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What You'll Get
Light is actually a spectrum of colors, each with its own healing properties—red tackles wrinkles, blue zaps blemishes, and indigo tries to convince everyone it's a real color. Get illuminated with today's laser-light deal: for $159, you get three laser hair-removal treatments on one of four body areas at San Antonio Cosmetic Surgery on State Highway 151. Groupon customers can wipe out wily whiskers in any of the following areas:
- Standard bikini area
Alternately, clients may apply the value of their Groupon to upgrade to more expensive hair-removal services. The final cost, after the Groupon discount, is shown in parentheses:
- Brazilian bikini area ($150)
- Upper back ($150)
- Full back ($900)
- Full legs ($900)
Fluent in both English and Spanish, Dr. Delio Ortegon zaps unwelcome fuzz into oblivion using the advanced CoolGlide Intense Pulsed Light system to minimize discomfort and attain lasting results. CoolGlide's long wavelength plays nice with all skin tones and is equally effective on fine and coarse hair types. San Antonio Cosmetic Surgery recommends three to six treatments to guarantee that hair gets the memo never to return.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 17, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person per treatment area, may buy multiple as gifts. By appointment only. 24-hour cancellation notice or Groupon is forfeited. Must use on same area. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About San Antonio Cosmetic Surgery
Dr. Delio Ortegon, the president and director of San Antonio Cosmetic Surgery, believes there is no set definition of beauty. As he explains in an interview on his website, aesthetic appeal rests not in a certain nose shape or specific earlobe measurement but rather in the symmetry and balance of the face and physique. The board-certified plastic and reconstructive surgeon specializes in reshaping bodies to enhance this pleasing proportional harmony. But before Dr. Ortegon ever picks up a scalpel, he learns his patients' goals and vision for themselves during in-depth consultations.