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03.11, 2011 bad skin was almost my entire life. Acne, tasks and Brunettes/freckles, red spots, UV rays, dry skin/oily/combination etc, I tried a lot of different products and even doctor prescribed, products, etc., nothing made a significant change in the difference, sustainable or created. Although I thought I'd take Accutane (and thank God, it's not terrible-shock effects). I did some research online and began to consider the idea of Microdermabrasion and IPL treatment/laser photo-rejuvenation treatments and that seemed the answer to revitol hair removal amazon all my skin problems. I did some research on clinics/health centres in the city and the downtown Vancouver laser skin care stand for 2 main reasons: 1), that have real dermatologists (doctors) who work there. (2) all technicians are qualified or trained and extremely polished and professional. Downtown Vancouver Lazer is not shit Salon at random, located on GroupOn for skin care. Is the only real, almost a * celebrity * kind of feeling of experience. After a few visits in half impressed me. So I decided to write a comment. First impression: everyone is gorgeous, with a beautiful (but not funny-looking) skin, which I took as a good sign. The Office is clean and organized, and the waiting room was the last magazines that actually want to read (which I love, I hate MacLean). The bathrooms are beautiful, clean, towels & individual candles. The Office looks elegant, the prices are very reasonable-and you can help the treatments in packages to save. And why not I with my face, cheap out. When it comes to my face, I want the quality of care and results. During the first visit, the staff took photos in detail the condition of my skin (a revelation that was), and I had a consultation with the doctor, who recommends individual treatments on me and all the answers to my questions. Lazer IPL and Microdermabrasion has been one of the best experiences ever. I started seeing results in 4 days, and I for treatments. The entire process was virtually painless (and actually a lot of fun), and I was informed every step of the way. The equipment used was clean and safe, and I felt very uncomfortable. I'm so excited to see what can be done even at my age (mid-1930s. sigh). If you struggle with skin problems, or if you're looking for a little excited, do something good for yourself. I did, and it is very interesting. .