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Boston's Skin Deep Med Spa offers 50% Botox for a spring treat

Squinting against blinding winds. Maybe wondering whether the weather was going to mean another school snow day. Walking from dry heat to dry cold air to dry heat to dry cold air. Regardless of the reason, the stress of winter can leave a few lines where you would rather they not be--on your face.

Have a little spring fling with beauty at Skin Deep Med Spa, Newbury Street’s tiny beauty nook. Owner Nichole Russell, registered nurse for over 10 years, specializes in facial rejuvenation with cosmetic injectibles (including the most popular, Botox). Her past work under well-known celebrity cosmetic dermatologist Dr. Fredric Brandt led her to treat many of Hollywood’s biggest celebs such as Madonna, Lenny Kravitz and Jenifer Lopez.

Until Friday, April 30, Skin Deep Med Spa is offering new clients half off their first Botox/Dysport treatment. You’ll just pay $250 at time of treatment and then receive a $75 mail-in rebate.

Botox Cosmetic is a simple, nonsurgical treatment of choice to smooth out moderate to severe wrinkles noticeable within days. Just a few minutes, a few small injections, and the effects can last up to 4 to 6 months.

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