Before waxing, unwanted hair was given impossible brainteasers with the hope that follicles would pull themselves out in frustration. Celebrate swift hair removal with today’s Groupon to Hometown Laser Clinic and Spa. Choose from the following options:
- For $99, you get six laser hair-removal sessions for an extra-small area (up to a $360 value). Click here for a list of available treatment areas.
- For $189, you get six laser hair-removal sessions for a small area (up to a $780 value). Click here for a list of available treatment areas.
- For $249, you get six laser hair-removal sessions for a medium area (up to a $1,200 value). Click here for a list of available treatment areas.
- For $349, you get six laser hair-removal sessions for a large area (up to a $1,950 value). Click here for a list of available treatment areas.
Hometown Laser Clinic and Spa’s certified technicians seek to permanently stymie hair growth on skin of all tones with the LightSheer laser’s powerful pulses. As patients recline, the handheld laser deploys light energy deep into the follicle, destroying each hair’s ability to grow back or hoard cookie crumbs. Small, sensitive facial areas such as the cheeks and lip appreciate the power of the laser’s cooling tip as they shed unwanted fuzz; large swaths of skin such as the back and legs can also flaunt newfound hairlessness. Laser technicians can gauge the optimal number of treatments for each individual, but an average of three to seven sessions renders skin as smooth as a fast-talking porpoise.
Though Hometown Laser Clinic and Spa sometimes features a discounted price online, this Groupon still offers the best deal available.
Hometown Laser Clinic & Spa
The technicians and aestheticians at Hometown Laser Clinic & Spa wield focused light to eliminate cellulite or fat, tighten the skin, and remove hair. They also pamper bodies with less invasive spa treatments, such as facials that utilize Canadian-based Dr Renaud skin products, the same ones supplied to the 2010 Oscars. And no matter what the treatment—body contouring with radio frequency or a basic massage—aestheticians provide free consultations to answer questions about what to expect and swap needlepoint advice.