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Welcome to our clinics!

We are proud to offer a safe, comfortable and supportive environment where clients can feel at ease when dealing with their concerns of unwanted hair.

We are an LGBT positive space and have supported the Trans community for over 20 years.

Open 7 days with flexible late hours!

We offer 3 locations to accommodate your needs:

Advanced Institute of Electrolysis and Laser Bay Street Clinic of Electrolysis & Skin care
1033 Bay Street unit 310 A, Toronto, ON M5S 3A5 ‎
416-921-1357


Rosedale Medical Centre Rosedale Medical Centre
600 Sherbourne  unit  304, Toronto, ON M4X 1W4 ‎
416-929-9000  or 647-929-6721 (cell)


Yonge & Beautiful Cosmetic Clinic Yonge & Beautiful Cosmetic Clinic
(at Aura Shops, North/West corner of Yonge/Gerrard Level P1 unit 8)
384 Yonge Street, Toronto, ON M5B 1S8 ‎
416-921-2512


All client information remains strictly confidential.
Our clinics are inspected by Toronto Public Health on a yearly basis to ensure we meet the highest industry standards.

Call to book your complimentary consultation where we will work together to find the best treatment plan for your hair removal needs.

 


Skin Conditions are History with Victory! Let us take care of your skin!

   

Laser Hair Removal

So if you were previously turned away, or your laser hair removal treatments in the past did not yield satisfactory results, then we can certainly help you.

E-LIGHT or ELOS is the latest technology for permanent hair reduction of all skin colours.

Regardless of your skin colour and whether you hair is blonde, white, red, grey or dark you have a solution!
It treats extremely fine hair on light skin and also is clinical proven to be the safest hair removal solution for dark skin.

At the consultation, we pay attention to the skin type of the client.

Know Your Skin Type

The best recognized system for classification of skin type is the Fitzpatrick system which classifies skin in 6 different categories - types 1 - VI.

SKIN TYPE I
Irish, Scandinavian, Northern European
SKIN TYPE II
English, Eastern European
SKIN TYPE III
Southern European, Mediterranean
SKIN TYPE IV
Hispanic, Asian, Indian
SKIN TYPE V
Jamaican, African
SKIN TYPE VI
Nigerian, Sub-Saharan Africa

How does it work?

  • Gentle light and electric energies combine to damage the hair follicle. This disables the follicle from growing hair, which means that gradually over several treatments, there is a long-term reduction in the amount of hair in that area.

What kind of results can be expected?

  • Each treatment will result in less hair coming back, as well as hair growing progressively lighter in colour, becoming finer and also slowing regrowth. It takes more than one treatment to affect all the follicles growing in an area. Most people achieve satisfactory clearance after 4-8 treatments, however, individual results vary depending on medical and genetic factors. Lighter coloured hair may require more treatments than darker coloured hair.

How frequently?

  • Most people achieve satisfactory clearance after 4-8 treatments, which are usually performed every 1-2 months. This depends on individual factors that the practitioner will discuss during consultation.

How does it all feel?

  • The sensation is often described as a ‘hot pinch’ or ‘snapping’ feeling. The sensation only lasts for a fraction of a second and warmth and/or a tingling sensation is experienced for a short time afterward. The E-Light system also has a built in cooler at the head (point of contact) which will significantly increase comfort levels during the procedure.

What happens after?

  • Temporary pinkness in the skin lasts a very short time and most people return to work or normal activities immediately after treatment. The treated area will ‘shed’ some hairs over the next 3-4 weeks and there may be a short period of irregular hairlessness in the area until the conclusion of the course.

Who is suitable?

  • E-LIGHT will suit anybody seeking a long-term solution to shaving, waxing, plucking or electrolysis. There are a few medical conditions that contra-indicate people from treatment that the practitioner will discuss during consultation.