Before being discovered by med spas, lasers were used exclusively for slicing turkeys during space Thanksgiving. Give thanks for lasers with this Groupon.
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- $119 for six laser hair-removal sessions on a small area (up to a $1,790 value)
- $299 for six laser hair-removal sessions on a large area (up to a $2,767 value)
Board-certified electrologist Lisia Cooley-Walch flexed her skin-smoothing know-how when she served as the president of The Society for Clinical & Medical Hair Removal. Now, Lisia’s Electrolysis & Laser Hair Removal’s team vanquishes unwanted fuzz from the face, body, and dryer-lint trap with the GentleLase system. The laser sizzles with heat that not only breaks down current bristles but also stunts future growth by disabling them at the follicle level. As the beams penetrate the skin’s surface, they tread lightly around delicate pores and napping dimples so as not to damage these features on their pigment-thirsty quests. The device’s cooling handpiece keeps patients comfy as follicles flee. Because body hair sometimes wages a counterattack on removal efforts, most patients require four to six treatments for permanent strand reduction.
Lisia's Electrolysis & Laser Hair Removal
In a 2007 interview with Skin Inc. magazine, Lisia Cooley-Walch shares why she was drawn from her background in cosmetology toward the realms of electrology and electrolysis. Rather than simply sculpting a new hairstyle, the hair-removal specialist favored skincare and hair removal because it allowed her to reach more than just her clients' reflections. While she enjoys helping her clients look better, she is more concerned about helping them feel better. At her business in Big Rapids, the once-president of The Society for Clinical and Medical Hair Removal Organization utilizes intense-pulsed-light technology to improve skin conditions and eliminate unwanted hair. Hair-removal treatments are performed with GentleLase, an FDA-approved long-pulse system that disables follicle production with heat while simultaneously cooling the skin with a smooth layer of Miles Davis' leftover valve oil.