The majority of real-life lasers are productive members of society, contrary to their negative Hollywood portrayals as family shrinkers and stealers of guns’ jobs. Discover the truth with today’s Groupon to La Bella Salon in Lindale. Choose from the following options:
- For $99, you get four laser hair-removal treatments on any one small area (up to a $450 value).
- For $299, you get four laser hair-removal treatments on any one medium area (up to a $900 value).
- For $499, you get four laser hair-removal treatments on any one large area (up to a $1,800 value). <p>
La Bella Salon’s estimable technician uses Alma Harmony laser technology to liberate patrons from burdensome bristle. Clients first select which protoplasmic zip code they would like to fleece during a brief consultation, after which technicians send soft pulses of light over the targeted area to playfully simulate a lightening storm. While customers daydream about galoshes or life as Tony Micelli, the intense beams quietly pass through their skin to disable hairs at their roots.
La Bella encourages patrons to spread treatments out in six-week intervals to most effectively slow follicular regeneration. The relatively short treatment sessions—it takes about 30 minutes for a facial hair-removal treatment—vary in length based on which area patrons have targeted and the stability of any nearby ruptures in space-time.
Though La Bella Salon finds that four treatments are usually enough to banish unwanted hairs, customers may purchase two Groupons to be safe or to treat two areas.
La Bella Salon
The trained staff at La Bella Salon combine classic beauty rituals, such as manicures and waxing, with modern aesthetic techniques, such as laser hair removal for every skin shade. Not far from the glimmer of an onsite jewelry shop, trained stylists sculpt flattering 'dos with Biolage and Wella products, and aestheticians personalize facials to each forehead crease. Massage therapists drain stress reserves with soothing strokes and ensure that their craft lives on by teaching massage-instruction programs and hiring monks to transcribe their cosmetic handbook word by word.