In Hollywood, close-ups are reserved for actors with either striking good looks or rectangular heads with a 1.85:1 aspect ratio. Boost your screen worthiness with today’s Groupon to Oasis Med Spa and Laser Center. Choose from the following options:
- For $79, you get one IPL photofacial treatment (up to a $250 value).
- For $199, you get three IPL photofacial treatments (up to a $750 value).
- For $299, you get five IPL photofacial treatments (up to a $1,250 value).<p>
Oasis Med Spa and Laser Center’s staff of trained technicians smoothes out visages with laser services that spare clients the expense and hassle of surgical skin procedures. Targeting the sun damage, rosacea, and hieroglyphics indicative of aging skin, photofacial treatments enlist the Syneron eMax system, which bombards dermal layers with a combination of bipolar radio frequencies and bottled rainbows. Each session spends 45 to 60 minutes showering surface imperfections with restorative laser light energy, which aids minor production of skin-firming collagen beneath the surface to forge a silkier mug over time. Most patients require three to five treatments to see optimal results, and technicians will customize each session to address the patient’s personal goals.
Oasis Med Spa and Laser Center
Dr. Dee Martinez and the licensed and certified Oasis Med Spa and Laser Center packs heat, backing its hair-removal and photofacial services with technology from the popular laser provider Candela as well as the advanced Syneron eMax intense-pulsed-light system. Inside private treatment rooms, microdermabrasion treatments and injectables tackle the signs of aging. Laser technicians direct the bipolar radio frequencies of the IPL photofacial, which attacks everything from sun spots and freckles to vascular lesions such as rosacea and spider vessels.
An area rug unites the plush white chairs that fill the waiting lounge, which features a tall wall-to-wall mirror so that clients can switch places with their reflections if they need to high-five someone with their non-dominant hand.