I heard about the new Juvederm coupon but will I have to buy more than one syringe to use it? Is there a minimum purchase requirement?
Do I Have to Buy More Than One Syringe to Use the Juvederm Coupon?
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Juvederm and coupons
You have to check with the manufacturer, but they run specials for a minimum of one syringe and then a limit after a few more.
How to use the Juvederm coupon
Juvederm is an excellent hyaluronic acid based injectable that can be used effectively for facial contouring.
Juvederm is commonly used around the lips, the smile lines, the marionette lines, under deep wrinkles, under deep scars, and even under the area of the eye.
In our practice, we let the patients use the Juvederm coupon even if they only by a single syringe. Keep in mind that although Juvederm is effective and quite popular in its results will last a long time making it essential that you work with a board-certified plastic surgeon who has great deals experience in facial rejuvenation and using fillers so that the results you got to be consistent and pleasing.
Both Allergan (Juvederm, Botox, Latisse) and Medicis (Restylane/Perlane) run occasional promotions to lure the fence straddlers among you to get THEIR product.
Both companies now require that 2 syringes of their products be purchased on the same day to get the rebate. How you do it is between you, your friends and your Plastic surgeon.
As we speak, Juvederm has a $50 off coupon which ends 7/19/2009. I am sure that with the economy being what it is, it will be repeated in one way or another in the FALL and before the Holidays.
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The latest coupon that they gave my office requires two syringes
The latest coupon that they gave my office requires you to buy two syringes for the mail-in rebate. If you only want one syringe, then possibly find a friend to go in with you and you can each get one syringe and then split the rebate.
Web reference: http://www.RealPlasticSurgery.com
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