Microdermabrasion With Prescriptive Facial for €49 at Universal Hair and Scalp Clinic (62% Off)
- Dermatological treatments
- Specialists in hair loss
- Established in 1960
- City centre location
- Lasts up to 60 minutes in total
- Microdermabrasion with steam and ozone facial or revitalising prescriptive facial
Limit 1 per person. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required. 24-hour cancellation policy. Not suitable for people with active herpes infection, malignant skin tumours, evolving dermatoses, certain keratosis, and those using Accutane. Original value verified 9 May 2012 at 5.48pm.
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Though facing the music is never easy, it’s much easier for people with dancing eyebrows. Blink and you’ll miss it with today’s Groupon: €49 for microdermabrasion with a choice of prescriptive facial from Universal Hair and Scalp Clinic.
Microdermabrasion is an exfoliating technique in which dry and dead skin is smoothly sent off to seek its fortune by a controlled mechanical medium. Generally, the treatment is used to tackle the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles and other visible skin woes, and is said to be gentler than its slightly more intense older brother, dermabrasion.
With decades of experience tucked under their aesthetic belt, Universal Hair and Scalp Clinic is committed to bringing out the best of everything above the neck. Not limiting themselves to just conventional facial and beauty treatments, the clinic also offers advice and treatments to help with alopecia and female hair loss. The clinic is centrally based on South Great Georges Street, lit up by its recognisable Why Go Bald? neon signage.
After microdermabrasion, which uses particles to buff skin to loveliness, a choice of two prescriptive facials can add the finishing touches. A Steam and Ozone application could suit skin prone to break-outs, while a revitalising facial could suit clients concerned about their skin. The treatment lasts up to 60 minutes in total.
Not suitable for people with the following conditions:
• Active herpes infection
• Malignant skin tumours
• Evolving dermatoses
• Certain keretosis
• People using Accutane