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Sleek Medspa - Laser Hair RemovalPoor Results/ Customer Service

Sleek Medspa falsely advertises laser hair removal as a permanent process. They peddle their products in a high pressure sales environment, have a "no returns" policy.
For information about a Class Action Lawsuit, email [protected]@gmail.com.

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  • Hb
    h.behr25 Sep 13, 2009

    Are you an idiot? No hair removal can ever be considered permanent - our bodies have billions of hairs all growing at different cycles - your body is never predictable and even the slightest change in hormone levels can stimulate new hairs to grow. A year of treatments will keep you looking hair free however you may need to do a random treatment to get those hairs that are stimulated to re-grow.

    Many clients hear what they want to hear - good luck with that class action lawsuit - i really would consider wasting your time on something more rewarding.

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  • Lo
    Loving Life Today Apr 16, 2010

    The response calling the person an idiot was written by the owner of Slick I mean Sleek who is an abusive idiot himself. He use to be in the weight lose business and took to many fen fens.

    Love to see them closed down

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  • Be
    Beamers2 May 12, 2010

    I agree the owner is a loser and the place is an unorganized mess!

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