Father Time wears on the faces of all people, especially those who challenge him on the amateur boxing circuit. Undo the uppercuts of age with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $39 for one facial-resurfacing or chemical-exfoliation treatment (an $85 value)
- $99 for three facial-resurfacing or chemical-exfoliation treatments (a $255 value)
- $149 for five facial-resurfacing or chemical-exfoliation treatments (a $425 value)
After a 20-minute consultation, the aesthetician works to reduce the appearance of fine lines, brown spots, acne, and rosacea by removing the outermost layer of skin. Whereas resurfacing works by boosting cellular turnover, chemical exfoliation speeds up the rate at which dead cells are shed. Both treatments work best when administered every two weeks for six sessions.
Licensed aesthetician Deborah Bonjouklian, a graduate of Gary Manuel Aveda Institute, sees no sense in working so hard to beautify faces while leaving the other visible parts of the skin untouched. That’s why she examines the face along with the arms and hands during her consultations, ensuring all exposed areas look sufficiently smooth.
Yet her specialty remains treating faces. After learning about each client’s skin, she blends formulas of pumpkin, alpha peptide, and salicylic acid to gently remove dead skin and reveal the healthy-looking layer resting beneath. The resulting cellular turnover helps reduce the appearance of skin conditions such as fine lines, acne, age spots, and scarring.
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“Loved this experience, felt very pampered - and well informed on my skin and its current condition as well as things I might be able to do in the future to keep my...”
“Loved this experience, felt very pampered - and well informed on my skin and its current condition as well as things I might be able to do in the future to keep my skin looking youthful. Loved that there was no pressure to buy any products or to make the next appointment. I like to make that decision on my own, and I will definitely make another appointment in the near future!”