What You'll Get
In addition to being awesome racquetball players, Washington, Jefferson, Roosevelt, and Lincoln were each renowned for their excellent facial skin, as seen in their smooth and relatively acne-free visages on Mount Rushmore. Prepare your face for chiseled permanence with today’s Groupon: for $99, you get either three chemical peels or three enzyme peels at Orchid Rejuvenating Med Spa & Laser Center (up to a $375 value), located in the Salon Republic facility. This Groupon is not valid for any other services.
Orchid Med Spa, run by licensed cosmetologist Carly Roarke, uses epidermal expertise to help clients fight the effects of aging, acne, or assimilation into the Borg. Customers can choose triple treatments of either chemical peels ($125 each) or enzyme peels ($80 each), depending on facial preferences. The chemical peel releases dead skin cells with an exfoliating application of fruit acids, herbs, and antioxidants, helping to increase collagen production and improve the skin’s appearance. Enzyme peel options include the mushroom Z peel—which is derived from the dead-skin-cell-digesting Japanese mucor meihei mushroom—or the pineapple and papaya enzyme peel, a fruity face finisher that features pumpkin-seed extract and leaves skin feeling refreshed, like a garden gnome after a spring hurricane.
Step into Orchid Med Spa's calming ambience and eradicate wrinkles, acne scarring, sun damage, and hyperpigmentation as you prepare to introduce your face to a brand-new face in the face reflector.
Orchid Rejuvenating Med Spa & Laser Center does not yet have many reviews, but its satisfied clients provide testimonials on its website:
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 30, 2010. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Valid for listed peels only. Tax & gratuity not included. By appointment only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Orchid Rejuvenating Med Spa & Laser Center
As a veteran of the modeling and acting world, Carly Roarke understands the significance of maintaining a youthful, healthy appearance. The medical clinician, licensed in medical aesthetics and certified and trained in injectibles and laser technology, gleaned her beauty knowledge from years spent with makeup artists, photographers, dermatologists, cosmetic surgeons, and laser-wielding power-point presenters.
The spa-like clinic’s encyclopedic list of treatments ranges from traditional facials and chemical peels to laser vein correction, Botox, and dermal fillers. Carly can also lessen the effects of gravity, sun damage, and furrowed brows caused by repeated exposure to reality television with skincare products by brands such as Actifirm, iS Clinical Skincare, and Éminence Organics.