In addition to filling campsite lanterns, light can be harnessed to remove unwanted body hair, treat skin conditions, and buy plants food at produce delis. Harness the golden beams of Phaethon's folly with today's Groupon to Women's Health & Wellness, with locations in Little Neck and Woodbury. Choose between the following options:
- For $99, you get three laser hair-removal sessions (up to a $525 value) for the following areas: lip (a $150 value per session), chin (a $125 value per session), underarms (a $175 value per session) or men's ears (a $150 value per session).
- For $119, you get a photofacial skin-rejuvenation treatment (a $300 value).
At the Women's Health & Wellness medical spa, board-certified physicians and healthcare professionals join forces to amplify their patient-pampering talents. The comprehensive medical facility utilizes the knowledge and expertise of cosmetic physicians to create custom treatment plans for each patient, catering care according to their dermatological needs and Myers-Briggs scores. The laser hair-removal sessions allow patients to experience long-term hair reduction and increased hydrodynamic abilities by directing high-energy pulses of light on unwanted follicles. Once the hair has absorbed enough heat, the hair follicle goes into a dormant state, only emerging on the second of every month to predict another two years of endless winter.
Photofacial rejuvenation utilizes an intense pulse light treatment at specific wavelengths to treat many skin conditions, including sun damage, rosacea, broken capillaries, age spots, and sasquatch jaw. Customized according to each skin type, the noninvasive photofacial can treat conditions on the hands, face, or décolleté sections of a patient's muscle armor.
Although there are few online reviews for Women's Health & Wellness, there are testimonials available on its website:
Dr. Evan B. Shapiro has been in private practice for more than two decades. He specializes in using the NaturaLase Q Switch Laser to lighten and remove unwanted tattoos and combat nail fungus.