A neglected face will rebel by scowling during your wedding vows or sprouting a five o’clock shadow at precisely four. Soothe volatile visages with today’s Groupon to The Skin Care Clinic in Newport Beach. Choose between the following options:
For $49, you get a cryogenic hydrating facial with red LED light therapy (a $99 value).
For $59, you get a DMAE medical-grade facial with red LED light therapy (a $139 value).
Overseen by a board-certified medical aesthetician, The Skin Care Clinic’s staff unlocks the inherent natural beauty in clients with age-defying services. Sensitive facial coverings benefit from the gentle properties of cryogenic hydration. Algae-derived salves imbue the pores with tissue-regenerating vitamins and douse surfaces in refreshing waves of moisture brought on by spirulina and lunar gravity.
Armed with free-radical-terminating antioxidants and super-villain-thwarting one-liners, DMAE (dimethylaminoethanol) facials coat the epidermis in a cell-protective sheathing. The treatment, recently featured on The Dr. Oz Show, tones up wrinkles and sagging skin to restore youthful glows. Forming an aesthetic partnership with each treatment, LED therapy illuminates with low-level, non-thermal light to diminish fine etchings and brown spots and purge pores of blemish-causing oils.
The Skin Care Clinic
Overseen by board-certified cosmetic surgeon Dr. Michael Santillanes—whose UCLA and USC credentials have also led him to instruct fledgling surgeons in his specialties—The Skin Care Clinic's staff unlocks the inherent natural beauty in clients with age-defying services. They specialize in minimally invasive cosmetic procedures, including injectables and dermal fillers such as Botox and Restylane, chemical peels, and photo rejuvenation. They also refine entire bodies through laser hair removal, scar removal, and VelaShape cellulite-removal treatments that, like a shy SWAT team, are also minimally invasive.