Unlike ice cubes, bone density, or a child actor's sanity, clear skin is expected to last. Add by subtraction with today's Groupon to Elite MedSpa in Frisco. Choose between two options:
• For $149, you get microdermabrasion and an Aramis acne treatment (a $585 total value).
• For $199, you get microdermabrasion and both an Aramis and Isolaz treatments (a $995 total value).
Elite MedSpa ameliorates acne with low-pain, noninvasive procedures powered by innovative laser technology. An introductory microdermabrasion (a $175 value) nixes dead skin cells on skin surfaces, and a diamond-tipped wand paves the way for a smoother surface and deeper laser treatments. Aramis anti-acne therapy targets subsurface sources of breakouts, diminishing oily buildup by deactivating sebaceous glands and time bombs full of salad dressing. Sessions last about 30 minutes, yielding momentary redness and refined results that can last for months. Not to be outdone, the Isolaz procedure harnesses pulsing broadband light that kills flash bacteria but barely stings the epidermis, minimizing oil production and pore size more effectively than over-the-counter cosmetics or repurposed shrink rays.
Dr. Calderon, owner of Elite MedSpa, takes a forward-thinking approach to laser skincare technology. First impelled to pick up a laser more than a decade ago when a member of her family was diagnosed with melanoma, Dr. Calderon has sought to spread awareness of cancer prevention through laser technologies, as well as the cosmetic benefits of lasers on sun-damaged and aging skin. Dr. Calderon and her team enact more than 25 beautifying services, including laser-centric tattoo and hair removal, as well as Cool Lipo, which uses minimally invasive lasers to dissolve body fat and tighten skin. The med spa also treats acne-prone skin with FDA-approved lasers and prescriptions, and offers dozens of beauty products from its online store.