Light comes in many forms—be it beautiful, like a rainbow, practical, like a laser, or awe-inspiring, like an applause sign’s first live studio performance. Harness the beautifying power of light with today's Groupon: for $799, you get six Zerona body-slimming laser treatments at Lean Logic in Freeport (an $1,800 value).
Under the expert guidance of Dr. Beverly Towne, the staff at Lean Logic harnesses the FDA-approved Zerona cold-laser technology, designed to reduce corporeal circumferences by an average of 3.5 inches. During each session, clients relax beneath a beam-slinging apparatus for 40 minutes as it glides low-light lasers over their waistline, back, hips, and thighs, emulsifying adipose tissue so that fat can sneak its way out of the body. The disintegrated lipid depots can then be absorbed by the body’s obsessively tidy lymphatic system and expelled through the body’s natural detoxification process and complex system of water-slides. The noninvasive treatment does not require any recovery time.
Technicians perform the six treatments over the span of two weeks. Patients can boost results with healthy eating habits, daily exercise, and regular hydration. Like sumo-wrestling costumes, caffeine and alcohol decrease the procedure’s potency.
Modern technology melds with old-fashioned medical know-how at Lean Logic, where medical technicians use new computer, laser, and lab systems to chart and aid in body beautification. Body hair, typically banished via tweezers, razors, waxing, or proclamation by a medieval king, fades from sight under the rays of Cynosure's Elite aesthetic workstation. The award-winning laser can treat all skin types, fade facial and leg spider veins, and ease sunspot prominence. Through hormone-replacement therapy, the staff infuses hormone-deprived bodies with bio-identical testosterone or estrogen to boost energy and vitality. They also chart clients' existing or potential personal-health issues by tapping a number of affiliated laboratories with equipment such as ultrasound diagnostic systems, dual-energy-x-ray-absorptiometry machines, and genomic analyzers.