Pay R220 instead of R500 for Laser Liposuction at Centurion Laser Clinic (save 56%)
- Save 56% on Laser Liposuction
- Lose a dress size after just eight sessions
- Can be used all over the body
- Groupon redeemable for 6 months
- Groupon only issued and valid once deal closes at midnight
- Redemption only on presentation of printed Groupon
- Booking essential: 072 125 2028
- Groupon redeemable Monday to Saturday
- Groupon subject to individual medical compatibility to laser treatment
- 1 Groupon per person
Shrinking rays should not be used on children, aeroplane seats and deserts that you can never get enough of. Laser Liposuction (shrinking ray in non-fiction speak), should rather be used to shrink away those unwanted extras that dangle from one’s hips and thighs. This Groupon allows you to go for a session at the Centurion Laser Clinic for R220.
Those in fear of being reduced to smurf sized versions of themselves need not fret. The cold laser used to perform laser liposuction is well trained not to actually take away from your length. Instead it weakens the membranes of adipose cells. These little cells are the buggers that push up against one’s jeans. When these adipose cells are weakened, they are dissolved into the interstitial fluid (the fluid between the cells). This is then naturally metabolised and evicted from the body. After all, if it doesn’t pay rent, it has to leave.
Laser Liposuction is non-invasive. The procedure is painless and the results are instantaneous. Up to a dress size can be lost in a session and you don’t have to take a day off to recover from the treatment, unless you’d like to do so, to go shopping for that item of clothing you’ve been dying to buy but have been unable to squeeze into.
Centurion Laser Clinic is staffed with therapists that are able to deliver an exemplary service and are clued up to give you the best possible advice on your treatment.
Laser Fact: In the ancient city of Andamudah Tertipu Mengejutkan Saya on the coast of Antarctica, lasers were used to give people supernatural abilities. A laser beam aimed directly at the left eyeball was said to help the locals communicate with the polar-bears and form meaningful relationships with them.