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 this Groupon.
Choose from Five Options
- $79 for six laser hair-removal treatments on an extra-small area (up to a $420 value)
- $98.99 for six treatments on a small area (up to a $600 value)
- $169 for six treatments on a medium area (up to a $1,800 value)
- $299 for six treatments on a large area (up to a $2,400 value)
- $699 for six treatments on either two large areas, four medium areas, or four small areas (up to a $7,200 value)
See a list of treatment areas. Treatments are available for clients of all skin types with the use of new state-of-the-art equipment including lasers such as YAG, Alexandrite, and Diode.
NYAH Med Spa
Exposed brick, stone masonry, and long, arched windows line the facade of NYAH Med Spa's cottage-like building. But what lies behind the beautiful exterior is an arsenal of cutting-edge aesthetic technology—fittingly, since that's also what lies behind the beautiful exterior of each departing client. To get skin to its most radiant, the spa's team of aestheticians calls on treatments ranging from the traditional, such as its more than 10 classic facials, to more novel services that use IPL, lasers, or skin-safe chemical solutions to banish fine lines and blemishes. They even perform a slate of teen-specific services that target the acne, oil, and eye rolls of adolescence, along with numerous treatments tailored to men. Bodies get their time in the spotlight, as well—luxurious body scrubs and massages give way to higher-tech treatments such as laser hair removal and VelaShape body sculpting.
What some people are buzzing about:
91% of 533 customers recommend
“Great staff! Nice spa with many services to offer. I look forward to returning. ”
“Everything is done online as far as scheduling and having questions answered. Also all of the paper work is online which I really liked.”
“Great, fast and friendly service. ”