Laser beams are versatile tools that, when shone on the human body, can accomplish tasks as varied as erasing wrinkles, reversing sun damage, and attracting cuddly kittens. Discover the wonders of this glee-giving light with today's Groupon: for $99, you get a photofacial or ReFirme laser skin-tightening treatment at trueBeauty Aesthetics in Rancho Cucamonga (a $400 value). Multiple treatments are suggested for best results, and Groupon customers can purchase up to four of today's deal to adhere to the recommendation.
TrueBeauty Aesthetics revitalizes facial façades using non-invasive, nonsurgical procedures administered by board-certified professionals. Unlike junior-high yearbook photos, which exploit puberty to immortalize awkward stages, photofacials rely on intense pulsed light to whisk away broken capillaries and eliminate evidence of sun damage. Designed to be safe and require minimal recovery time, the low-level laser works with the body’s natural rejuvenation tactics to stimulate collagen production and replace damaged cells with bright and shiny understudies. Slight redness may occur post-treatment, but within days it will fall away to reveal a clearer, younger-looking veneer.
Wrinkles meet their demise at the hands of ReFirme, an FDA-approved skin-tightening procedure that causes crow’s feet to fly the coop and replants brow furrows with plump new collagen. By using bipolar radio frequencies and focused light energy, ReFirme electrodes contact aging tissues and persuade them to go AWOL with precision blasts of heat that help to lift sagging areas and summon smoother, firmer skin. Surface temperatures are kept cool to minimize discomfort, and there’s no downtime, so you can go straight from spa to spelunking without missing a moment of adventure.
True Beauty Aesthetics
The team at True Beauty Aesthetics specializes in noninvasive procedures, from laser hair-removal and elos skin-tightening treatments to photofacials and Botox injections. Consultations precede treatments, so clients have a chance to discuss their envisioned results and warn the staff of any allergies to hearing the word “laser.”