Before being discovered by med spas, lasers were used exclusively for slicing turkeys during space Thanksgiving. Give thanks for lasers with today’s Groupon to Skin Matters. Choose from the following options:
- For $149, you get one year of unlimited laser hair-removal treatments on any one small area (up to a $1,500 value).
- For $299, you get one year of unlimited laser hair-removal treatments on any one medium area (up to $3,000 value).
- For $399, you get one year of unlimited laser hair-removal treatments on any one large area (up to a $6,000 value).
- For $999, you get one year of unlimited laser hair-removal treatments on any combination of four small, medium, or large areas with a maximum of two large areas (up to a $18,000 value).<p>
Treatments must be spaced at least four weeks apart, and clients can receive as many treatments as they need on an area within a year. Click here for a list of valid body areas.
Skin Matters’ proprietor and experienced aesthetician gently evicts clients’ unwanted body hairs via noninvasive laser hair-removal treatments. During sessions, which last about 15–30 minutes each, a trained technician hovers a magic wand over the desired area, sending high-energy beams through the skin’s surface and down to follicles’ firmly planted feet. Spend a year slowly bulldozing chest forests, smoothing your upper lip, or erasing a saddening happy trail, or opt for today’s fourth option to rid whiskers from up to four small, medium, or large areas with a maximum of two large areas. Skin Matters houses four laser hair-removal machines, each designed to suit different hair, Myers-Briggs, and skin types. Click here for Skin Matters’ laser hair-removal treatment FAQ page.
Skin Matters Med Spa
Medical aesthetics specialist Lisa Mangrum brings almost 20 years of experience and an arsenal of advanced technology to her med spa. Peels, photofacials, and microdermabrasions work together to refresh complexions, and a quartet of carefully calibrated lasers lets staff adapt hair-removal treatments to different skin and hair types. Injectables, such as Botox, aim to smooth out facial contours, and permanent makeup leaves mugs photo-ready, even when doused in Gatorade after a spelling-bee win.