medi-facials

  • Bye-Bye Summer! The Secret To Turning Up Your Skin’s Glow

    Monday, September 5, 2016 - 10:52pm

    Because your skin is greatly affected by the seasons, you have to give it what it needs for each season of the year. As a result, your home care may need to change to accommodate those needs.

    Think of it this way. You don’t wear winter clothes in the summer. So why would you use the same skin care regimen all year long?

  • Ask The Experts – Dec 2015 Special Edition

    Monday, December 14, 2015 - 6:34am

    Got oily, sun-damaged, hyper-pigmented, sensitive, dry, or post-operative skin?

     

  • Women in Business - Fall 2015

    Monday, November 23, 2015 - 6:21am

    Women in Business – Nov 2015

     

    Katie Marshall, who offers clinical skin care and laser treatments in her award winning Uptown New West Studio, is a trusted and sought after skin care expert and medical esthetician loved by her clients and the community. She has been helping others get beautiful results for their unique skin types and conditions for over 5 years.

  • INTRODUCING NEW Advanced Skin Care Analysis with the Observ and PDM Skin Diagnostic devices

    Monday, November 9, 2015 - 11:00am

    Advanced Skin Analysis

    Advanced skin analysis from Medical Esthetics by Katie - Clinical Skin Care & Laser Studio, New Westminster, BC

    Have you ever wondered what condition your skin really is? Do you have questions about your skin? Acne? Scarring? Excess oil? Blackheads? Millia? Dark circles? Puffy eyes? Sun damage?

  • Telltale Signs Of Over-The-Hill

    Tuesday, September 8, 2015 - 12:02pm

    There was a woman who was so insecure without her make-up, she would cover her face and run to the bathroom after a facial.

    No joke. And to make matters worse, the make-up she wore was heavy and obvious. That’s not good at any age. But at her age, it was worse!

    As we get older, we sometimes get stuck in…well, old patterns. We still feel the same but our bodies have changed. Hate that, don’t you?

    Here are three telltale mistakes that signal somebody’s stuck in a flashback: