Until scientists develop a weapon potent enough to destroy gravity, wrinkles and falling coconuts will continue to serve as humbling reminders of our delicate mortality. Wipe mortal message boards clean with today's Groupon: for $250, you get a complete botox treatment at SkinKlinic of Edina (a $500 value), valid at locations in Edina, Rogers, and Woodbury. The treatment can be administered to one of the following areas:
- Around the eyes
- Between the eyes
Helmed by Dr. Scott M. Ross, SkinKlinic of Edina enlivens faces with skin-smoothing Botox treatments. Using a muscle-relaxing mixture of natural proteins, Botox reduces the appearance of facial wrinkles by relaxing tension from the underlying muscles until they're as smooth as George Clooney sweet-talking his way into a free cheeseburger. In a quick 15-minute session, a minimum of 20 Botox units are injected into the patient's area of choice with as many as 10 additional units applied as needed. The minimally invasive treatment causes little discomfort and creates a youthful visage that lasts for up to four months, depending on the severity of the wrinkles and how often artisanal cheese tastings require intense brow furrows.
Botox may cause serious side effects that can be life threatening, including problems swallowing, speaking, or breathing. Read all safety considerations for Botox here.
SkinKlinic of Edina
Overseen by Dr. Scott Ross, a cosmetic surgeon with more than 25 years of professional experience, the Minneapolis Center for Cosmetic and Laser Surgery and SkinKlinic of Edina collectively treat more than 9,000 patients every year with a combination of surgical, non-invasive, and cosmetic laser treatments. The health-care professionals and paramedical aestheticians enlist Mensa–worthy technology and techniques as they reinvigorate the epidermis or invent entirely new looks. Before asking patients to commit to a particular treatment, the team invites prospective clients in for a complimentary 20-minute consultation to learn more about the procedure, the technology, and the history of the tongue depressor.