Skin telegraphs its owner's life story through expression lines, battle scars, and the sun's admonishing Morse-code freckle messages. Erase epidermal communiqués with today's Groupon to Whitlock Cosmetic Center. Choose between two options:
- For $130, you get an intense-pulsed-light photofacial (a $300 value).
- For $162, you get a Botox treatment for one facial area (a $325 value).
Dr. Bryan Whitlock and registered nurse Rhonda Whitlock join cosmetic forces to combat the diabolical hands of time using quick-recovery plastic surgeries and minimally invasive aesthetic procedures. After the client fills out new-patient paperwork and signs consent forms, a specialist will zero in on specific skin parameters for the photofacial, and then apply a layer of cooling gel to the face. Next, a pulsed-light device emits a series of flashes for approximately 20 minutes to induce collagen formation and skin-cell dance raves while gently decimating sun-induced age spots, redness from broken capillaries, and benign brown pigment. After the therapy, clients may notice a reduction in pore size and fine wrinkles, as skin appears smoother, more even toned, and vastly improved at diplomatic negotiations. Though generally not needed, sensitive dermises may opt for anesthetic cream before treatment, and refreshed faces are free to apply makeup before leaving the office.
To release worry lines' kung-fu grip on facial skin, Nurse Whitlock injects muscle-relaxing Botox into forehead wrinkles, crow's feet, or the glabella in between eyes using a tiny needle in several precise areas. Forceful expression lines soften as the tonic blocks nerve impulses and skeptical, eye-brow-raising thoughts with minimal pain requiring no sedation or anesthetic. The treatment usually takes less than 30 minutes, and patients can immediately return to work or the job interview from which they excused themselves to freshen up.
Botox may cause serious side effects that can be life threatening, including problems swallowing, speaking, or breathing. Read all safety considerations for Botox here.
Whitlock Cosmetic Center
Dr. Bryan Whitlock, the founder of Whitlock Cosmetic Center, performs cosmetic surgeries and noninvasive aesthetic treatments. He specializes in breast augmentations and often scrubs in for liposuction procedures and tummy tucks. To bolster his clients’ visages, he employs Botox and chemical peels, which work to diminish the appearance of wrinkles. The doctor also uses injections to treats spider veins and lasers to remedy acne and saggy skin across the face and body.
3319 E 46th St.
Tulsa, Oklahoma 74135