Much like the sale of sardines at movie-theater concession stands, the popularity of laser hair-removal treatments is evidence that most people secretly long to be dolphins. Get smooth and sleek with today's Groupon: for $85, you get three laser hair-removal treatments at Laser Derm Med Spa in Brownsville (up to an $855 value).
Implementing the latest In-Motion technology, Laser Derm Med Spa's laser technicians remove unwanted strands with practically painless precision. During each 15–20-minute session, infrared diode lasers slowly heat hair follicles to help rid skin surfaces of unwanted fuzz. In-Motion technology works in tandem with a patented DualChill device to help increase skin coolness and comfort during each treatment, moving in a sweeping motion that helps prevent missed spots. Skin-scaping professionals mow lip lawns (a $165 value/session) and chin straps (a $180 value/session) to produce smoother, more aerodynamic skin and clear clients' happy trails (a $285 value/session) of stray bramble patches and tumbleweeds. Sideburn (a $240 value/session) and underarm (a $240 value/session) hair removal helps un-fuzz the body's left and right flanks, and unibrow separation (a $75 value/session) can help eliminate the facial land bridges lashes use to migrate from one eye to the other.
Maximum results for hair removal generally require 4–6 treatments per area.
Laser Derm Med Spa
Dr. Lorenzo Pelly, a board-certified physician with 36 years of experience, leads a team of laser-wielding technicians while providing relaxation and aesthetic services. A certified laser technician consults with patients to discuss their problems and concerns before laying out a custom treatment outline. Plans often center around the use of laser technology, which can support Laser Derm's virtually pain-free hair-removal, skin-tightening, and teeth-whitening treatments. Of course, the center is also a full-service spa, and as such, clients will also find a full range of beautifying services, including facials, spray tanning, and eyelash extensions.