Losing weight can help you fit into clothes from your younger days, such as the wedding dress your parents forced you to wear on the first day of preschool. Turn back time with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $69 for 2 ultrasonic-cavitation body-sculpting treatments (a $200 value)
- $109 for 4 ultrasonic-cavitation body-sculpting treatments (a $400 value)
- $139 for 6 ultrasonic-cavitation body-sculpting treatments (a $600 value)
- $159 for 8 ultrasonic-cavitation body-sculpting treatments (an $800 value)
During each 20- to 40-minute ultrasonic-cavitation treatment, technicians suffuse trouble spots with ultrasonic energy designed to break up and release fat cells and tone the skin without the pain, downtime, or cost of liposuction. Customers attend a consultation beforehand to determine the best treatment plan, and a series of 8 treatments is recommended for the most-noticeable results.
Clients space out to the strains of meditational music during treatments at Midwest Anti-Aging, a place where the experience of each skin service is almost as important as its results. Aestheticians examine the skin’s composition before each facial so they can tailor the treatment regimen to fight signs of aging, dryness, or snowmobile tracks. Chemical peels and microdermabrasion treatments whisk away expired skin cells to reveal soft facial surfaces, and body scrubs bring the same exfoliating touch to the torso. Blemishes shrink and creases soften during Lulum Energy treatments, which awaken sleepy skin cells with electrical microcurrents. In addition to melting muscle tension, massages stimulate circulation to make complexions glow. Complimentary touches abound at the center, from oatmeal cookies and bottled water to a towel service that prevents clients from having to dry their skin with the faint breeze from a passing helicopter.
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