Wrinkles appear based on how frequently people have smiled, especially if it was directly at the sun. Beam at beams with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $50 for a 45-minute AccelaFuze microdermabrasion and peptide infusion facial (a $119 value)
- $120 for three of the above treatments (a $357 value)<p>
The three-step process begins with a crystal-free exfoliation that removes dead cells and preps the surface for products. A vacuum-assisted applicator tip infuses one of five peptide solutions into the skin, addressing issues such as acne, aging, or dryness. Finally, an LED light promotes collagen production and soothes inflammation. Groupon customers also receive a 15 per cent discount on Blue Cosmetics products.<p>
Neos Wellness Spa
Certified technician Kelly MacDonald knows firsthand the transformative power of modern skincare technology. After receiving successful treatments herself, she decided to pursue a career in med-spa services, studying with surgeon-turned-researcher Dr. Yousef Shihab at the Cosmedic Laser Institute in Vancouver. MacDonald is now the owner and operator of Neos Wellness Spa, a joint venture undertaken with her fiancé. She uses her practice as a platform to directly share her experiences with others instead of through impersonal skywriting. MacDonald fulfills that mission by keeping fingers on the pulse of the latest products and aesthetic developments in laser, radio-frequency, and ultrasound technology. Her spa features an entire staff of employees that are all physician-trained. After a complimentary consultation to discuss each patient's goals, she recommends the best approach to address acne and spider veins or fine lines and other signs of aging. MacDonald employs the multi-function laser's intense pulsed light to disable follicles and remove hair. To target excess weight, she performs radio-frequency treatments and ultrasonic wave techniques that shrink fat cells so much, Rick Moranis couldn't find them in his backyard.