If you’re ready to fall in love with yourself from the inside out, a trip to Iconic Beauty is in order!

If you’re ready to fall in love with yourself from the inside out, a trip to Iconic Beauty is in order!

Embracing insecurities and encouraging self love

The experts at Iconic Beauty are here to help you gain confidence

We all have flaws, they’re part of what makes us human and unique. While many of us try to erase our imperfections – often to no avail – the experienced staff at Iconic Beauty are here to help us embrace them.

Through tailored cosmetic procedures and services they help highlight the parts of yourself that you love and minimize the parts you don’t, helping you put your best self forward.

While our last segment focused on injectables, this week we’re focusing on laser treatments!

The knowledgeable staff at Iconic Beauty undergo rigorous training to ensure the highest-calibre service. With multiple laser treatments to choose from, keep reading to learn which best matches your skincare goals.

The knowledgeable staff at Iconic Beauty undergo rigorous training to ensure the highest-calibre service.

The knowledgeable staff at Iconic Beauty undergo rigorous training to ensure the highest-calibre service.

Pigmentation, Veins, Acne & Rosacea Treatment

Lasers can be used to reduce the appearance of pigmentation, veins, acne, and rosacea. To get started, book a no-obligation consultation where staff will take you through the experience. They’ll help determine goals as you pinpoint specific problem areas, and will review your medical and family history to ensure you’re getting the best treatment choice.

Laser Hair Removal

Laser hair removal uses a highly concentrated beam of light, which pigment in the hair absorbs and turns into heat. The heat reaches down into hair follicles and stops new hair from growing. This is an excellent long-term alternative to shaving, waxing, and sugaring unwanted facial or body hair. Because hair grows in cycles, multiple treatments are necessary for permanent results.

Skin Tightening & Face Lifting

Our skin loses elasticity over time, but by using a series of non-surgical treatments called Fontona 4D, you can rejuvenate facial skin. The heat from the laser penetrates deep into the layers of skin, which then stimulates the production of collagen and elastin, resulting in a more youthful look. Fontona 4D can yield great results with minimal downtime, and there are also lighter tiers of treatment offered. Perfect for adults of all ages, gender, and skin types who are looking for smoother, younger-looking skin!

Skin Resurfacing

Use a medical-grade laser to improve skin texture and appearance, with results tailored to specific skin care needs. For concerns that aren’t treatable with over-the-counter products such as crows feet, uneven skin tone, or fine lines and wrinkles, skin resurfacing is an excellent alternative.

Scar & Stretch Mark Treatment

By using a process of deep fractional resurfacing, the team at Iconic Beauty can reduce the appearance of scars and stretch marks. The method is designed to minimize healing time and discomfort during treatment.

If you’re ready to fall in love with yourself from the inside out, a trip to Iconic Beauty is in order!

While personal services are temporarily on hold, they remain open for gift card and retail purchases from 12 to 4 p.m. on from Dec. 17 to 19, 22 to 23, and 29 to 30.

For pre-arranged curb-side pickup, you can call the clinic at 587-802-2863 any time, or DM them on Instagram or Facebook.

With multiple laser treatments to choose from, the team at Iconic Beauty can help determine which one best matches your skincare goals.

With multiple laser treatments to choose from, the team at Iconic Beauty can help determine which one best matches your skincare goals.

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