Tattoos can quickly become outdated, especially ones that express eternal devotion, convey adolescent rebellion, or summarize the top news stories of 1973. Erase obsolete skin scribbles with today's Groupon: for $99, you get three laser tattoo-removal sessions at Weight and Body Solutions (a $297 value).
Weight and Body Solutions' certified laser specialist deletes artwork spanning up to four inches from skin canvases under the watchful gaze of a physician. A complimentary assessment forecasts potential success before three 30-minute tattoo-removal treatments kick-start journeys to unsullied skin, which usually conclude after 6–12 sessions. The Zimmer cool-air system or topical anesthesia (available for an additional fee) creates a shield that helps reduce pain and deflect hypnotic suggestions emanating from the MedLite C6 Q-switched laser. An expert trains the beam on reconsidered ink deposits, shattering pigments into smaller particles that the body naturally removes through scabbing and miniature ejector seats. Treatments should be scheduled four to six weeks apart for optimal results.
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Weight & Body Solutions
Weight & Body Solutions' experienced physicians employ technologically enhanced weight-reduction techniques and more traditional nutrition-based programs to help clients melt away unwanted fat and reveal svelte silhouettes. Patients relax in the comfortable atmosphere of a private room as they discuss their beauty goals with informed counselors, asking questions about their various treatment options, which include weekly plans enhanced with thorough exams and energizing vitamin shots along with medical treatments such as tumescent liposuction. Liposuction is done under local anesthesia using a small cannula and requires very little downtime, sending patients back to work within 24 to 48 hours—just in time to sport sleek silhouettes for Risky Business–themed casual Fridays.