Body hair is a bit like detailed knowledge of the Harry Potter plot – while it can be extremely useful at times, revealing too much of it in the wrong place can spell the ruin of your social life. Ensure your continued place in social circles and pay R380 for Pain-Free Laser Hair Removal at the Laser Beautique.
Before its debut as the poster-child for innovative beauty treatments, the laser was only good for incinerating movie villains and driving the cat insane – luckily, it’s found its niche helping all and sundry to defuzz and minimise unwanted stubble. With its reputation as the number one clinic for innovative and non-invasive aesthetic treatments, the Laser Beautique is the ideal place to see what laser-hair removal is like without its trademark sting. With beach-season just around the corner, everyone is getting ready to don the bikinis and shorts; not the most appealing option when you’ve embraced your hammock-swinging hippy side and let your follicles roam freely. You could spend a few hours shaving, but risking life and fragile skin to keep those feisty follicles in check isn’t the most fun way to while away the hours. Fortunately, with the latest in laser technology and more know-how than a text-book, the expert fuzz-exterminators at The Laser Beautique can banish unwanted follicles from the depths of your dermis forever.
A new technique called IN-Motion™ is the secret sauce in Laser Beautiques recipe for hair removal that doesn’t hurt. By targeting hair follicles and destroying them with gentle pulses of laser energy that provide deep dermal heating, the The Soprano XL has been compared to a hot-stone massage or slipping into a warm bath. Perfect for any and all skin-types and ages, the Soprano is the master when it comes to defuzzing dermises’ without the accompanying being snapped with a rubber-band feeling.
Today’s Groupon entitles you to R1000 worth of laser hair-removal, no matter where it might be; because it’s pain-free, you can opt to defuzz your face, ears or even your knee-caps if you feel so inclined.Hairy Fact: Using the DNA from tarantulas stored in peanut butter jars, scientists have invented a serum that is said to prevent hair-growth on hands and forearms.