Winter weather may be ranging in Chicago, but we are only a few short weeks away from the spring break season. If you have sunshine and Pina Coladas on the brain, you aren’t alone! Many midwestern city-dwellers sneak out of the cold to enjoy sandy toes and ocean breezes in the months of March and April.
If you are planning an escape soon, you may not be feeling ready to ditch your bulky winter coat and slide into a swimsuit. However, we’ve got the body treatments that will get you feeling your best so that you can confidently hit the beach next month.
One of the main reasons most women and men shy away from bathing suit season is cellulite. While cellulite is certainly nothing to be ashamed of – even athletes get it – the bumps and puckering cellulite causes can make you feel less confident. Reduce the visibility of cellulite by scheduling VelaShape™ treatments ahead of your next vacation.
Our technicians see firsthand the results of this treatment on our clients, and you’ll be amazed at how it works for you as well.
Don’t step into your bathing suit without first starting your series of laser hair removal treatments. Sessions are quick and easy, with results that will last for years. While you won’t be fully done with all of your treatments before your trip next month, you can get a headstart and will really appreciate the results come summertime.
Spider Vein Removal
Spider veins can make you feel self-conscious, but that isn’t the worst of it. Spider veins can be downright painful. You don’t want to feel self-conscious or in pain during your beach vacation, and we can help get rid of your spider veins. Our treatment sessions are designed to get rid of the spider veins and the side effects that can cause pain, itching, and aching.
Make Your Appointment Today
The team at GOLDCOAST medspa has years of experience getting Chicagoans ready for spring break. Now is the time to get started on treatments that will help you have the best vacation you’ve enjoyed in years. Call us today to get started!
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