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What You'll Get
Skin-smoothing treatments can undo damage caused by years of unnecessary laughing, reckless winking, and experiencing sunshine. Recover from the joy of everyday life with today's Groupon: for $59, you get a chemical peel at Lean Logic in Freeport (a $130 value).
Overseen by Dr. Beverly Towne, Lean Logic addresses weight and skincare concerns with particular emphasis on men and women aged 35 and up. Epidermal experts begin each chemical peel by thoroughly cleansing mugs to remove excess oils and clown makeup before brushing skin with a chemical solution customized to the patient’s skin type and previous experience with peels. The solution brightens skin and may help fade hyperpigmentation by sloughing off outer layers and stimulating the emergence of fresh cells. Accelerated cellular turnover can also help improve the appearance of mild scarring as well as fine lines and wrinkles caused by sun damage, aging, or flying coach. Each treatment lasts approximately 45 minutes.
The Fine Print
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About Lean Logic
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.