Beauty & Spas in Waterloo

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Light Touch Laser Clinic's experienced, licensed, and certified laser technicians wield FDA- and CSA-approved equipment to improve the natural aesthetics of their patients. Specializing in both advanced skin care and Medical Grade skin care products, Light Touch Laser Clinic offers free consultations performed by an experienced team of professionals. Infrared lights beam over sagging skin, tightening areas by penetrating the deep tissue and stimulating collagen growth. Fine lines and wrinkles are diminished under the micropulses of lasers and radio waves, and intense pulsed light and lasers tackle superficial and deeper leg veins. No matter the treatment, clients can take advantage of free consultations to learn more about their procedure and get close enough to the laser technicians to call them Punkin'.

151 Frobisher Drive
Waterloo,
ON
CA

With more than 17 years of styling experience and slew of hair colour classes tucked behind her ear, Creative Touch Hair Salon’s Cathy Brown snips, shapes, and dyes locks with confidence. By analyzing her clients’ face-shapes, the deft cosmetologist can determine and suggest the most feature-flattering hairstyle and best-fitting top hat. Brown slings top-shelf products by Joico and Schwarzkopf as she infuses strands with deep-conditioning treatments, enhances colour with highlights, or adds bounce with perms. In addition to men's, women's, and children's cuts, the stylist also grooms hirsute brows and eradicates unwanted tufts from lips and chins with professional wax treatments.

57 King Street North
Waterloo,
ON
CA

Avaria Health & Beauty Corp. is the brain child of two modern day alchemists. Cosmetic physician Dr. Keith Burk and compounding pharmacist Phil Hudson own Avaria, hunched over cactus extracts and meadowfoam seed oil, puzzling out how better to deliver their natural vitamins into arid epidermises. The result is high-end beauty products that both beautify and strengthen skin, blending natural ingredients such as grapefruit extract, emu oil, and starlight with amino acids and vitamins essential to repairing damage to skin from aging and external sources. All of Avaria's products are paraben-free and manufactured in Canada.

550 Parkside Drive
Waterloo,
ON
CA

At Elysis, registered massage therapists work to liberate weary bodies from the tyranny of muscle tension. During a 30-minute Swedish massage, a skilled therapist's healing hands not only serve as perfect turkey stencils but also help to ease chronic pain and improve the body's circulation. After a soothing massage, guests can usher their feet into a 30-minute ion cleanse foot spa. Warm salt water saturates weary phalanges, designed to cleanse bodies of clingy toxins and balance off-kilter pH levels. After a detoxifying footbath, patrons may experience a brightening of their complexion, more restful slumber, and an increased likelihood of sprouting wings.

410 Conestogo Rd
Waterloo,
ON
CA

In 1997, Dr. Norbert Egger developed the innovative concept for effectively whittling away inches by merging medical therapies with regular exercise and metabolism-boosting nutrition. Dr. Egger's Hypoxi method has since grown to include its own line of exercise equipment and an intensive training program for consultants, who are stationed in 40 countries around the world. Certified consultant Sabine Hutter leads the fight against flab at Hypoxi Waterloo, where she lines her sunlit space with machines resembling space pods or massage beds—including the Vacunaut, S120, L250, and Hypoxi Dermology. The machines' chambers apply vacuum and compression therapies to targeted areas, working in tandem with elliptical trainers or stationary bikes to boost circulation and reduce the appearance of cellulite.

100 Frobisher Drive
Waterloo,
ON
CA

Most Popular Service: Registered Massage Therapy

Reservations/Appointments: Required

Established: 1997

Staff Size: 2?10 people

Parking: Parking lot

Pro Tip: Please arrive 10 minutes early to complete required paperwork.

Steven Foley began his journey to becoming a massage therapist as a martial artist. As he practiced karate and tai chi, he developed a keen sense of body awareness. This body awareness led him to seek out ways in which he could gently balance tensions and pains within himself. Massage turned out to be the answer, and he eventually realized that he wanted to share its benefits with others. So, he founded Foley's Massage Therapy. Here, he relieves his clients' soreness and pain from injuries with trigger-point therapy, and battles tension by using his martial arts skills against the monkeys that cling to clients' backs.

420 Weber Street North
Waterloo,
ON
CA