It is common practice for evil villains to employ the use of lasers to disintegrate their foes. Lasers are the complete package, they spawn fear in whoever they’re aimed at, are incredibly effective and can be attached to almost anything, even sharks. However, they can also be used for good, like shaving off a few unwanted kilos where it’s needed most. Use lasers for the latter when you pay R1049 for 6 session laser liposuction OR R1699 for one year (12 sessions) of laser liposuction on three different areas at Angie's Laser Lipo.
Superheroes have it easy, they’re inherently athletic, get to walk (or fly) around in underwear all day and, they have super powers. Also, because of their super powers they generally don’t need to spend precious time at the gym or hit the road for a run to maintain their impeccable physique. The average person is not so lucky, and after a tiring day at the office few people have the time or energy to perform the necessary tasks to sculpt their bodies. Thankfully Angie's takes care of this for you.
Angie's is a place much like Tony Stark’s luxury beachside home, minus the Ironman suit in the basement. It’s laced with the latest technology and the friendly staff will pamper and prep you before your treatment, to the point that you’ll never want to go home.
Using laser liposuction treatments, Angie's will trim centimetres off of target areas on your body in a quick, non-invasive session. Unlike traditional liposuction, there is no unsightly scarring and no recovery period is needed, so you don’t need Wolverine’s healing ability to get to out of bed the next day. Get your superhero body after a few quick laser liposuction sessions and you’ll also be walking around in your tighty whiteys, much like Peter Parker after that fateful spider-bite.
Fruity fact: Kumquats
are fascinating fruits and few people know that they can be eaten skin and all.
Even fewer people know that kumquats have long been used by rice farmers to ward
off pests. The fragrance produced by a slice of kumquat is unbearable to the
majority of rice pests and they are scattered all around rice paddies to