SURREY, BC: Spotless Laser, a leading provider of skin treatments and hair removal in Surrey, BC, is proud to announce that two new treatments have been added to its list of services: The Sciton HALO Laser and BBL Hero. Sciton’s HALO is the world’s most advanced hybrid fractional laser. It provides the results of 4-6 resurfacing treatments in just one treatment, greatly reducing the service time. The BBL Hero is the fastest light-based technology that’s more comfortable and produces effective results, such as younger-looking skin.
Customer satisfaction is of the highest importance to the team at Spotless Laser, and the new treatment options will offer increased comfort, faster treatment times, and long-lasting results for new and repeat customers.
During the past few months, the clinic has seen an increase in clients and a flourishing interest in the services it provides. With a wide selection of advanced skin treatments, the company is also advancing its laser hair removal technology to meet the needs of its growing clientele. Just last year, the company announced the news of a second clinic opening in Burnaby, BC, to meet customer demand and offer its services on a larger scale.
With 30 years of success, Spotless Laser provides effective and affordable services, such as microneedling, HydraFacials, CoolSculpting, laser hair removal, and much more. The company’s team specializes in helping clients feel more comfortable in their skin by treating a collection of skin concerns, such as unwanted hair, wrinkles, acne scars, and rosacea. The team also tracks all client progress with year-round access to facial modeling and analysis. Using real data, Spotless Laser prides themselves on being able to help clients scientifically decide which treatments they need and how often they need them. For more information about the company and the services it provides, visit https://spotlesslaser.com/.
Spotless Laser Medical Aesthetics
8056 King George Blvd #105
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