Do you have stubborn areas of localized fat that you would like to get rid of? Have you already tried traditional means to eliminate it through diet and exercise and had no luck? If so, you may have heard about non-surgical body contouring procedures that freeze your fat away, which targets and naturally eliminates fat cells in localized areas without the need for incisions, surgery, or downtime. How Does Fat Freezing Work? Fat freezing here at Fairview Laser works by freezing stubborn fat in areas such as the tummy area, thighs, or “love handles”. The technology utilized to do this procedure will deliver controlled cooling to effectively target fat cells alone, which will then be crystallized and frozen in a process called “cryolipolysis”. The body will naturally eliminate these cells in an easy, non-invasive way that diet and exercise cannot…


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What Is Acne? Acne is one of the most common skin conditions affecting millions of people in North America alone. They often show up as a breakout of pimples on the face, but it can also occur on the chest, back, shoulders, and neck. Acne occurs when your pores get clogged with oil, bacteria, and dead skin cells. Although acne tends to affect teenagers going through puberty, it is very common in adults as well. While a breakout on the chest or back can be easily covered with clothing, it can be more difficult to cover the texture of blemishes and pimples on the face. They can also be tender to the touch and even painful, depending on how severe the breakout is. Acne can sometimes make you feel self-conscious about your appearance and lower your confidence. Luckily, there are…


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After a acne breakout, acne scars are often the byproduct. If blemishes are popped or picked at, it can lead to additional damage on the skin and thus, leave a scar as a result. Unfortunately, acne scars can still develop regardless of how careful you may be with handling your skin. Cystic breakouts, as well as inflamed blemishes, are the most likely to leave a scar behind, although for some skin tones, even small breakouts can lead to scaring. Acne scars can come in a variety of forms: Post Inflammatory Pigmentation: This flat discolouration is very common and usually appears as brown, purple, or red spots on the skin. These scars can take a long time to disappear on its own. Pitted, Depressed, or Atrophic Scars: These scars are indented below the rest of the surrounding skin and appear most…


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