Unwanted hairs are like weeds that sprout on the garden of your body, and just as when removing weeds, excess hair should be decimated with a laser. Vaporize rogue follicles with today’s Groupon: for $75, you get three laser hair-removal treatments at Target Health, located inside Gold's Gym. You may redeem your Groupon at the Northland Mall, McKenzie Towne, or Airdrie Gold's Gym locations (all of your treatments must take place at the same location).
Target Health's talented technicians harness the follicle-demolishing powers of the laser to remove unwanted fur from the underarm ($49 per session), chin ($49), or upper lip ($39). Laser light is a quick and effective method for removing unwanted hair. A long-pulse, high-energy laser emits a gentle beam of light that harmlessly passes through the skin and directly targets follicles, effectively treating unwanted hair. Unlike the lasers utilized by sharks to stun their prey, these friendly beams are easy, comfortable, and treat hair follicles faster than other methods.
Because the number of treatments needed to unlock the garage door granting access to bare-bodied bliss varies from person to person, today's purchasing limit of two helps to ensure at least one fuzzy forefront will be eliminated on a more permanent level. Furthermore, you may use the $147 value of the Groupon toward larger areas if needed. Target Health's relaxed, spa-like atmosphere will put minds at ease as skin erases the memories of a tumultuously hairy past.
Staffed with registered massage therapists, Target Health treats bodily afflictions by taking a holistic approach. The Clinic's massage therapists assuage chronic aches and pains while fostering an inner tranquility that boosts the immune system, revs up circulation, and tickles the notoriously grumpy lumbar spine region. Trained acupuncturists have deep reverence for the ancient healing practice, and aim to restore balance to the body, alleviate symptoms of respiratory disorders, and lessen depression. Thai table massage practitioners position clients in a variety of yoga-like positions during the course of their massage, accompanied by deep static and rhythmic pressure.