Faces, like hay, lose their nutritional value with age, incurring less stares of the envious kind and more that seem to look right past them. Put the nutrients back in your face with today’s Groupon: an Aesthetic consultation and five Filorga GlyKopeel treatments for R900 with Dr Parbhoo.
Along with gaining wisdom greys and being more involved with community fairs, getting older also comes with a host of not so pretty benefits; one being that infamous wrinkle. Seen as adorable on Shar Pei puppies and cute on a toddler whose just discovered what sitting in the bathwater for too long will do to your fingers, for an adult the endearing remarks are fewer and far between. With fine lines and wrinkles looking right back at you whenever you look into the mirror, it seems you have no choice but to put up with the gremlins that mock you so, leaving you with a face that could no sooner be compared to the skin of a granadilla.
However, what people neglect to mention is that every granadilla starts out smooth, and if the clock could be turned back its skin would stay as smooth as a baby’s bum cheek. Comfortably set in the Hobart Grove Shopping Centre, Dr Parbhoo is that time machine your face has been searching for. With enormous amounts of indescribable skill, hands attached to a body, which are all connected to a medically enhanced brain, act as a time-bending machine, improving your skin’s appearance and restoring its radiance. Your session with the dexterous doctor begins with an aesthetic consultation, assessing and examining your skin to make sure it qualifies for the GlyKopeel treatment. Once given the go-ahead, the dermalogical anti-aging peeling GlyKopeel treatment is applied.
By exfoliating, stimulating, de-pigmenting and revitalising, the non-invasive and chemical-free GlyKopeel treatment effectively tends to the woes of fine lines and wrinkles, uneven skin tone, problematic skin and the reverses the signs of aging. Gaining up to 26% firmness and smoothness, and concealing imperfections and brown spots, the peel leaves your face as never before with a nutritional count probably more rich than a bowl of Bran Flakes. Healthier than that piece of day-old hay, don’t be surprised if a hill-billy tries to stick your face in his mouth and chew on it. In fact, it is recommended that you stay away from farms and the old west for best results.
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