As a certified doctor of natural medicine, an aesthetician with years of experience, and a natural-health consultant, Irina is anything but a one-trick skin specialist. She puts her diverse background to use unearthing beauty with custom facials and permanent-makeup applications that keep eyebrows properly arched, lips colourful, and beauty marks firmly planted. While her staff meticulously performs mani-pedis and antibacterial, antimicrobial nonwax hair-removal treatments, Irina helms electrolysis and IPL sessions, as well as holistic Bowen-therapy treatments, which employ short bursts of rolling, massage-like moves designed to restore bodily balance and incite natural healing.
The trained technicians and professional aestheticians at York Laser Centre specialize in making their clients' skin look its best. With the aid of the skin-enhancing machines, vascular lesions, acne, sun damage, age spots, and excessive redness can fade from bodily surfaces. The spa's treatments also include laser hair removal and microdermabrasion treatments, which rejuvenate and tighten skin while reducing the appearance of fine lines and sending bodily hair back to the Play-Doh Spaghetti Factory from whence it came.
Clients rest among modern artwork and steel accents in Dreams Laser & Spa’s red-and-black lounge before heading to private rooms covered in white. This less stimulating color helps ease clients’ minds and senses as aestheticians exfoliate their skin with glycolic peels, brighten smiles with AuraWhite, and define eyes with lash extensions.
Skilled therapists and aestheticians at Naturalase customize spa treatments to suit complexions of all ages and skin types. Skin savants strive to not only bolster the appearance of clients’ facades with NaturaLase pulsed-light systems, but to also nourish and revitalize below the surface with organic, vitamin-rich products by Jane Iredale and Èminence. The relaxation gurus furnish the candlelit waiting room with plush leather couches and the occasional mariachi band to serenade patrons as they drift into private treatment rooms.
Fluid Day Spa might get its name from the in-house bubbly bathtubs, whose candlelit waters keep loose rose petals aloft. Or perhaps it refers to the inky red wine and champagne that deepens the relaxation of its spa treatments. Or, maybe it's a reference to the way muscles feel after a massage, soak, or scrub. Maybe it comes from the spa's curvy architectural lines, which undulate through the facility, but whatever the reason, it's clear "Fluid" is a fitting moniker. Treatments range from manicures to Botox, but every single service takes place in a soothingly low-lit treatment room.
Upon walking into the waiting area of Body Bar Laser Clinic, you may feel as though you've stepped into the future: an electric fireplace sits between stark white shelves filled with Obagi and SkinCeuticals products, and illuminated orbs hang from a ceiling that glows with electric blue light. Inside the clinic, the technology is no less advanced. Medically supervised technicians wield Syneron's eMax system to target a variety of skin conditions. During the Triniti series, a PhotoFacial radiofrequency session targets age spots and sun damage before the ReFirme device tightens skin and the Matrix IR fractional laser diminishes wrinkles. The team also reduces cellulite with noninvasive VelaShape sessions, sculpts bodies with Zerona cold-laser energy, and uses Proellixe vibration treatments to tone muscles and shake ears free of coins forgotten by magicians.