Looking younger often requires standing next to something much older, such as a brontosaurus femur or the future. Increase your rejuvenated allure anywhere with today's Groupon to Elite Medical Skin & Laser Center in Spring. Choose between the following options:
- For $49, you get one month of indoor Fit Body boot camp, including a personalized consultation and a diet and fitness plan (a $197 value).
- For $69, you get a detoxifying European body wrap (a $179 value).
Elite Medical Skin & Laser Center's board-certified Dr. Christine Cheng and her professional staff beautify bodies within a regal palace kept peaceful by its no-children policy. Patrons partaking in the European body wrap bundle up in warm cotton strips soaked in an aloe-based elixir. Designed primarily to bolster lymphatic systems and naturally detoxify while sloughing away 5–14 inches of body mass, this treatment can tighten loose tissues and even diminish scars. Torso tacos stay toasty in a body suit and blanket for 60–90 minutes while browsing a magazine or penning an essay on a provided computer about the pros and cons of staring at the sun. Slender seekers should drink 3–4 liters of water postwrap, and keep off inches with healthy habits and inch-repelling chainmail. Groupon grabbers who want to highlight their freshly nourished bodies with a spray Fantasy Tan ($35) can take $25 off, gifting physiques a bronze that lasts approximately seven days.
Surefooted fitness fanatics can opt for one month of daily Fit Body boot camp. Prior to sweaty sessions, participants partake in a personalized consultation, where they take measurements, craft a meal plan, and design a customized fitness schedule. Health hunters commit to one of several time slots, during which small groups gather indoors to complete their daily communal solitaire game and perspire away the pounds under the practiced eye of an attentive trainer, who devotes personal attention to each booted athlete.
Elite Medical Skin & Laser Center
Dr. Mary Katherine Henson earned her Bachelor of Science degree from the Texas Woman's University. After working in a variety of hospitals and after completing medical school, she now works as the head of Elite Medical Skin & Laser Center, where she supervises a team of highly trained technicians as they wield microcrystals, lasers, and gentle chemical solutions in the quest to boost beauty. The center partners with glo therapeutics, whose pharmaceutical-grade products power services that can be adapted to treat such common skin problems as lack of hydration and excess coal-mine soot. These kisser polishings take place in sunny yellow treatment rooms, where technicians also target fat cells with the vacuum-assisted radio frequency of Elite body contouring and attack pesky hair follicles and spider veins with blasts from a laser.