Supported by a team of technicians and healthcare professionals, Drs. Andrew Wojcicki and Anna Wojcicka rely on their extensive training in internal medicine as they provide preventive and rejuvenating care intended to improve their patients' quality of life. The physicians look to modern advancements in medical and cosmetic technologies, which allows them to perform nonsurgical procedures that can bolster well-being or address common aesthetic concerns. To improve overall health, the centre offers options such as metabolism-boosting infrared sauna sessions and pain-relieving hyaluronic acid injections for osteoarthritic knees. Alternatively, the staff can also provide advanced cosmetic care using contouring LipoLaser technology or injectable dermal fillers, which minimize the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
The technicians at Beauty Station harness high-tech forces such as microcurrents, radio frequencies, and laser energy to rejuvenate their clients from head to feet. Their facials help banish frown lines, while body treatments encourage slimming of thighs, bellies, and posteriors. The massage therapists on staff enhance their kneading sessions with aromatherapy, herbal salts, and hot stones, while wax experts defuzz upper lips, underarms, and legs. The beauty haven boasts eight total treatment rooms, including a steam room, a hydrotherapy room, a vanity room, and a room just for studying all the other rooms.
At Laser Lipo Studio, trained technicians pass the Chromgenex i-Lipo laser over fatty tissue to break down the fat cells and cause them to release their contents into the body, where they are burned for energy. This noninvasive treatment involves no pain and no needles, and, though multiple sessions may be needed for optimal results, the average person can see up to a 5-centimetre reduction in their waistline, thighs, or other targeted areas. Laser Lipo Studio recommends that clients do some form of cardio exercise, such as bicycling or chasing cars on the highway, within eight hours after their treatments to help burn the excess energy and further flush the body.
Though it's been years since Liliana graduated from esthetics school, she has yet to stop learning. She is always seeking out the latest beauty technologies to improve her practice, such as a Zerona fat-reduction laser, laser hair removal, and radio-frequency cellulite treatments. Over the years, she has performed more than 20,000 of these noninvasive procedures, custom-tailoring each and every one to her individual client's needs.
Kids have it great. Their skin is flawless and their fast metabolisms destroy each sugar-loaded morsel they devour before it makes its way to their hips and thighs. But all kids grow up, and when they do, they need a little more help keeping their youthful radiance. That's where Live DeLife, a laser clinic located inside Izabella Hair Salon, comes into the picture. Its technicians remove hair follicles and fade acne marks, spider veins, and unwanted tattoos of old gym-locker combinations. Rebirthcell needle-free injections vanquish fine lines and sallow skin, and Radio Derm equipment smoothes cellulite and boosts blood circulation. For more relaxing treatments, clients can de-stress with massages laced with aromatherapy, honey, and hot stones.
Because skin cells don't have mouths to take vitamins or eat healthy foods, it’s the responsibility of aestheticians to find alternative ways to keep them healthy. At Elysium Wellness Med Clinic, the skin techs seem to have cracked the code, delivering therapeutic rejuvenation treatments for the face and the body. Their corrective therapies are highly scientific yet nonsurgical, addressing common conditions including fine lines, wrinkles, dullness, hyperpigmentation, and acne. In addition to laser hair removal, microdermabrasion, and chemical peels, the team offers lipo-laser treatments, which encourage fat cells to release their stored contents while resetting the part of the brain that’s attracted to frumpy bathing suits.