Pay R180 for a laser underarm hair removal at Suntra Spa (save 53%)
- Save 53% on a laser underarm hair removal
- Smooth underarms worth showing off
- Luxuriously tranquil surroundings
- Groupon redeemable for up to 2 months
- Groupon only issued and valid once deal closes
Hoarding is defined as storing things you don’t need. Underarm hair falls under ‘things you don’t need’. Break the hoarding habit and do some spring cleaning with today’s Groupon – long-lasting smooth underarms for only R180 at Suntra Spa.
Suntra Spa uses the the LightSheer™Diode Laser, a computer guided laser that in a matter of seconds, renders you razor-free for a month. The procedure is completely safe and painless and leaves underarms smooth and flauntable, which isn’t a real word. However after making use of this Groupon, you’ll undoubtedly pen it in under the F section of your dictionary. After treatments many guests have been seen in grocery stores stretching for the jar of mayo on the very top shelf while others have taken up sports like kiting.
In all honesty though, this deal offers a whole lot more than smooth underarms. Located on the seventh floor of the upmarket 15 on Orange Hotel, Suntra Spa has the look and feel of a proper luxury spa like the ones often seen in movies. Draped in the same precious tranquillity and serenity found within the hotel, the spa’s treatment rooms add ‘unwind’ to the many benefits of every pampering session enjoyed at the spa.
Suntra Spa focuses on caring and fulfilling the holistic, aesthetic and therapeutic well-being of guests which in simpler terms means you’re likely to float out the doors on aromatic clouds of happiness. The professional yet charming manner of the therapists and beauticians have many guests coming back for anything from non-surgical anti-ageing treatments to massages and grooming treatments for both males and females. Be warned: This Groupon is addictive.
Hair removal fact: On the ski slopes of the Swiss Alps, scientists are growing a plant believed to bear flowers that can remove body hair. These flowers look and work like pencil sharpeners, sharpening each hair follicle to the point of non-existence. However tribes in the area are now using these hair follicles as weapons, sharpening underarm hair in order to stab prey and outsiders.