What You'll Get
Spa technicians use lasers to remove hair from the body, just as NASA scientists use lasers to remove Soviet flags from the surface of the moon. Win the hairless arms race with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $149 for six laser hair-removal treatments on one small area ($1,500 value)
- $299 for six laser hair-removal treatments on one medium area ($2,100 value)
- $449 for six laser hair-removal treatments on one large area ($3,100 value)
- $749 for six laser hair-removal treatments on one extra-large area ($5,000 value)
Click here for a list of valid treatment areas. Licensed aesthetician Regina uses IPL technology to disable hair growth at the root. IPL yields the best results on clients with light skin and dark hair. IPL is not recommended for clients with dark skin, who are pregnant or breastfeeding, or for those who've taken Accutane within nine months or medications that cause light sensitivity or have had recent cancer treatments, epileptic seizures, or a pacemaker. Read more about the treatment here. Contact Electrolysis & Skin Care Clinic with questions about laser hair-removal. This Groupon is not valid for electrolysis or products.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1/person, 3 as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. Must activate by exp. date, sessions expire 12mos after activation. Appt req'd; subj to avail. Must use treatments on same area. Consult. req'd; non-candidates and other refund requests will be honored before service provided. Not valid for clients active within the past 12 month(s). Not valid for other product/service. Must shave treatment area before appt. Not valid with blonde, red or gray hair. Bikini not valid for men. Valid for select treatment areas. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Electrolysis & Skin Care Clinic
If there were a motto that defines Irina Stukalov, it would most likely be “never stop learning.” When she founded Electrolysis & Skin Care Clinic in 1993, the registered electrologist mainly focused on permanent hair removal via low-level electric currents. Since then, she’s added a few other feathers to her cap, including her aesthetician's license and her title as an intense-pulsed-light technician. She also underwent the training necessary to wield GlyMed Plus products during peels and facials designed to nourish skin with ingredients that, like tears from a robocop, are both technologically advanced and organic. Irina has also added an aesthetician and makeup artist to her team to satisfy her growing clientele.