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Progressive Wellness Medical Center
Clear Skin of Wrinkles, Spider Veins, or Unwanted Hair: Botox, Sclerotherapy, or Laser Hair Removal
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This Orange Park medical center is staffed by licensed professionals who are dedicated to helping you look and feel your best. Get the extra boost of confidence you need with this offer:
• $99 ($275 value) for 15 units of Botox
• $99 ($600 value) for two 30-minute sclerotherapy treatments with a consultation
• $149 ($599 value) for one year of unlimited laser hair removal for a small area
"The staff was welcoming and friendly, and the specialist that did my injections was very informative and seemed to genuinely care about my individual outcome." - LivingSocial Member
Botox is the first FDA-approved procedure to temporarily reduce the appearance of moderate to severe lines between the eyebrows by targeting muscle contraction under the skin.
Sclerotherapy treatments use the FDA-cleared injectable Asclera to break down the cell walls of spider veins, resulting in smoother, clearer skin.
During laser hair-removal treatments, a technician will use the Palomar StarLux IPL system to reduce the appearance of unwanted hair, as well as discourage future growth on a small area of the body, including the feet and toes, upper lip, hands and fingers, areolas, cheeks, chin, sideburns, happy trail, forehead and hairline, the front or back of the neck, or standard bikini line.
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PAID VALUE EXPIRES ON January 17, 2022
PROMOTIONAL VALUE EXPIRES ON September 6, 2014