Protecting yourself from the sun and eating right can help prevent wrinkles, but nothing can stop Mother Nature from smooshing your face together while you sleep. Reverse her wrinkly wrath with today's Groupon: for $149, you get two Jet Clear microdermabrasion treatments at Palmetto Women's Health (a $350 value) in Mount Pleasant.
Dr. Loren Frankel and her team of beauty boosters evict wrinkles, blemishes, and other skin ailments with intense blasts of a skin-smoothing solution. During each 30-minute treatment, patrons relax in a calming, spa-like room while a licensed epidermal excavator deep-cleanses and exfoliates skin canvases to yield a mug that’s free from filth and burrowing face badgers. Technicians use a handheld apparatus that works like a pressure washer, sloughing away rough outer layers at supersonic speeds before bombarding visages with one of five skin-specific saline solutions aimed to tighten with hyaluronic acid, lighten with hydroquinone, treat acne with salicylic acid, dewrinkle with vitamin C, or diminish the smudgy fingerprints of Father Time with a specialized anti-aging booster. Each of the refreshing and sterile solutions also works to unclog pores of complexion destroyers, readying countenances for romantic dates, job interviews, or high-definition-quality license photos.
Though Palmetto Women’s Health sometimes features a discounted price online, this Groupon still offers the best deal available.
Palmetto Womens Health
Dr. Loren Frankel opened her private Mount Pleasant obstetrics and gynecology practice in 2007 to treat women in a safe, comfortable environment. She and her staff treat women with cosmetic procedures such as Juvéderm cosmetic injections, cellulite reduction, weight-loss programs, and laser hair removal, as well as in-office treatments such as bioidential hormone therapy which is designed to help alleviate the symptoms of menopause. The only physician at the practice, Dr. Frankel greets clients with individual face time. The office experience is dedicated to providing treatments that address women-specific health issues.