Despite their destructive cinematic depictions, most lasers are helpful, often found assisting slideshow presentations and playing DVDs for people who aren't entertained by just staring at the shiny part. Let a laser do some good with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $189 for four laser hair-removal treatments on a small area (up to $540 value)
- $299 for four laser hair-removal treatments on a medium area (up to $720 value)
- $499 for four laser hair-removal treatments on a large area (up to $1,440 value)
See a list of valid treatment areas. Appointments are available Tuesday through Friday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. with occasional availability on Saturday.
A registered nurse uses the GentleMax laser to target follicles, thereby reducing the growth of hair on untanned skin that falls on the Fitzpatrick Scale between types I and VI. GentleMax can deliver up to 60–90% hair reduction. Although treatments can be effective in permanently reducing unwanted fuzz, four–seven treatments spaced four–six weeks apart are typically required for optimal results due to hair-growth dormancy and laser-absorption rates. See the FAQ for more information.
Urban Allure boasts an experienced medical staff that uses innovative technology and clinical-grade products from Obagi, SkinMedica, NIA24, Colorescience and and SkinCeuticals to beautify skin. Dr. Franks has handpicked licensed registered nurses who have worked extensively with lasers and cosmetic injectables to supervise and perform treatments. The nurses remove unwanted hair with the GentleMax system, which features a dual wavelength that combines laser types to optimize speed, efficacy, safety, and patient comfort. Extensive experience in laser hair removal, photorejuvenation and cosmetic injectables has earned the staff a large following of dedicated clients who appreciate professionalism, as well as supportive and compassionate bedside manner. Their personalized approach and high-performance equipment earned the med spa Best of Citysearch awards for laser hair removal in 2009 and 2010. The clinical crew also targets age spots and sun damage with the Ellipse I2PL pulsed-light system.