Like painters with a palate of numerous colours, the estheticians and technicians at Okanagan Lipo Laser & Spa nurture their clients' outer beauty with a myriad of cosmetic treatments. Brandishing serums enriched with vitamin C, ginkgo biloba, and aloe vera, staff members help soothe skin while bolstering its elasticity and vibrancy. Laser systems calibrated to specific frequencies aim to perform a variety of tasks, such as contouring the torso and hips, stimulating collagen production, and eliminating poltergeists hiding behind clients' ears. Technicians also utilize stand up tanning booths, an infrared sauna, a vibration machine, ionic footbaths, and light-driven teeth-whitening systems to further tune-up appearances.
Kelowna Laser Medispa uses advanced laser technology to remove unsightly blemishes from the skin, namely body hair and tattoos. Technicians do away with unwanted fuzz on physiques with the help of the LightSheer Diode system, equipped with a cooling tip to keep the process as comfortable as possible. They use a Q-switched Yag laser to remove tattoos after optional applications of topical anesthetic, again, to maximize comfort. Upon consultation, the technicians will estimate how many treatments it will take to remove the tattoo in question. If treatments must exceed that number, they'll perform free treatments for up to a year.
The certified laser technicians at Flashpoint Lazer Clinic specialize in completely erasing or artistically updating tattoos. Clients who opt for removal sit under the beams of a Q-switch Nd:Yag laser as it breaks up ink and removes colourful particles through natural channels. Those seeking an edit on existing images can ask in-house artists to retouch fading hues, or hide them behind new camouflage-coloured designs.