Facial wrinkles slowly deepen over time, much like the Colorado River cutting through the Grand Canyon or holes dug by turtle-operated drilling rigs. Rewind the formation of facial crevices with today's Groupon: for $280, you get two IPL laser photofacial treatments (a $280 value each) at Laser M.D. Cosmetics on Woodruff Avenue in Long Beach (a $560 total value).
A laser leader since 2002, Dr. Dennis Clark has developed state-of-the-art phototherapies with a full spectrum of lasers designed to unpop the kernels of aging found around the visage. IPL Laser photofacial treatment is an enhanced skin-rejuvenation procedure that employs light beams to reduce wrinkles and discourage further facial furrows. The valiant rays take a noninvasive Excalibur to sun spots and discoloration while steamrolling the mask mountains of acne scarring by encouraging collagen growth.
Discomfort is generally mild and can be counteracted with a topical anesthetic, and recovery time generally consists of a few short hours of redness followed by a steady stream of compliments and air-blown kisses. Depending on an individual's medical conditions and long-term skin scheme, which will be discussed during the complimentary consultation, treatments may require more than two sessions; customers may purchase two Groupons to aid their backward journey through time. This deal also gets buyers 15% off further treatments (including fillers and botox) not including hair removal.
Laser M.D. Cosmetics
Within a private, discreet medical setting, board-certified internist and laser-therapy innovator Dr. Dennis Clark leads Laser M.D. Cosmetics' staff as they work to rejuvenate skin using advanced nonsurgical technology. The team uses the Venus-i system for skin resurfacing and performs multiple procedures using the versatile Alma Harmony, which keeps patients comfortable by offering them a choice of a cooled hand piece, noncooled hand piece, or hand piece that gives hugs. This broad treatment range allows Dr. Clark to address issues including wrinkles, spider veins, and unwanted hair and tattoos. The staff also employs injectables such as Botox and Juvéderm to turn back time on human clock faces.
3816 Woodruff Ave.
Long Beach, California 90808Get Directions