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What You'll Get
Tattoo removal keeps shiftless lasers occupied during their spare time, which would otherwise be spent harassing cats and blinding the Hubble. Give a beam a new purpose with today's Groupon to Glow Skincare at Platinum Salon. Choose from the following options:
For $69, you get a facial package (a $145 total value), which includes:
- Oxygen facial (an $85 value)
- Full microdermabrasion (a $60 value à la carte)
For $50, you get a laser tattoo-removal treatment for an area of up to 4 square inches (up to a $250 value).
For $150, you get a laser tattoo-removal treatment for an area of up to 10 square inches (up to a $300 value).
Glow Skincare at Platinum Salon enlists an aesthetically trained registered nurse an experienced aesthetician to wage war on epidermal imperfections under the medical direction of board-certified Dr. J.D. Rosdeutscher. Streams of pressurized air pour over complexions during the oxygen facial to help spur collagen growth and blow away clingy blemishes. Afterwards, the aestheticians trace a crystal-free diamond tip across faces to exfoliate the skin during the microdermabrasion treatment that can thwart signs of aging by targeting fine lines, pigmentation, and the foot prints left by Father Time's messenger crows.
For inked skin that has lost its novelty appeal, the salon's Medlite laser casts concentrated beams onto unscanable barcode tattoos and shatters the design without damaging the neighboring tissue. The body's natural filtering system gradually removes the targeted ink over time, which will vary in duration depending on the ink's colors, quantity, depth, and resemblance to a freckle. The tattoo detachers cosset inked areas with topical anesthetic and ice to ease discomfort.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 6, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. New clients only. Valid only for 1-color tattoos. Extra fee for multi-colors. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.