Equipped with an education from The Canadian Beauty College, Barbara Mansi of Cazmere Laser Clinic helps her clients look their best with modern medspa treatments. Along with her academic cred, she unleashes an arsenal of future-grade tech. She wields a LightSheer diode laser to zap unwanted body hair and Vasculyse technology to erase vascular imperfections and skin tags. As with most of her treatments, the latter is virtually painless, eradicating imperfections with gentle electric energy equal to the output of one baby eel. She also relies on tried and true old school methods. The chemical or mechanical exfoliation offered by her chemical peels and microdermabrasion treatments helps strip away the signs of aging and promote the production of youthful new collagen.
The beauty mavens at Energi MediSpa use Palomar laser technology and all-natural Dermalogica and Holistic products to soothe and beautify guests' skin. Guided by the results of a complimentary face-mapping, the staff tailors each of their facials to the individual client, applying salves and serums that are free from common irritants such as lanolin and mineral oil. They also wield the intense pulsed-light power of the Palomar Starlux system to reduce or blind unwanted follicles during hair-removal treatments. Besides these two specialties, the multitalented team performs a full slate of medspa services, including spray tanning, photofacials, and slimming body wraps.
The staff at Alternative Laser Health would be lost without their IPL lasers. They use them for practically everything, from wrinkle-obscuring IPL facials to hair-, tattoo-, or spider vein?removal treatments. Similarly noninvasive, their biofeedback therapy device emits an electromagnetic pulse that can help boost overall wellness. One of the few services that does not deploy energy beams is the center's permanent-makeup service, during which a skilled makeup technician uses a steady hand, an artistic eye, and a rhythm-tapping toe.