Like peeling an orange, removing layers of dead skin cells from the face reveals a plump surface beneath that is precisely divided into 10 triangles. Polish your personal produce with today's Groupon: for $99 for two microdermabrasion treatments and two basic chemical peels at Fit & Beautiful Medical Spa in Carrollton (a $396 value).
Fit & Beautiful Medical Spa's licensed staffers animate visages with microdermabrasion and chemical peel treatments. During 45-minute microdermabrasion sessions, the diamond-tip system’s microcrystals buff the expression maker before the wand latches onto dead skin cells. The noninvasive procedure works efficiently to improve the complexions overall texture and tone and may ease damage accrued from sun exposure, acne, and nuzzling a panini press.
Faces find silky solace in to one of three chemical peels during each 20-minute service. While a glycolic peel focuses more on diminishing wrinkles and a salicylic solution combats acne camped along the facescape, a treatment of lactic acid is geared towards lightening sunspots and freckles forming connect-the-dot portraits of Orion’s leisure suit. Though most skin tones can benefit from this service, the best results have been seen on fair skin framed by naturally light hair.
This Groupon may be used across multiple visits, and can be applied towards other services (excluding injections) if the client is deemed ineligible for the specific service. Additionally, some clients may be eligible to receive each treatment back-to-back, which will also be determined by a trained tech.
Fit & Beautiful Medical Spa
Fit & Beautiful Medical Spa has assembled a team of experts to perform its roster of beauty-boosting treatments. With a background in biochemistry, osteopathology, and family medicine, Dr. Guillermo Fuentes has the know-how to defeat wrinkles with injectable solutions. Heather Bronstad—an aesthetician certified by National Laser Institute—harnesses the power of light to dismantle follicles, eradicate spider veins, and destroy undeveloped film of people kissing their bathroom mirrors. After growing up in her mother's salon, Tracie McKenzie went on to forge her own path in the beauty and skincare industry as a licensed aesthetician, and she now improves the texture and tone of epidermises with lactic and glycolic chemical peels as well as designer peels by SkinMedica.