$100 Gift Certificate Offered At NJ Laser Hair Removal Specialist

October 21, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Summit, NJ based Ethos Spa, Skin & Laser Center is pleased to announce that their customers may avail themselves of a generous $100 Gift Certificate for laser hair removal. Boasting a reputation for being the best laser hair removal provider in the state, the New Jersey wellness and beauty experts at Ethos Spa look forward to showing off their industry-leading techniques and tools to new visitors.

Ethos Spa states that, “One of our most popular procedures is laser hair removal, a quick and pain-free means of ridding yourself of any unwanted hair. Since we recognize just how many people want to look their absolute best, we’re giving our loyal customers the opportunity to go the extra mile. With this gift certificate, you’ll be able to handle any troublesome areas that have been bothering you and make sure you’re in peak, hair-free condition. Whether you want to make a sterling first impression at a party or simply feel your best in your own skin, we are as excited to embrace the new you as you are.”

To claim the gift certificate, customers simply have to visit the laser hair removal page on Ethos Spa’s official website and sign up. With a minimum purchase of $300, they’ll be eligible for a $100 gift certificate that will let them get rid of any unwanted hair anywhere on their body. “Many of our customers come in for a full body workup because they want some pampering to relax,” says Ethos Spa. “Even though you may prioritize other beauty procedures, we’re hoping this gift certificate will help you get the laser hair removal that you’ve been putting off. Come spend some time with us and we’ll have you looking like your dream self before you know it. Don’t forget to sign up on our website before your visit!”

As Ethos Spa believes that a person’s skin is their canvas for expression, they are always eager to help their customers figure out the best way to achieve healthy, glowing skin. “As they say, everyone should be comfortable in their own skin,” states the beauty clinic. “If you have any hair getting between you and that perfect, dazzling self you want to embody, we’re more than happy to make it vanish for you.” With just a few sessions, customers can lose any unwanted hair and help keep their skin in its pristine condition for an extended period.

One of the most striking differences between the use of lasers and other methods of hair removal is that the former is designed to last much longer. Any person who has shaved themselves will be well aware that hair will grow back into unkempt stubble in a matter of days (if not sooner), whether they shave their face, legs, or any other body part. While waxing is generally considered a more viable long term alternative, it still allows hair to grow back in a matter of weeks since it simply removes hair from the follicle. Laser hair removal, however, can last for years thanks to the fact that it completely prevents the follicle from growing hair at all.

Ethos Spa reports that their customers most often request this procedure around their bikini lines, upper lip, legs, back, stomach, underarms, and a host of other places that hair crops up unbidden. While the list they provide, which can be browsed on their website, is by no means exhaustive, they state that they are willing to work with their customers to determine which areas need the most attention. For instance, they point out that some customers undergo treatment to remove hair on their toes.

As they state on their website, “At Ethos Spa, we are committed to client care. We make it a priority to spend ample time with you, to make sure we understand your needs. We take pride in communicating honestly and with great care and attention. Our foremost concern is ensuring you have an exceptional experience and outstanding results.”

They continue, “Our physicians and technicians have performed tens of thousands of laser hair removal treatments with outstanding results for clients throughout New York and New Jersey. Our staff is knowledgeable and caring, and our comfortable, welcoming facility is second to none.”

Customers are encouraged to visit the website and claim their gift certificate before they make their next visit to Ethos Spa’s premises. They may also direct any inquiries towards Dr. Hardik Soni of Ethos Spa, Skin & Laser Center. Furthermore, customers may connect with the clinic’s team of beauty experts through Facebook, at https://www.facebook.com/MyEthosSpa, to stay in touch with their latest news, offers, and announcements.

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For more information about Ethos Spa, Skin and Laser Center, contact the company here:

Ethos Spa, Skin and Laser Center
Hardik Soni
+1 908-273-5400
info@myethosspa.com
89 Summit Ave, Summit, NJ 07901, USA

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