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What You'll Get
In science-fiction movies, bad guys use lasers to burn down national landmarks, whereas good guys use lasers to burn CDs for cool aliens. Get closer encounters with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $99 for three laser hair-removal treatments on a small area (up to a $450 value)
- $149 for three laser hair-removal treatments on a medium area (a $600 value)
- $249 for three laser hair-removal treatments on a large area (up to a $1,350 value)
Click here for details on available treatment areas. This deal may be redeemed on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, or Saturdays, and it is not valid on skin type 5 or higher on the Fitzpatrick scale.
Using Sciton Profile and Lumenis One lasers, registered nurses target unwanted body hair. Sessions are as short as 15 minutes for smaller areas and last up to an hour on large areas, but many clients find treatment times decrease with each appointment as the overall amount of hair diminishes. At least six treatments are recommended for optimal results.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jun 6, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Valid only for option purchased. Limit 1 per visit. Appointment required. 24-hr cancellation notice required. Must be 18 or older. Must use all 3 treatments on same area. Valid only for Mon, Tues, Thurs or Sat appointments. Treatments must be used by the same person. Area must be shaved day of laser treatment, if not, additional $15 fee for in-house shaving applies. Not valid for those with gray or white hair, are pregnant, or use Accutane. Not valid for skin type 5 or higher. Valid only at listed location. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Scott Crawford, Massage Therapist at Montecito Aesthetic Institute, Inc.
In Scott Crawford's world, fitness is everything. First drawn to the importance of healthy living during a soccer career that would see him play professionally, Scott's interest initially centered on staying fit enough to take the pitch. However, he also found himself intrigued by the psychological side of wellness. This curiosity led him to earn degrees in psychology and study in Ph.D. programs for somatic and sports psychology. Along the way, he never neglected his physical side; after his playing career ended, he earned a slew of training certifications. Soon, he held licenses in personal training, bodywork, and yoga from governing bodies ranging from the National Academy of Sports Medicine and Stott Pilates to The Body Therapy Institute the White Lotus Foundation.
After cutting his teeth as a trainer at exclusive clubs and resorts throughout Texas and California, Scott finally blended his twin interests, founding SOMA Get Fit in 2007. There, he earned renown by devising custom-tailored wellness programs that combine goal-specific training with a holistic blend of mental-wellness counseling, Pilates, yoga, and nutrition education. Depending on his initial consultations, clients might sweat through adventurous sessions of beach and mountain training, ramble across forest paths on mountain bikes, or work their way through overnight retreats. This all-encompassing approach earned him a star-studded client list; past participants in his sessions include Calvin Klein, Michael Jordan, and Katy Perry. The press caught wind of his work, too, with glowing reviews appearing in the pages of Marie Claire, Sunset, and the Hollywood Reporter.
Now working with the Montecito Aesthetic Institute, Scott delivers his signature massages and bodywork treatments to clients within the center's tranquil modern treatment rooms.