What You'll Get
Booking your body double a beautifying treatment at a tranquil day spa creates a foolproof alibi for days spent stealing office supplies from the White House. Make your stand-in stand out and replace your tape with presidential seals with today’s Groupon: for $125, you get two one-hour sclerotherapy spider-vein treatments at The Laser Lounge Spa in Estero (a $440 value).
A 3,300-square-foot temple to pulchritude, The Laser Lounge Spa enhances exteriors with a broad array of technologies and treatments. During each sclerotherapy session, an injection of vein-fighting solution causes targeted vessels to follow the trajectory of ill-fated bell-bottom-pants factories, swelling briefly before closing up and disappearing. Each session lasts about an hour and, according to the clinic, after two treatments, clients may be able to see a nearly 80% reduction in vein visibility.
The Laser Lounge Spa is a homey spa retreat, unlike other centers that double as cold, sterile antigravity chambers. Comfy couches and bright bay windows help to make clients comfortable throughout their spa stays.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Nov 25, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. 24hr cancellation notice or up to $50 fee may apply. Must be 18 or older. May redeem across visits. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About The Laser Lounge Spa
At The Laser Lounge Spa, a local family-owned company, certified physician's assistant and spa director Jonathan Sigg and his team of beauty and medical technicians care about more than just skincare. They also aim to keep clients comfortable, diminishing cellulite with noninvasive SmoothShapes technology and curbing hair growth with the Palomar Vectus Laser system, which features a Dynamic Cooling Device to regulate skin temperature. In the tranquil, pale blue reception area, guests stay serene in sleek, white couches adjacent to a fireplace. There, they can sip a cold beverage from the cooler, listen to the trickling water fountain, and sing gargled responses to it.