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What’s the difference between a Med Spa and Day Spa?

post-picIf you want to enhance your outward appearance, or pamper yourself a little, chances are you’ve visited a day spa. However, medical spas are becoming increasingly popular throughout the world. Not only do medical spas provide the pampering you are looking for, but also achieve long-lasting results targeted to your wants, needs and concerns.

Day spas are a wonderful place to receive pampering treatments such as massages, pedicures, manicures and facials. People leave feeling refreshed, rejuvenated and well taken care of. However, results tend to disappear within a matter of days. Medical spas take a different approach to pampering. When you experience treatments at a medical spa, you will still receive a luxurious treatment, but your results will be long lasting through the use of medical tools (for example, medical peels, or laser treatments).

 

Bradford Skin Clinic fits into the category of Medical Spa. Here at Bradford Skin Clinic we provide medical grade solutions for common skin conditions, including:

Eczema Psoriasis Sun Damage Acne Melasma / Cholasma Rosacea

We also offer a variety of treatments catered to individual wants, needs and concerns, including:

Medical Grade Facial Peels Laser Hair Removal Photorejuvenation Skin Tag Removal & Injectables Skin Tightening Body Contouring

To Summarize: as the Merle Norman Chinook Centre states, “you’ll be more relaxed when you visit the day spa for superficial treatments, and your skin will look younger and fresher if you visit the medical spa regularly for state-of-the-art technological treatments that address issues lying within or underneath the skin’s surface.”