Much like that annoying uninvited guest at a party or those who don’t understand irony or sarcasm, hair has a way of leading to awkward situations. Make sure you are fuzz free and never caught off guard with today’s Groupon: Save up to 62% on one OR two IPL laser hair removal sessions at Yemaya Spa & Hair. Choose from the following:
- Pay R160 for one IPL laser hair removal session, valued at R400
- Pay R300 for two IPL laser hair removal sessions, valued at R800
Yemaya Spa & Hair, named after the African goddess of the ocean, is aptly situated in the picturesque seaside suburb of Mouille Point. The friendly therapists guarantee to give you an unforgettable holistic experience from the second you step into this top of the range spa and hair salon until your precious feet waft out the door, soon to return after the unforgettable experience at this stylish spa.
There are very little options when dealing with undesirable fuzz; besides repetitive shaving and smelly depilatories, you could also go au naturel and avoid hair removal completely but this may leave you scaring small children and causing your cat to mistake you for his long lost cousin. Using the latest in IPL (Intense Pulsed Light), the eponymous therapist will easily banish unwanted hair hazards from your choice of 3 areas including your lip, underarms or bikini region.
The way this magical laser works is that its focused, broad-spectrum light is applied to the surface of the skin by way of a hand-held wand. Like a fairy Godmother of unwanted hair, the IPL’s rays travel through the skin until it strikes the root of the hair. As the light is converted to heat energy, the bulb and most of the root are instantly vaporised. The intense heat radiated by the hair also destroys the hair-producing papilla and after having several of these IPL treatments you will banish unwanted hair for good.
“What a wonderful experience! I was treated like a princess from start to finish. The Yemaya staff are professional and friendly. Thank you, thank you!” – Lindsay Watson
Beauty fact: In Singapore, women who wish to enhance their beauty insist on eating fruit from a basket at a stall situated near the Singapore Flyer. They believe the spinning wheel blesses the fruit with love from the heavens.