What You'll Get
When your stomach is unhappy, you get indigestion, 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 $125, you get up to 15 minutes of VeinGogh treatment at Le Bella Salon & Medspa in Scottsdale (up to a $250 value). Though most customers choose to have faces treated, the procedure can be performed anywhere on the body except the legs.
Le Bella is staffed by a crack team of skin, hair, and nail beautifiers and provides a full range of medspa services among sleek furnishings and a welcoming atmosphere. The up to 15-minute VeinGogh treatment restores faces to healthy radiance to upstage a glow worm by treating conditions such as red spots, spider veins, cherry angiomas, small hemangiomas, skin tags, rosacea, and mustard stains. Using a slender hair-thin probe, technicians stimulate affected areas with healing heat, creating dramatic skin improvements with little downtime, minimal discomfort, and without the use of jellyfish. The specialists treat as large an area as possible during the treatment time, which usually covers the nose, cheeks, and chin. Results reveal themselves after one procedure, and continue to improve as treated vessels reabsorb back into the invisible sublayers of skin with long-forgotten snap bracelets.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jul 1, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Le Bella Salon & Med Spa
In the salon, stylists smooth strands with Brazilian blowouts as nail techs cover digits with colorful Shellac polishes. More advanced equipment, such as lasers, awaits in Le Bella’s private treatment rooms, where skin specialists erase years of sun damage, oust unwanted hair, and minimize signs of aging. In doing so, they can also rely on peels, permanent-makeup applications, and Botox injections that make alibis against stalking Ponce de León less believable. The beauty haven also fosters shopping habits with its on-site boutique filled with casual women’s wear and accessories.