Danielle is the beauty & health blogger behind the locally based blog I’m Loving This... On I’m Loving This… Danielle shares helpful beauty and health tips in addition to product reviews. On her blog, you’ll discover everything you need from how to get healthy, need-to-try beauty tricks, and shopping tips to the products that let her down. Read More
Would you like to be a part of the NuAge Laser Team? We’re Hiring!
We are looking for additional staff member to join our amazing team. We are a high-end boutique Laser and Skin Care Clinic in Downtown Vancouver. This is not an ordinary medical clinic — our team constantly strive to provide the highest level of unparalleled patient care. Read More
Do you ever look at yourself in the mirror and wish that your face had a more even tone? That it was cleaner and more hydrated? If you answered yes, you may want to consider microdermabrasion. This non-invasive treatment gently exfoliates your skin. After a series of treatments, your complexion will appear smoother, brighter and more even in color, which is why microdermabrasion is one the most popular procedures at our Vancouver laser and skin care center. Read More
Vancouver beauty blogger, Jaime, recently visited NuAge Laser to try our Laser Hair Removal Treatment. Jaime shared her experience with the NuAge staff as well as her Laser Hair Removal Treatment on her blog, Girl Loves Gloss.
“When I got to my consultation with Ellie, the first thing I mentioned to her was that I am a total wimp when it comes to pain. She nodded and smiled and assured me that she would take good care of me, and she certainly has. Right from the moment I sat down, she got out her iPad and drew a diagram of how the hair on our body grows, how lasers penetrate the hair shaft to the follicle and over time, destroy the follicle so no more hair grows. She also explained that laser technology has grown immensely in the last decade, now with four types of devices (IPL, Diode, Alexandrite and Nd:YAG) and that NuAge actually has a medical grade system that has all FOUR types of devices. While some may have had very painful laser experiences in the past, it was likely due to one type of laser being used for a multitude of treatments.”
Read her full review on her NuAge experience!
I’m planning my wedding for spring and it’s made me think about how I want to look on my big day and, in particular, how I want my skin to appear. My photos are one the most important components to me since, after all, they’re one of the few things I get to keep (aside from the memories and dress, of course). With all of the planning and spending, I don’t want dull skin, blemishes or dark under eye circles to ruin my hard work. Now that I’ve realized my wedding is only seven months away, I’ve put together a treatment plan. Some of my skin concerns are fairly common, so I’ll share my wedding skin care plan first before offering a roadmap for treating other skin conditions prior to saying, “I do.”
Our skin is our largest organ and the only one directly tied to how we look. Just like the rest of the body, it needs nutrients to thrive. A question we often hear at our Vancouver laser clinic is: What are the best vitamins for skin health? Well, we’ve got you covered with our guide to the essential vitamins the skin needs for longevity and, of course, to look amazing.
For those of us who invest in feeling good in our own skin, sometimes finding the right treatment plan is more challenging than doing the actual work. There’s a lot of buzz around what celebrities are doing and it’s very obvious that a few have had some work done. But there are celebrities who look natural and seem to appear younger the older they get. If you’re anything like me, you want to know what their beauty secret is to give it a try. So, here it is…they get laser facials on the regular.
When nail fungus rears its ugly head it can be a seriously frustrating problem. It begins as a white or yellow spot under the tip of your fingernail or toenail. As the fungal infection goes deeper, nail fungus may cause your nail to discolor, thicken and crumble at the edge. It can affect several nails and sometimes even spread. To make matters worse, it’s tricky to treat and there doesn’t seem to be one solution for all. If left alone and not treated, it’s unlikely to get better. If you’re not bothered by it, you might decide it’s not worth treating since treatment can take a long time, may cause side effects and isn’t always effective. If it does concern you, we’ll help you identify a few ways you can restore clear, healthy nails.
About 7 months ago, local beauty and style blogger Chelsea who runs one of our favourite blogs decided to embark on a laser hair removal journey. Since that time, her readers have been asking questions about her experience and more broadly about laser hair removal. Today we answer those questions over at her blog.