Though its primary purpose remains disrupting college lectures and movie screenings, laser light has also proven useful in the precise removal of human hair. Reap the benefits of America's favorite repurposed supervillain weapon with today's Groupon to Skin Matters in Buckhead. This Groupon can be used for repeated treatments in the same or different areas. Choose from the following options:
- For $99, you get six laser hair-removal treatments on small body areas (up to a $1,440 value). This option includes the chin, cheeks, bikini area, underarms, lip, back of the male neck, or half of one arm.
- For $399, you get six laser hair-removal treatments on medium body areas (up to a $3,300 value). This option includes the full legs, full back, or full Brazilian.
- For $599, you get six full-body laser hair-removal treatments (up to a $7,500 value).
Skin Matters removes pesky hair with the aid of cosmetic lasers and more than 33 collective years in the skincare industry. Experienced aesthetician and laser specialist Lisa Johnson Mangrum and her team use carefully calibrated cosmetic procedures to service every barony and fiefdom on the human-body kingdom, even going whole hog to eliminate hair from all available skin surfaces ($1,250/treatment). Skin Matters' root-destroying beams of concentrated light can result in a 50% to 90% reduction of hair once all six of the approximately 15-minute treatments are completed. Patrons should shave desired areas thoroughly prior to treatment to promote an efficient experience and quell uprisings among the follicular proletariat.
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.