They say the ideal method for reducing the appearance of wrinkles is to spritz them with a little bit of water and then slap the wrinkles out, which requires a considerable amount of elbow grease. Though some may think this a useful technique, others speak from experience when they say that there’s a good chance your face will be smacked into painful oblivion. Reduce the appearance of wrinkles and rejuvenate your face in a pain free and professional way with today’s Groupon: a cleansing facial and Botox facial expression mask for R248 at ICE Cosmetics.
There’s no reason why ironing out wrinkles can’t be as painless and easy as ironing a pair of undergarments. In fact, according to ICE Cosmetics it should come even easier. Equipped with a workforce of professional, make-your-face happier-than-happy therapists, treatments are administered with great skill, ease, and in record time. These specialists don’t mess around with half-baked old housewives’ tales like filling faces with the flesh of 53 avocado pears.
Shoving avocado pears aside, the cleansing facial and Botox facial expression mask is a non-invasive and painless treatment. Adhering to a “no pointy shaped objects allowed” rule, the procedure doesn’t require the use of any needles, meaning that even fearful phobia-pots are welcome. After a soothing and revitalising cleanse, the ICE Cosmetics specialists will expertly apply a Botox facial expression mask which relaxes the tissues and in turn reduces expression lines, wrinkles and furrows. As opposed to a Botox injection, the treatment is pain and risk free and delivers results within 24 hours. After the one hour treatment, your face will feel smoother, firmer, and will be happier and more radiant than a solo rabbit in a ready-for-harvesting carrot field.
With this Groupon entitling you to one treatment session that lasts up to one month, professionals recommend that you continue on a monthly basis. Alternatively, Clients can buy a Botox kit from ICE Cosmetics and will be taught how to use it in the comfort of their own home. No irons, spritzers or hands made of steel are required.
Did you know? In Ancient Egypt, only royalty was allowed to apply make-up to their faces. Anyone else with so much as a dirt smear on their face was sent into the dessert, where the first Egyptian cosmetics school was eventually formed.