New Med Spa Leads Local Market In Non-Invasive Body Contouring
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(HALIFAX, NS, SEPTEMBER 13, 2021) Opening on September 18th in downtown Halifax, Body Works Med Spa & Wellness is the only medical spa in Atlantic Canada that focuses on non-invasive technologies to help clients look and feel slimmer, fitter, and younger while enhancing quality of life – with no surgery or downtime. Two of the medical spa’s state-of-the-art technologies, Emsculpt Neo and Exilis Ultra, are non-invasive body contouring technologies, which reshape areas of the body.
Widely known as the most advanced non-invasive body contouring technology on the market, clinical studies show that Emsculpt Neo permanently reduces fat by 30% and builds 25% more muscle on average. It’s the only body contouring option approved by Health Canada that builds muscle. Treatable areas include the abdomen, glutes, biceps, triceps, inner thighs, outer thighs, front thighs, back thighs, and calves.
Exilis Ultra is a whole-body solution to fine lines, wrinkles, skin laxity, cellulite, and stubborn fat. As the newest version of the Exilis technology, it’s creating satisfaction worldwide. On the face, it tightens skin and stimulates new collagen production, making clients look younger in the long-term without going under the knife. On the body, it tightens skin, smooths cellulite, and permanently reduces stubborn fat in hard-to-reach areas.
Body Works Med Spa & Wellness has a third non-invasive technology called Emsella. This revolutionary device is an easy and effective solution to urinary incontinence. By strengthening the pelvic floor muscles, it prevents and improves symptoms of urinary incontinence, even when nothing else works.
Body Works Med Spa & Wellness also offers Core to Floor therapy, which is a combination of Emsculpt Neo and Emsella to power up the whole core, and Non-Invasive Mommy Makeovers, which use all three technologies in custom-tailored packages. It’s the only provider of Core to Floor therapy and Non-Invasive Mommy Makeovers in the region.
The medical spa’s owners are a husband-and-wife team, John Good and Catherine Crosbie. “We’re thrilled to bring these amazing technologies to Halifax”, says Crosbie, who is the Owner-Operator. “We can’t wait to welcome people to our beautiful, newly-renovated clinic”. The medical spa is located in Suite 206 of 1535 Dresden Row, also known as the Vertu building.
Crosbie says, “Whether you want to kick-start a new healthy lifestyle, fit into pre-pregnancy clothes again, bounce back from the pandemic, age with confidence, or look slim and young forever, we believe that everyone has the right to control their own bodies, take advantage of medical and aesthetic advances if they so choose, and feel good about their choices.”
People can learn more at www.BodyWorksMedSpa.ca and book free consultations, which are available virtually or in-person at the clinic. Body Works Med Spa & Wellness is on Facebook and Instagram @BodyWorksMedSpaWellness.