I looked at the list of treatment areas and I am interested in doing the underarms, which is originally $300.00 but when I calculated with a 67% discount it should've just been $99 for 3 sessions. The $199 pricing is based on the highest priced treatment of a small area, which is a little bit misleading, then it's not really a 67% off plus you also recommend 6 sessions for more effective results. It would even be more unfair if a client chose a chin/eyebrow/upper or lower lip area because they are $225 (original) and the discount starts at $199. Maybe the pricing needs to be revised? Unless I'm the only who noticed this...
Michelle H. asked on Aug 9, 2012
Hi Michelle: There are various popular treatment options offered in each category. Some options represent a better value than others, however since this promotion is not offered as a "voucher", rather as a variety of treatment options, there will be some options that present a greater discount than others. The underarms are a very popular treatment choice, and at this pricing still represent a nice discount for the quality of treatment provided. We do recommend a minimum of 6 treatments to effectively reduce the hair growth in a treatment area, therefore multiple Groupons can be purchased per customer. Aloha, HPSA Staff
Todd M. from Merchant replied on Aug 10, 2012