Light comes in many forms—be it beautiful, like a rainbow, practical, like a laser, or awe-inspiring, like an applause sign’s first live studio performance. Harness the beautifying power of light with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $599 for six Zerona laser body-sculpting treatments (a $1,500 value)
- $799 for nine Zerona laser body-sculpting treatments (a $2,000 value)
Designed to spot-treat problem areas, such as the abs, hips, back, and thighs, FDA-approved Zerona lasers shrink fat cells, resulting in lost inches. The noninvasive lasers penetrate down to the fat cells, where they disrupt their membranes. This causes the fat cells to release their fatty acids into the body and shrink. The body then flushes out the expelled contents via the lymphatic system or burns them for energy.
The 40-minute treatments require little to no downtime and should take place within 72 hours of one another for maximum results. Though some clients begin to notice results after only a few sessions, most require four to six.
Scarsdale Aesthetic Medicine
Dr. Lee founded Laser Skin Clinic (NJ) and Scarsdale Integrative Medicine (NY) in 2007 and 2011, respectively, to treat patients using the latest technology for facial enhancement, non-surgical face-lifts, and skin rejuvenation. She is certified by Laser & Aesthetic Skin Therapy at Harvard Medical School since 2007, and has treated a variety of patients with techniques ranging from Sciton Profile system, Erbium Microlaserpeel, Fraxel, IPL, Ultherapy, Picosure laser to Botox, Fillers, Sculptra, Kybella, and Mesotherapy.
Her approach to aging skin and skin laxity is unique, as she believes beauty and youth can be achieved through well-balanced nutrition, hormones, acupuncture and IV treatments.
Dr. Lee graduated from Yonsei University College of Medicine in Seoul, South Korea in 1999. She completed her post-graduate residency and the Faculty Development Fellowship Program at Albert Einstein College of Medicine - Montefiore Medical Center in 2006. In 2006, Dr. Lee was appointed Assistant Professor at Albert Einstein College of Medicine, where she actively teaches medical students and residents.