What You'll Get
Though best known for expanding the limits of human thought, the great philosophers were also ardent proponents of skin treatments—rarely furrowing their brows without first applying a de-furrowing cucumber mask. Today’s Groupon will wipe out your own philosophical furrows with a high-tech facial: for $99, you get an IPL photofacial treatment (a $350 value) at Skin Speaks in Burnsville.
Dr. Patrick S. Carney, who boasts more than 20 years of skin-care expertise, leads an experienced staff of skinologists into the war for attention-grabbing radiance. Each visit to the pristine, welcoming clinic begins with a thorough assessment of the customer’s skin and complexion, allowing for the proper selection of light, laser, and voodoo-spell therapies to be customized for an effective treatment. A 30-minute IPL photofacial uses intense broad-spectrum pulsed light to treat skin conditions such as sun damage, broken capillaries, paintball indentations, irregular pigmentation, clingy barnacles, fine lines, superglued Halloween masks, and rosacea. By treating the areas of the skin with excess pigmentation, photofacial treatments result in healthy, luminous, younger-looking skin that mesmerizes passersby. For maximum results, IPL photofacial treatments are recommended in a series of three to six treatments. While side effects such as swelling, alteration in pigment, and blisters may occur, Skin Speaks takes all possible safety precautions to prevent them.
A skin-rejuvenating treatment doesn’t have to entail rubbing Play-Doh and ketchup on your face. The quality IPL photofacial at Skin Speaks makes faces feel silky smooth and years younger by shedding damaged pigmentation, like peeling open a banana to reveal the creamy mashed potatoes inside.
This Groupon is valid at the Burnsville location only.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 30, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person. Valid at Burnsville location only. Must redeem in single visit, no cash back. Not valid on products. By appointment only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.