Laser Hair Removal The Hamptons Edmonton
Most people can agree that the time an average person spends on hair removal could be better spent elsewhere.
Shaving, threading, and waxing are painful, constant, and can cause ingrown hairs and irritate sensitive skin.
Regardless of who you are and how well you try to keep up with personal grooming, body hair just keeps growing back.
There is a better way if you are tired of the hassle, and getting rid of unwanted hair has never been easier! Laser treatments are an easy option for permanent hair removal, and if you have ever wondered if it’s for you, you may have some questions.
Of the hair removal methods available, laser hair removal is a safe and effective option.
The process is simple and requires little preparation or post-procedure action.
Laser hair removal treatments are designed to remove the hair from its source- the hair follicle.
At Encore Medical Rejuvenation, we offer upper body and lower body treatments or can focus on a specific area of your choosing, such as the face or bikini line.
Dermal Fillers – Hyaluronic Acid based Facial fillers are commonly used to restore loss volume in the face, building lip structure, Profile balancing, Creating facial contours, Sculpting out a jawline, ect.
HydraFacial – The gold standard of all facials.
Combining the benefits of a microderm, chemical peel, extractions and hydration facial, in an all-in-one treatment! Enhance your results by adding light therapy, Lymphatic drainage and boosters to further customize your treatment.
Microneedling – Collagen Induction Therapy.
By creating microchannels into the skin, we can stimulate collagen production, to help reduce the look of texture, fine lines, pore size and more.
Wrinkles are creases or folds that appear in the skin.
Naturally over time wrinkles develop with aging.
As skin becomes thinner and loses its elasticity wrinkles and lines begin to form on the face where the skin folds during facial expressions.
Effective treatments are available to reduce wrinkles and fine lines that develop in the skin.