Beta Wellness Centre’s facial rejuvenation treatments can help bring radiant, brighter and tighter skin without surgical procedures and without any downtime!

Beta Wellness Centre’s facial rejuvenation treatments can help bring radiant, brighter and tighter skin without surgical procedures and without any downtime!

Put your best face forward this Spring!

Beta Wellness Centre offers new facial rejuvenation programs

With Spring officially sprung, we’ve welcomed many changes with it. The weather is warmer, buds and blossoms are bursting open, and we have more daylight hours to enjoy it all.

For many, this time of renewal and fresh starts is also the time to embrace a few welcome changes for ourselves, especially if they’ll leave us looking and feeling our best!

And with the non-invasive treatments offered at Beta Wellness Centre by Dr. Galina Bogatch, ND Spring rejuvenation can bring significant results with little or no downtime.

“My treatments embody the idea of transformation of both one’s health and one’s appearance. People call it beauty from within. This is a process of enhancement of the natural beauty with a slight turn of the clock a few years back”. Dr. Bogatch says. “The approach helps tighten the skin’s collagen, and will lift it, but since there’s no chemicals or artificial fillers used, your face isn’t distorted, it’s essentially just you, but looking younger!”

  1. JetPro Facial: The one-of-a-kind technology delivers serums deep into the skin, to effectively treat and prevent various skin conditions and concerns with no downtime and visible results after just one treatment. Compared to chemical peels, laser or micro needling, it’s actually a very gentle and relaxing procedure.
  2. JetPro Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP): A patented technology delivers Platelet Rich Plasma into the skin. It restores the collagen and elastin improving skin’s hydration, texture, and tone. The treatment includes lymphatic drainage, exfoliation and a customized infusion of natural, bioactive skin serum followed by JetStream PRP. No pain, no needles, no downtime, just results!
  3. Scarlet RF Micro Needling: Offering a safe, easy, and effective alternative to facelifts. This treatment improves skin’s elasticity, texture, and overall appearance. It tightens the skin, minimizes the appearance of wrinkles, scars and stretch marks. It also reduces the puffiness under the eyes.

To complement each treatment Dr. Bogatch recommends MoorSpa and the new professional line of products – ISSÉIMI.

If you’re looking for brighter, tighter, radiant skin but want to avoid surgical procedures and downtime, a trip to Beta Wellness Centre may be in order! Take the first step in your skin rejuvenation journey and book a consultation today.

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