What You'll Get
Having smooth skin is central to any serious attempt to win a slip 'n' slide competition, shimmy down a fireman’s pole painlessly, or match your bowling ball’s velocity when hurtling down its lane. Reduce your dermal drag with today's Groupon: for $188, you get eight laser hair removal treatments at New Look Skin And Laser in Herndon (up to a $1040 value). Treatment areas.
The talented technicians at New Look Skin and Laser divest skin of excess body hair with quick, safe, and long-lasting laser hair removal treatments. As you relax, a laser selectively targets hair follicles, heating and destroying the problematic fur at its root and leaving the rest of the skin as untouched as Superman swaddled in bubblewrap. After as few as four treatments, clients may notice up to a 90% hair reduction.
Though New Look Skin And Laser sometimes features a discounted price online, this Groupon still offers the best deal available.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 6, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Valid only for Chin, Neck, Upper Lip, Under Arms, Hands, Toes, Abdomen Line, or Bikini Line. May redeem across visits. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About New Look Medi Spa
Although the owners of New Look Medi Spa believe that natural skincare can do much to improve skin tone and texture—the center's nine facials include an herbal edition that comes in fruit, flower, and oxygen varieties—they also understand that high-tech solutions often trump the effectiveness of creams and serums. The cache of skincare equipment at New Look carries not only both crystal and diamond microdermabrasion systems, but also laser hair-removal and skin-rejuvenation systems from both elos and UltraPlus. The center's team also possesses an Image Pro II digital skin-analysis machine, which allows aestheticians to calibrate custom facials from Dermalogica products based on pore depth, pigment variation, and intensity of recent Medusa exposure.