The majority of real-life lasers are productive members of society, contrary to their negative Hollywood portrayals as family shrinkers and stealers of guns’ jobs. Discover the truth with today’s Groupon to Nevaeh Medical Spa. Choose from the following options:
- For $99, you get six laser hair-removal treatments on one of the following small or medium areas (up to a $750 value).
- For $249, you get six laser hair-removal treatments on one of the following large areas (up to a $1,200 value).
- For $309, you get six laser hair-removal treatments each for three of the following areas over the course of one year (up to a $3,000 value).<p>
Sandy Peters, a nurse practitioner and owner of Nevaeh Medical Spa, employs advanced equipment and empathy cultivated while caring for wounded soldiers to help clients shed unwanted threads during laser hair-removal treatments. The licensed technician wields cutting-edge elōs technology to shoo unsightly strands with a combination of radio frequencies and light energy. Each session progressively targets each hair follicle’s growth cycle and interrupts its afternoon siesta to ensure thorough depilation. By employing both RF and optical energy, elōs equipment isolates the treatment area and leaves the surrounding skin free from potentially harmful side effects. Additionally, elōs often delivers better results on lighter hair and a broader range of skin tones than traditional pulsed-light devices or the most advanced wishing technology.
For ongoing hairlessness, clients can opt for a full year of treatments, meted out to three body areas over the course of six sessions each. Though laser hair-removal treatment may not be painless, it’s a lot less painful than laser hair addition, and clients can generally return to normal activities immediately following treatment.
Nevaeh Medical Spa
Nevaeh Medical Spa's medical director, Sandy Peters, is a board-certified nurse practitioner with a masters degree in acute care, a credential she's put to use as a nurse in the United States Army. Sandy spent 14 months overseas, tending to soldiers during the current war effort. Upon her return, she took something she realized in the military—that there's a connection between healthcare and self-esteem—and turned it into a practice. Namely, her thriving med spa.
At the spa, Sandy and her team ply patients with a variety of confidence-boosting treatments. Velashape sessions, for instance, slim circumferences with non-invasive radio-frequency waves and beams of infrared light. Botox and other beauty injections, on the other hand, smooth wrinkles and fine lines. The team also offers laser hair removal, skin tightening, and host of skincare products from brands such as Obagi.