Desert dwellers prize the camel for having the endurance to conquer the sands and the eyelashes to conquer their hearts. Stock your beauty reserves with today’s Groupon to Philadelphia Institute of Cosmetic Surgery in Bala Cynwyd. Choose from the following options:
- For $50, you get a 16-week supply of Latisse eyelash treatment (a $120 value).
- For $99, you get a 25-minute photofacial laser resurfacing treatment (a $300 value).
- For $129, you get 30 units of Botox (a $450 value).
- For $243, you get an eye-revitalization package (an $870 value). The package includes the first three options:
- 16-week supply of Latisse eyelash treatment (a $120 value)
- 25-minute photofacial laser resurfacing treatment (a $300 value)
- 30 units of Botox (a $450 value).<p>
With 24 years of practice under his belt, Philadelphia Institute of Cosmetic Surgery’s Dr. Zaki Ftaiha and his trained staff brighten the windows to patients’ souls with comfortable, safe cosmetic procedures in an accredited medical facility. After consulting with the doctor, clients take home the prescription Latisse solution, which safely elongates, thickens, and darkens lashes, giving them a new way to display miniscule Christmas ornaments. For 16 weeks, clients apply the solution to eager upper lashes once a day.
During 25-minute photofacials, clients relax as a laser comfortably fades imperfections such as sun damage, rosacea, broken blood vessels, brown spots, and acne scars while refining pores and smoothing fine wrinkles. Post-treatment, skin feels smoother and looks more youthful. For optimal results, up to three treatments are often recommend. During the 10-minute Botox treatment, expert technicians inject a small amount of botulinum toxin into furrowed facial muscles. Over the next five to seven days, the toxin paralyzes muscles, unworrying brows and silencing the patter of crow’s-feet for three to six months. None of the procedures require downtime, so eyes can immediately return to their normal activities, such as winking Morse-code messages to each other over noses.
Botox may cause serious side effects that can be life threatening, including problems swallowing, speaking, or breathing. Read all safety considerations for Botox here.
Philadelphia Institute of Cosmetic Surgery
Plush gray couches and contemporary black tables induce states of calm inside the Philadelphia Institute of Cosmetic Surgery's waiting room. The corridors and reception area inside the beauty-bolstering office eschew the clinical appearance of traditional medical facilities for more a home-like décor, such as warmly lit floor lamps, paneled curtains, and porcelain figurines enveloped in snuggies. In the experienced hands of the office's highly trained staff, led by founder and medical director Dr. Zaki Ftaiha, a slew of surgical and nonsurgical cosmetic services, such as Botox, implants, and microdermabrasion, smoothes and reshapes corporeal housings. Philadelphia Institute of Cosmetic Surgery's standards for patient care and treatment match the goals set by hospitals, earning the office accreditation from the Pennsylvania Department of Health.