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Though best known for expanding the limits of human thought, the great philosophers were also ardent proponents of spa treatments—rarely furrowing their brows without first applying a de-furrowing cucumber mask. Today’s Groupon will wipe out your own philosophical furrows with $100 worth of laser treatments, chemical peels, facials, and other skincare services at Uptown Dermatology & SkinSpa for $40.
Uptown Dermatology offers a number of spa services to keep you looking like you’ve been swimming relays in the Lap Pool of Youth. Laser treatments such as photorejuvenation ($300), pixel fractional resurfacing ($200–$800), and hair removal ($85–$400) gently penetrate below the skin’s surface to directly target scars, unwanted hair, and age spots. A light zap will also stimulate collagen growth to lend your skin a brighter, tighter, and more even appearance. Chemical peels such as the Essential Peel ($70) exfoliate and hydrate dry or sensitive skin, while droopy, sun-damaged visages can get a sparkly boost from the Rejuvenation Facial ($100/70 minutes), which includes a light peel and mini-microdermabrasion.
If this is your first time under the "beauty light," Uptown Dermatology’s natural, airy décor and highly qualified team of skincare professionals will vaporize any laser-related anxieties like a laser that's been carelessly set to "death ray." Once Uptown Dermatology gives you back your glow, celebrate your shimmering new surface by zestfully flinging open the spa doors and shouting, “Eureka!”—summoning your pet ape, Eureka, to tell you how nice you look.
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The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 29, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. 24-hour cancellation or Groupon is invalid. Not valid for injectables such as botox, products, medical visits, co-pays, or deductibles. Gratuity not included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.