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March 21, 2012
What You'll Get
When your stomach is unhappy, you get a stomachache, but when your face is unhappy, it drags you around by your tongue and makes your mouth hold a pen to write yourself an angry letter. Keep your face happy with today's Groupon. For $40, you get an exfoliating HydraFacial (a $100 value) at Kansas City Dermatology in Overland Park.
Vastly preferred over the HydraulicFacial, which can cause the face to ostentatiously bounce up and down while cruising the streets, Kansas City Dermatology's 30-minute HydraFacial offers a more comfortable alternative to macrodermabrasion and is particularly suited to acne-riddled skull-rinds. The treatment begins with a cleanse to scrub away any dirt or blemishy chutzpah from seasons past, then chases it with a gentle exfoliation process that removes dead skin cells to make room for younger, more rambunctious skin. Dr. McCune and his experienced staff will then apply an antioxidant-filled treatment to rustproof your flesh emoticon against inclement weather. A final hydrating formula gives your face a radiant glow that is usually only achieved by combining stained glass with sainthood.
Unlike fading adolescent memories such as pizza parties and roller skates, physical remnants of acne can reemerge at any time during adulthood. Even if you follow a rigorous skincare routine, you likely lack the tools necessary to really probe into your pores and de-clog them from all the makeup, dirt, and gunk trapped inside. Facial rejuvenation does great things and can help reduce wrinkles, firm up skin, and get rid of bothersome blackheads. Experts advise getting one every four to six weeks due to skin regeneration, or at least seasonally. Call ahead to schedule your HydraFacial at Kansas City Dermatology.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Feb 13, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. By appointment only. No cash back. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.