It may be a few more millennia before human evolution finally gets around to erasing unwanted hair along your lip, chin, and bikini line. Today's deal will cover you until then with a package of three hair removal treatments of your choice at LaserAway—up to a $900 value—for $185. You can use your Groupon at any of four locations: Marina Del Rey, Santa Monica, West Hollywood, and Woodland Hills,
Unlike the candle-cruelty of waxing and the barbaric ripping away of hair, laserful light is a quick, safe, and effective method for removing unwanted follicles. A state-of-the-art laser directly targets individual follicles, effectively treating unwanted hair with maximum comfort. LaserAway’s medical professionals are all experienced (40,000 treatments and counting) and fully qualified to administer a variety of services that fit your individual needs. Pick your three treatments from the choices of standard bikini treatment ($150 for women, $300 for men), brow line ($99), chin ($99), ears ($99), feet and toes ($99), hands and fingers ($99), lip ($99), underarms ($150), and more.
If everything in our lives could be safely and professionally lasered away by state-of-the-art, politely mannered lasers, our embarrassing moments, soup stains, parking violations, and ugly family-obligated sweaters would all vanish in a flash. As it stands, lasers can at least get you streamlined and smooth for Slip n' Slide season.
Two Groupons can be used for any service other than bikini treatments, which have a limit of one. Call 14 days in advance to schedule your appointment.
- I get Laser Hair removal — no more waxing! — at LaserAway. They are the best. – Kim Kardashian, LaserAway Testimonial
- I've had two treatments and have seen better results than all my previous treatments at other spots combined. – mstevens99, Citysearch
- The laser approach is faster, easier, and neater than waxing, shaving, or epilating products. I did not have burning, scarring, peeling or even any "after effects" of the treatment. – whyvetty, Citysearch
Gadgets of the Future
Lasers are one of the only science fiction-style gadgets that have actually been created in the real world. Here are a few other futuristic contraptions that have yet to be created:
Hoverboards: A common urban myth states that real flying skateboards like the ones seen in Back to the Future Part II were actually made for that film’s production. This is not true. They did, however, use real bullets for the scene where Doc Brown is shot by Libyan terrorists, but because actor Christopher Lloyd has bulletproof skin, the bullets had no effect.
Androids: While Japanese scientists are working on humanoid robots, their designs are not yet indistinguishable from humans. Once the robots do look exactly like people, humans can expect to fall in love with the handsome robots, only to have their hearts broken when they realize that for the androids, love is just a computer program. But is it so different for us?
Flying Cars: THEY DO EXIST! But the government doesn’t want you to know. Why? Because the flying cars cause emphysema. Still, they should let you decide if the risk is worth it.
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Since opening its doors in 2006, LaserAway has accumulated over 25 locations throughout California, Arizona, Nevada, and New York, and even earned a spot on an episode of Keeping Up with the Kardashians. And there's a good reason for all the publicity: the clinic's multiple state-of-the-art laser treatments can comfortably and efficiently do anything from treat signs of sun damage to remove tattoos and unwanted body hair.
The fully-licensed medical professionals here don't spend all their time beautifying skin and entertaining stray cats with high-tech laser technology, though. They also flatten out wrinkles with targeted doses of Botox and Juvéderm, work to erase Father Time's fingerprints with radio-frequency-based Thermage treatments, and help to expunge stubborn fat deposits and reduce cellulite with VelaShape treatments. And no matter the treatment, these friendly technicians are always happy to explain the intricacies of skincare.