Archive for November 2011
November 17th, 2011
For anyone looking for unique and truly beneficial holiday gifts this season, consider the gift of healthier, smoother skin.
From now until December 23rd 2011, Cosmedica is featuring the following promotions:
Laser Hair Removal: purchase one treatment and receive a second at half-price. Initial complimentary consultation is included and pre-purchased treatments are redeemable into the New Year. Contact us for details.
Microdermabrasion and Revlite Lasertoning: purchase a package of 3 treatments for just $149 (regularly $119 per treatment). Enjoy the instant improvement to skin texture with medical-grade Microdermabrasion and/or Revlite Lasertoning. No downtime. Over several treatments, skin will become smoother, clearer and the effects of skin care products are maximized.
Revitaglow airbrush tanning: $49 (regularly $80). Flawless and sunless, Revitaglow airbrush luxury tans are performed by a meticulous tanning professional with state-of-the-art handheld equipment for a perfect application. Glow at your holiday events this year - colour is customized from fair to exotic for a tan suited to your skin tone and ideal look.
SkinCeuticals: $250 A.G.E. Holiday Gift Set - top selling SkinCeuticals products, including A.G.E. Interrupter, A.G.E. Eye Complex, Retexturing Activator and CE Ferulic are all featured in this exquisite gift box set ($315 value). Supplies are limited.
Contact us today with inquiries or to purchase.
Happy Holidays from all the Cosmedica Team!
Skin Cancer Screenings - Dr. Lupin screens local MLA's and Ministers at Legislature on November 1st 2011
November 2nd, 2011
November 1st 2011 marks an unconventional meeting of BC politics and healthcare. Dr. Lupin, joined by fellow dermatologist Dr. Patrick Kenny, participated in the annual skin cancer screening at BC's Legislature where local MLA's and Ministers, including the Minister of Health himself - Mike de Jong - were screened for pre-cancerous and cancerous lesions of the skin.
The Canadian Dermatology Association, in an effort to continue to raise awareness of the dangers of unprotected sun exposure, holds annual public screening sessions in various locations around the province. This year in Victoria, patients lined up for hours at the University of Victoria's Clearhue Building for free screenings, family sun safety activities and prizes.
For information on skin cancer prevention and detection, visit www.dermatology.ca or contact your family doctor or dermatologist.