Pay R213 for a non-surgical facelift treatment at Mediskin Laser Clinic (save 50%)
- Save 50% on a non-surgical facelift treatment
- Look years younger in just one and a half hours
- Non-invasive procedure
- Perfect as a gift
- Groupon redeemable for up to 3 months
- Groupon only issued and valid once deal closes
- Booking essential
- Groupon only valid for one non-surgical facelift treatment
Lifestyle of the rich and the famous often means fancy cars, 32 bedroomed mansions and facelifts. That all sounds great, except the facelift part which just sounds painful. However, with today’s Groupon you can get a non-surgical facelift and look like one of the rich and famous for R213 at Mediskin laser Clinic.
There are countless movie stars who look 45 but when you ask them how old they really are, they confidently say “77.” The moment they mention their real age, you immediately envision painful operations like one would see in a reality show. On the other hand perhaps they got a CMS Physio non-surgical facelift like the one offered by Mediskin Laser Clinic.
The non-invasive surgery uses micro-currents and electrical muscle stimulation that lifts and tones facial muscles, firms facial contours, decreases expression lines, gives a fresher complexion, refines pores and gives an overall more youthful appearance. Basically one session will turn back the clock and leave your skin looking younger for up to 2 weeks.
All it takes is an hour and a half to look like you did back before you had kids. The best part is, it doesn’t involve any surgical tools and you won’t walk out of the clinic with lips and cheeks like balloons. This means you can laugh at jokes, look angry when reprimanding your children, frown when you’re sad and best of all, look better than all those movie stars put together.
Skin tight fact: After a bad facelift operation, the boss of a big corporate company returned to work to find employees hiding under their desks hugging their keyboards. When she asked why they were doing so, they replied, “The taxman is walking around the building.”