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Bela Microdermabrasion Vancouver

Experience Bela MD microdermabrasion and dermalinfusion in Vancouver

Experience Bela MD microdermabrasion and dermalinfusion in Vancouver BOOK MICRODERMABRASION & DERMALINFUSION NOW BELA MD – 6 TREATMENTS IN 1 Microdermabrasion with Aqua handpiece and diamond tip The Aqua handpiece fitted with one of 3 diamond tips is used to perform a medical-grade exfoliation. With the outermost layers removed, skin […]

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Can Dermal Fillers Go Wrong Because of COVID?

Are Injectable Treatments Safe in Vancouver During COVID? Dr. Van Dewark of Sparrow MD Answers the Question. In aesthetic medicine, patient safety is of the utmost importance and takes priority – always. This is especially emphasized with any procedure that is cosmetic in nature. Keeping this in mind, no one […]

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varicose veins

How varicose veins occur & how to remove them

Understanding & Managing Unsightly and Painful Veins with Sclerotherapy in Vancouver Today it is common for adults to have varicose veins. Varicose veins are highly visible veins located just underneath the skin’s surface. They appear as bulging or twisted blood vessels. Usually, they appear on the inside of the leg, […]

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