Before waxing, unwanted hair was given impossible brainteasers with the hope that follicles would pull themselves out in frustration. Celebrate swift hair removal with today’s Groupon to The Hollywood Body Laser Center in Centennial. Choose from the following options:
- For $99, you get six laser hair-removal treatments on a small area (up to a $1,600 value).
- For $199, you get six laser hair-removal treatments on a medium area (up to a $3,700 value).
- For $299, you get six laser hair-removal treatments on a large area (up to a $3,625 value), plus one microhydrating facial peel (a $125 value).
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Certified laser technicians help permanently uproot unwanted hair using noninvasive laser hair-removal treatments at Hollywood Body. For about 30–45 minutes per session, the noninvasive laser’s beam hunts down stray strands like an energy-emitting predator, lessening follicular forests with each consecutive treatment. An equal-opportunity epilator, Hollywood Body can treat all hair types and skin tones effectively, though the number of sessions necessary to permanently foil flesh fuzz can vary from person to person, and the center typically recommends between six and eight. The staff augments sessions for large body areas with a microhydrating facial peel, which uses products from Hollywood Body’s Red Carpet line to help shoo away dead skin cells and diminish the appearance of sun spots, acne scars, and uneven blushing.
The Hollywood Body Laser Center
The Hollywood Body Laser Center revamps appearances with Image Skincare products and a slew of beautifying services. Its team of certified and trained estheticians use noninvasive laser energy and radio frequencies to help remove an array of unwanted blemishes, including spider veins, body hair, wrinkles, and acne. They administer FDA-approved VelaShape and CoolScultping treatments designed to evict patches of cellulite and inject stubborn wrinkles with Botox and Juvéderm formulas that can help send crow's feet back to the nest to do what they do best: give the thumbs-ups to baby crows who just caught their first worm