If life is a highway, faces are the billboards advertising romantic detours, quick on-ramps for barbecue-sauce stains, and the largest pore farm in the county. Impress during your lifelong commute with today's Groupon to Vida Skin Spa in Plano. Choose between the following skin-treatment options:
- For $45, you get a dermal laser peel (a $95 value).
- For $40, you get a blueberry-wine peel (an $85 value).
Vida Skin Spa freshens up masks with two noninvasive skin treatments for afflicted epidermises of all kinds. The dermal laser peel shines a non-thermal laser on sullied skin to rally cells for a rejuvenation and resurfacing mission. Penetrating deep into dermises, this noninvasive procedure curtails cystic acne, rosacea, and sensitized skin, leaving a revitalized visage in its wake. Like setting the high score at a local arcade, this peel may require multiple visits to achieve your desired results. The blueberry-wine peel employs an elixir of natural acids to tow away dead skin cells from long-expired parking spots, helping to boost collagen, hydrate, tone, and firm flesh, and clear up complexions for moving vans of newly arriving cellular families.
A quick glance at Alexandra Bradley's curriculum vitae reveals an unstoppable passion for skincare: she has a master's degree in physical therapy with a specialty in medical aesthetics; she graduated with honors from the Ogle School; and she is certified by the state of Texas. In addition, as a native Brazilian, she transformed appearances by running a beauty center in her hometown of Belo Horizonte. Backed by her education and a cumulative 18 years of working with plastic surgeons and dermatologists in Brazil and the United States, Bradley clarifies and rejuvenates skin through a collection of skin therapies using pharmaceutical-grade and environmentally friendly products. With an advanced hyfrecator cauterization device, she successfully dispels veins and skin growths including skin tags, sun spots, moles, and ghost tails. She also uses advanced technologies during a collection of peels, which can deploy lasers to resurface the skin.