Unwanted hairs are like weeds that sprout on the garden of your body, and just as when removing weeds, excess hair should be decimated with a laser. Vaporize rogue follicles with today’s Groupon: for $125, you get up to three laser hair-removal treatments at Mana Medical Spa, located in Jacksonville Beach. Present your Groupon and you're also eligible for a buy-one-get-one-free microdermabrasion, Synergie cellulite treatment, or massage (treatments must be of the same kind and cannot be shared among friends).
A warm environment and professional staff greets hominids at Mana Medical Spa, whose careful treatments can buff the soul sacks of all skin types, genders, and Thetan levels. Using potent Palomar StarLux 500 laser technology, the friendly physician assistant zaps away undesirable fuzz in a few quick, safe, and effective procedures without damaging the structure of the skin. Use your three sessions to whisk away wisps of the upper lip, chin, brow, ears, neck (choose either the front or back), underarms, bikini line, toes, inner thigh, or belly-button line. Or opt to apply the value of two treatments toward one session on the back, lower legs, chest, or stomach, and still have one left over for one of the smaller-area treatments. Pleasant lighting and elegant décor underscore the welcoming vibe of Mana's comfy studio, relaxing fibers before their ceremonial departure.
Though once useful for intimidating the predatory cactus and surviving long winters of Coach reruns, most body hairs have overstayed their evolutionary welcome. The friendly staff at Mana Medical Spa can freshen the follicle patches with deft flair and precision, making today's Groupon a fine option for beach bodies. Call ahead to schedule an appointment.
Most people need 8–14 treatments for the process to be fully effective.
Mana Medical Spa
Under the guidance of Dr. John Morello and Sherri Frith, P.A - C., Mana Medical Spa's skincare specialists help patients "enhance their Mana," or essence, with wrinkle- and stress-reducing treatments. During facials and peels, aesthetician, Elise Becker, cloaks reposing mugs in a collagen-renewing formula to fade indicators of time, such as fine lines and page-a-day calendars grafted to foreheads.