ZendyPlace – Go Razor Free in 2013

And save on your most wanted cosmetic procedures!

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I love summer – but I HATE shaving. It’s time-consuming, wastes a ton of water, expensive (those fancy razors add up!) and I always end up nicking myself in the process. To make matters worse, the stubble starts to come back within hours and I have to start the whole routine all over again the next day.

I’m not alone, check out these facts regarding the true costs of shaving:

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Fortunately, ZendyPlace, a fabulous new site that helps consumers save money on the most popular FDA-approved aesthetic treatments, understands my issues and is encouraging women to go Razor Free in 2013. By receiving laser hair removal on areas they typically shave, women can save an average of $7,000 (and by using ZendyPlace to book their sessions, they can save even more).

If you’ve been thinking of trying a few procedures, like laser hair removal, ZendyPlace is the site for you. Think of it like the Expedia of FDA approved treatments!

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How does it work? It’s easy! Just sign up at ZendyPlace and start submitting offers with the price you would like to pay for the procedures of your choice.

Wait. I get to pick the price? You sure do! Just like hotels and airlines, every now and then, “Providers may have available appointment slots. Rather than leaving these slots unfilled, providers would rather accept a lower-than-retail offer for their services. You get an amazing deal on a cosmetic procedure while providers have the opportunity to fill up their schedule.”

Can I trust in the safety of the ZendyPlace providers? Yes, you can. ZendyPlace ensures that all of their certified providers are reputable Cosmetic Centers and Clinics that work under Board Certified medical supervision. Each provider must have a licensed, Board Certified Medical Director supervising trained personnel, verify they are using FDA-approved products and/or devices for any procedures, be affiliated with an active Medical Society and have an average of a 4 star rating or greater on RealSelf and other healthcare-related rating site.

So what are you waiting for? With ZendyPlace, you can save up to 30% or more on popular non-surgical procedures when your offer is matched with one of their certified providers. And you’ll never have to wait for flash sales or daily deals again!

Readers – What is your most hated part about shaving? And are you ready to go Razor Free in 2013?

Tyna, co-founder and co-editor of wht, worries about becoming a crazy cat lady, reads at least a book a week, checks in at a Flyers fan forum every morning and is forever (some say obsessively) organizing her closets and drawers.

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Written by Tyna Werner


  1. Profile photo of gigi

    @tyna, I am SO ready to go razor-free! I have shaved daily since I was the age of nine. I cannot bear hair on my legs, under my arms, or even on my arms. Unfortunately, years of “practice” has still not spared me from cuts and nicks, especially when I am going out somewhere special (dressed to “the nines” with toilet paper and/or bandaids covering my wounds). Thank you SO MUCH for this wonderful tip!

  2. Profile photo of Marilyn

    I’ve been doing it for years, but I’m pretty bad at shaving. I’ve given myself some pretty wicked scars from shaving incidents (seriously). And while I love a good deal, I’ve been worried about the quality of some of the places running them. Zendyplace sounds like it’s a good combination of being reasonably priced but good quality (because my legs don’t need any more hair-removal trauma).

  3. Profile photo of Amanda

    Hmmmm… This looks like a GREAT idea, but I don’t like that I can’t pick/choose the salon I want to use. I can’t even find a list of approved providers on the site! I’ve had bad experiences at salons with supposedly fantastic reputations (and wonderful experiences at hole in the wall salons) but it appears that if my offer was “accepted” by one of those salons I would be forced to take it or lose the money. Maybe a way to specify preferred salons?

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