A Cleaner, Brighter & Healthier Complexion
Love the skin you're in.
The best in beauty begins with great skin!
Indulge in self-care by treating yourself to one of our specialized skin treatments.
35-minute skincare treatment :
Smoother and brighter skin in an instant, a deep exfoliation to reveal a healthier complexion
- $75 plus HST
55-minute skincare treatment :
Microdermabrasion+Low Level Light Therapy (a.k.a. Cold Laser!)
Smoother and brighter; hydrated and firmer skin. All the benefits of our 35-minute treatment, but we can also address the signs of aging or acne with some light therapy!
- $119 plus HST
75-minute skincare treatment :
Microdermabrasion + Low Level Light Therapy + Mask and Massage
Smoother and brighter; hydrated and firmer; relaxed and rejuvenated. All the benefits of our 55-minute treatment, with added mask and massage, when you really want to practise self-care!
- $139 plus HST
A brighter and healthier complexion begins with regular and consistent skincare treatments.
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