Today’s Groupon uses the power of laser for the good of looking good via laser. For $185, you get three laser hair-removal sessions at The Laser Center of Marin in Marin County. Turn your body into a flawlessly smooth surface that will become even more slippery when covered in ultra-premium motor oil.
The Laser Center of Marin proves that hair removal doesn’t require painful waxing, painful tweezing, or painful razoring; instead, LC skin experts create a relaxing environment using state-of-the-art laser technology. The procedure is a quick, painless, 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.
Today’s deal provides women with three treatments focusing on the upper lip, chin, or underarms; men can choose removal of hair from the back or front of the neck. If you have hair that doesn't deserve to grow out of your body, laser removal will vanquish it with long-lasting results that replace older methods.
Your three treatments will send you well on your way to hairless harmony, but results can vary depending on skin and hair type. The friendly staff at The Laser Center of Marin will be happy to consult with you so that you can come away from the experience with the skin you desire and a better understanding about how to keep it healthy and beautiful over time.
- I was incredibly impressed with the exceptional service I received the minute I walked in the door – MarieS423, Citysearch.
- I have been to other clinics for laser hair removal and these guys know their stuff. From the detailed consultation to the professional treatment, the experience was great and the results are excellent – denise2, Citysearch.
Our Laser Nation
The laser is so much a part of daily American life that we sometimes take its many uses—reading data off our DVDs, screwing with our cats, etc.—for granted. Let’s look back at some signature moments in the history of the laser:
1804: Vice-President Aaron Burr singes off Alexander Hamilton’s eyebrows at 30 yards.
1865: John Wilkes Booth and Abraham Lincoln awkwardly brush hands while sharing armrest at Ford’s Theatre Laser-Zeppelin Night.
1990: The Hubble Telescope becomes self-aware, prompting the launch of the Hubble-Response Death Ray.
2006: Ryan Seacrest carves own face into moon.
2010: September 17, Hubble-Response Death Ray becomes self-aware.
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