The human face is among the most powerful of any animal, capable of launching a thousand ships and inspiring hundreds of uniquely expressive emoticons. Keep your versatile visage intact with today's Groupon: for $49, you get a glycolic peel, a Visia skin analysis, and one Remedy Skin Care product at LivingYoung Center in Seminole (up to a $145 total value).
Led by owner Katie Kaffai, the skincare professionals at LivingYoung Center supply a beautifying menu of medical spa services in a neutral oasis of sleek décor. Complex complexions are decoded during the 30-minute Visia skin analysis, which captures multidimensional images of specific skull blanket areas to detect sun damage, hyperpigmentation, porphyrins, and more. Derived from the sweetness of sugar cane, the glycolic peel (a $120 value) is a chemical treatment that sweet talks comatose skin cells into taking their naps elsewhere while helping to reduce fine lines, erase sun spots, and give faces a smoother appearance. As the appointment finishes, clients will receive information about proper skincare regimens along with one Remedy Skin Care product (up to a $25 value) to help maintain their complexion's newfound freshness.
Overseen by a magna cum laude graduate of Harvard University Medical School and owned by a former model cum medical aesthetician, LivingYoung Center represents the apex of medicine and beauty. Since board-certified plastic surgeon Karen Singer earned her MD at Harvard, the doctor has spent more than 30 years developing a deft, artistic approach to whittling the contours and lifting the slack skin of patients while sculpting her own body through competitive ballroom dancing and innovative use of shoulder pads. She acknowledges that there is no one-size-fits-all approach to any treatment, and so attends closely to her patients' aspirations to create slim, youthful exteriors or rejuvenate them from within with bio-identical hormone therapy.
During her decade as a model, owner Katie Kaffai discovered a scientific interest in beauty and evaluated industry methods for making faces glow, such as surprising tween mannequins with teddy bears. She sought clinical training in aesthetics and laser technology to formalize this experience, developing a program of high-tech, noninvasive treatments to develop camera-ready skin at the cellular level. Kaffai and Singer both belong to the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine to stay current with innovations in the field, and command an elite team that includes a doctor who specializes in facial anatomy in order to safely administer rejuvenating injections.