Studies show that a high percentage of Canadians consider themselves to have dull skin, and an even higher percentage believe they are being chased by Frankenstein's monster. Alter self-perceptions with today's Groupon to Mission Medical Skin and Laser Clinic. Choose from the following options:
• For $99, you get an IPL photofacial (a $300 value).
• For $139, you get a pixel laser fractional skin-resurfacing treatment (a $500 value).
• For $199, you get a pixel laser fractional skin-resurfacing treatment (a $500 value) and an IPL photofacial package (a $300 value; an $800 total value).
• For $249, you get a skin-rejuvenation package including a skin-tightening treatment, a pixel laser fractional skin-resurfacing treatment, and an IPL photofacial (an $800 value).
Under the supervision of Dr. Morgan Campbell, the laser technicians at Mission Medical renew bodyscapes with an array of laser-based services, such as the skin-rejuvenation package based on the Laser360 regimen from Alma Lasers. The NIR Soprano hand piece tightens facial terrains by sending near infrared energy and belts arias into the tissues below the skin's surface. The building warmth stimulates fibroblasts and collagen production in the hopes of imparting skin with a youthful resilience and affinity for fruit-drink stains as IN-Motion technology prevents unsafe heat buildup.
The pixel laser fractional skin resurfacing encourages new cell growth to replace old skin roughened by photo damage, fine lines, ornery wind gusts, and scarring. A special hand piece redistributes the laser in a pixilated grid pattern, penetrating below the skin’s surface. The grid pattern also leaves untreated areas between the laser points to quicken recovery. Downtime typically spans three days, during which time skin may feel hot, red, and, in St. Tropez, like a sunburn.
The IPL photofacial targets brown and red aberrations such as age spots, broken blood vessels, and dried worcestershire sauce with intense pulsed light. Done in about an hour and requiring no downtime, the intense pulsed light promotes collagen growth, which may improve skin's elasticity and tone.
Mission Medical Skin & Laser Clinic
Dr. Morgan Campbell relies on technology from Alma Lasers and serums approved by the FDA and Health Canada to cultivate smooth, youthful skin. He guides the activities of Mission Medical Skin & Laser Clinic's technicians, who launch every recovery and beautification regimen with a complimentary consultation. The team specializes in enhancing faces without surgery, particularly in diminishing acne, signs of aging, and body hair with intense pulsed light and other gentle laser therapies. Their medical-grade tonics come from the labs of powerhouse companies including Botox, which flattens wrinkles with an injection, and Latisse, which lengthens lashes by coating them in Bambi's beauty secret: tears. To soothe and protect skin after treatments, they stock SwissTec products specifically designed for that purpose.