Keeping teeth clean and white is the first and only step in coping with the fact that your skeleton is slowly escaping from your body through your mouth. Deal with it with today's Groupon to Rejuvalase MedSpa in Stafford. Choose between the following options:
- For $60, you get one LumaLite LED teeth-whitening treatment (a $125 value).
- For $119, you get three LumaLite LED teeth-whitening treatments (a $250 value).
Rejuvalase MedSpa’s technicians lighten teeth with a safe, high-tech LumaLite LED whitening system, which helps chompers to quickly shed stains caused by age, medication, and coffee-flavored toothpaste. Each appointment lasts about 30 minutes, letting patients relax, daydream, or act out the latest episode of their favorite sitcom.
During treatments, a technician will line two trays with a carbamide-based solution, placing them over each row of teeth to brighten smile bones simultaneously. Clients may undergo up to three whitening treatments scheduled three days apart, and though LumaLite cannot whiten crowns or fillings, it can tell them how pretty they look in moonlight. Lined with lush green plants and rich red curtains, Rejuvalase MedSpa treats clients to a calming atmosphere and an abstract lesson in traffic safety.
Rejuvalase MedSpa, as its name suggests, is dedicated to the noninvasive advantages that lasers can provide; in fact, the med spa is so committed to the technology that it offers its own in-house laser-aesthetics training program. But despite Rejuvalase's love of the laser's touchless efficiency, it also proves its allegiance to luxury with an entire department devoted to head-to-toe day-spa treatments and salon services.
As one side of the spa bustles with technicians administering laser hair removal and cellulite-reduction treatments, the other side exudes tranquility as clients slip on robes and slippers to receive facials and massages. A relaxation area—dubbed the Peacock Room for its avian-inspired decor and inability to outrun a tiger—allows clients a space to retreat in comfy recliners with a magazine and complimentary beverage in hand.