We don’t know about you, but our harsh winter this year has us feeling even more ready for hot temperatures and dips in the lake. But this year’s winter did more than just give us all a serious case of spring fever – we also are all living with the effects of blustery winds and more time spent indoors. Getting summer ready may feel even more difficult this year, but we’ve got you covered. The services at GOLDCOAST medspa can make you feel confident as you step into your sandals right into the summer season.
Midwest winters are heavy on comfort foods and light on outdoor exercise, which is why you could be feeling extra self-conscious as you try on that new bathing suit. Fortunately, you can get rid of those extra pounds thanks to weather that is more friendly for a quick walk, run, or bike. Even better, you can reduce the appearance of cellulite with a series of VelaShape™ treatments at GOLDCOAST medspa. We can use treatments nearly anywhere on the body, with thighs, legs, stomach, and arms being areas many clients choose to target.
Say So Long to Hair
The team at GOLDCOAST medspa offers a variety of options for laser hair removal, done quickly and comfortably right in our office. A series of treatments will significantly reduce hair growth, and leave you wondering why you didn’t do it sooner. Try your bikini line, legs, arms, or back to feel extra prepared for summer’s wardrobe.
No More Spider Veins
Women and men who live with spider veins already know the pain, discomfort, and embarrassment that comes with them. You don’t have to live with spider veins any longer. Our spider vein removal services can greatly reduce the appearance and side effects that accompany these unsightly veins. You will love putting on your shorts and summer dresses this year. Plus, you will feel better saying goodbye to the pain and discomfort.
How can we help you feel and look your best for the summer season? We are ready to support you as you have your best summer yet. Give our team a call to get started today.
You can’t open a beauty magazine without seeing a reference to in-home light therapy devices.…