The Iconic Beauty team poses together!

The Iconic Beauty team poses together!

Face the world with confidence: Here’s how

Red Deer aesthetics studio shares confidence-boosting tips

Look good. Feel good. Do good. It may seem like a silly mantra, but when you leave your house looking your best you tend to hold yourself higher than when you leave rocking a full sweatsuit. When you invest in yourself you feel healthier and happier – it changes how you interact with the world.

In recognizing this, Iconic Beauty Aesthetics offers services to help you embrace the bold and unapologetic person you were born to be!

“To me, beauty itself is not an aesthetic. Beauty comes from confidence and confidence is an absolute game-changer in life. When you’re confident, you hold yourself up higher, you carry yourself better and you look people in the eyes,” notes Sarah Noble, owner of Red Deer’s Iconic Beauty Aesthetics. “The cosmetic treatments we offer are meant to facilitate this, we want to encourage self-love, self-respect and self-acceptance. It’s a vehicle for people to gain confidence.”

The clinic offers luxury services in a welcoming and inviting environment – no matter what treatment you’re interested in, you’re guaranteed to be greeted with open arms. Understanding it can be intimidating discussing insecurities, the staff remains objective and informative, for a less-daunting discussion. It also ensures all clients are expertly informed in their treatment choices.

So just what services are offered? While procedures at this modern practice range from laser treatments to skin care products, today’s focus will be on injectables.

Injectables

These are the substances injected into the skin that plump and support the face. The clinic offers three different kinds.

  • Neuromodulators – Commonly known as BOTOX, these restrict your facial muscles from contracting. With fewer muscle contractions, fine lines can smooth out, creating a younger, rejuvenated appearance. Consider preventive use, or to reverse and minimize the appearance of forehead lines, crow’s feet around the eyes, frown lines and other pesky signs of aging.
  • Dermal Fillers – As we age, we lose volume in our skin, fat and muscle which create the appearance of aging. This is where dermal fillers come in – restoring lost volume and creating a more defined facial structure that gives skin a more youthful appearance. Various fillers can be used, so clinicians will help you choose one that best fits the look you want.
  • PRP – Platelet-rich plasma (known as PRP) is used to improve your body’s ability to heal tissue. By using a concentration of platelets, collected from your own blood, it accelerates your body’s collagen production, improving your skin’s overall appearance. It can be used to treat large pores, surgical scars, wrinkles and fine lines, sun damage and uneven skin texture.

You can workout, eat healthy, drink plenty of water and still see signs of aging. While slurping spinach smoothies might not be enough, a trip to Iconic Beauty Aesthetics clinic can be! Get ready to show off your most confident self thanks to the knowledgeable team.

Visit in person or online to learn more, or head to their Instagram and Facebook pages for more info!

Beauty

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