FDA-approved Candela GentleYAG laser zaps unwanted hairs from body while keeping skin cool with bursts of cryogen
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 23, 2013. Amount paid never expires.Limit 2 per person. Valid only for option purchased. Appointment required; first appointment valid only on Tuesday, Wednesday, or Saturday. 24hr cancellation notice required. New customers only. Valid only for select treatment areas. Treatments must be used by the same person. Must not tweeze or wax area 7 days prior to treatment. Not valid for white, grey, red, or blonde hair.Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
Without lasers, people would have to rely on such archaic hair-removal methods as using a straight razor or condemning each hair to death by tiny guillotine. Off with your hairs with this Groupon.
$169 for three laser hair-removal treatments for one medium area (up to a $510 value)
$199 for three laser hair-removal treatments for one large area (up to a $750 value)
Technicians use the FDA-approved Candela GentleYAG laser, which keeps skin cool with bursts of cryogen, to remove unwanted hairs on all types of skin. Six to eight treatments are typically required for permanent results. Click here for a list of valid treatment areas.
Urban Skin Solutions
When state-certified medical aesthetician Rachel Roff decided to open Urban Skin Solutions, a medical weight loss center in 2006, she envisioned a place where clients of all skin tones could come in to improve their complexions. Her vision led to the development of various skincare treatments, including peels, facials, and microdermabrasions. The processes are all bolstered by Urban Skin Rx, a line of clinical products suitable for patrons with any type of skin and almost any favorite Power Ranger. In treatment rooms, a medical doctor such a co-owner Dr. David Henderson helps Rachel and her team of technicians harness the power of beauty injections and laser-energy systems in their effort to accomplish patrons’ aesthetic dreams.