After studying the effects of encasing the 10th scientist's head in a plastic cube, 9 out of 10 agreed that a healthy human face needs oxygen. Maintain a majestic visage and a robust behind-the-skin scene with today’s Groupon to Vida Skin Spá, in Plano. Choose between the following options:
- For $49, you get a dermalaser peel (a $109 value).
- For $49, you get a micro-oxygen facial (up to a $109 value).
The aesthetic arbiters at Vida's smoothness factory freshen up faces with noninvasive fixes for a variety of epidermal afflictions. Dedicated skin therapists provide consultations before every treatment, as well as postfacial follow-ups, to ensure that nosy noses and mouthy mouths continue to behave themselves. The dermalaser peel employs a non-thermal laser in a targeted attempt to resurface and rejuvenate facescapes. Suitable for treating blemishes, rosacea, and skin sensitive enough to weep during life-insurance commercials, the noninvasive treatment should be repeated to achieve optimal results.
The micro-oxygen facial combines O2, vitamins C and E, powerful antioxidants, and collagen-boosting microdermabrasion to form a powerful megazord of frontal refinement. Microdermabrasion plays bad cop by scrubbing away at fine lines, scars, and sun damage, and facials reveal the spa's softer side by nourishing, hydrating, and healing the epidermis. Every skin type is eligible for the micro-oxygen facial's brightening treatment, which inspires faces to seek do-overs for their driver's-license photos and photo bomb strangers' family portraits.
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.