Every time dead skin cells are removed from your body, they reveal a new layer of skin, until finally, all that remains is a Russian matryoshka doll painted to resemble your skeleton. Reveal the radiance that lies beneath with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $275 for a Pixel laser resurfacing facial treatment (a $550 value)
- $499 for two Pixel laser resurfacing facial treatments (a $1,100 value)
An ablative laser precisely perforates the skin with microscopic beams, which can stimulate collagen production and renew skin cells for a firmer, smoother complexion. Pixel laser resurfacing treatments can be scheduled for Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and one floating Saturday per month.
Institute of Cosmetic Surgery
Board-certified plastic surgeon, Dr. Abdel Kader Fustok, is a worldly man. A Syrian native, the doctor began an educational journey in 1962 that brought him from Lebanon to France, but it wasn't until after receiving his medical degree in the early 1980s that Dr. Fustok decided to take one more trip across the world. His final destination: Houston. Since 1982, Dr. Fustok—a member of the Texas Medical Association and Rotary International Health Foundation—has contoured bodies at his private plastic-surgery practice, Institute of Cosmetic Surgery. But to stay ahead of the beauty curve, Dr. Fustok relies on noninvasive med-spa treatments, such as laser skin resurfacing and dermal fillers. Outside the office, the doctor's personal publications enlighten the medical world on advanced breast-reconstruction techniques, hair-replacement surgery, and how to outsmart Father Time with a stopwatch and blindfold.
71% of 14 customers recommend
“The laser technician is very knowledgeable. However, everyone interested in buying this Groupon should be aware that parking is $5 per visit. This might be a deal...”
“The laser technician is very knowledgeable. However, everyone interested in buying this Groupon should be aware that parking is $5 per visit. This might be a deal breaker for some looking for the best deal.”