Like an acrylic bathtub, improperly maintained skin can wind up dull, cracked, and littered with derelict rubber duckies. Restore porcelain smoothness with today’s Groupon to HealthPoint RX, valid at locations in Concord and Cornelius. Choose between the following options:
- For $135, you get up to 20 units of Botox (up to a $280 value).
- For $129, you get sclerotherapy treatments for six veins (up to a $350 value).<p>
At HealthPoint RX, experienced clinicians carry out sclerotherapy treatments over the course of 30 minutes to help eradicate spider and varicose veins by injecting a sterile chemical solution that irritates the lining of recreant vessels. Technicians use miniscule needles and trust falls to get the serum acquainted with veins, with one dose of serum providing enough kick to knock out an inch of vein. The irritated lining causes veins to harden and gradually recede from view within four weeks. Staff members recommend that clients wear compression, support, or garden hose after the treatment to minimize discomfort.
Alternatively, help exile traitorous wrinkles from facial kingdoms with Botox injections that require zero downtime. After an initial consultation, tiny needles slip below patients’ skins to deliver up to 20 injections, foiling muscle contractions with precisely delivered potions and cell-size banana peels. Patients can choose to rid frontispieces of glabellar frown lines (12–15 units), forehead creases (10–14 units), or crow’s feet (approximately 20 units). Once pricked, the offending tissue loses its ability to furrow, generally leading to pristine smoothness in three to five days. Muscles remain obediently immobile for up to three to four months, during which time the shoulders and back take in their mail and water their plants.
Botox may cause serious side effects that can be life threatening, including problems swallowing, speaking, or breathing. Read all safety considerations for Botox here.
Both co-owners of HealthPoint RX help patients decide what to put in their bodies—family nurse practitioner Ginger Dailey by recommending medications and delivering injections of Botox and Juvéderm, and licensed dietician Annsley Ulrich by designing nutrition plans. Together, they run a facility where sclerotherapy vanquishes spider veins and appetite suppressants curb the urge to splice your genes with those of a cake. Perhaps most importantly, their monthly nutritional counseling outfits clients with personalized meal plans, a practice that helps them lose weight without endangering their health.