The Anti Aging Toronto Clinic (www.AntiAgingToronto.ca), a Toronto-based provider of hair and skin restoration treatments, is thrilled to announce the addition of June Gordon to its team of medical aestheticians as part of ongoing efforts to expand services to include intense pulsed light (IPL) photofacials, IPL vein and pigmentation removal, and electrolysis treatments.
“The Clinic’s distinguished clientele have been asking for new services to improve their skin tone and skin quality, as well as electrolysis to get rid of the hair that lasers cannot easily affect,” explains Silvia Derasner, medical aesthetician and co-founder of the Anti Aging Toronto Clinic. “June brings 33 years of aesthetician experience and is a highly recognized professional. Her expertise will allow us to meet the growing needs of our clients.”
June Gordon has extensive education and practical experience with advanced skin care, laser therapies, and product ingredients. This varied experience is reflected in how she specializes in combined therapies, a multi-modality approach that combines methods for superior end results.
“June’s technological expertise will be an additional asset that the Clinic is thrilled to have on hand,” adds Derasner. “For the past nine years, June has been focusing her practice on skincare technology, and her knowledge will be a great benefit.”
The technological tools and treatments that Gordon is versed in include the ND Yag, Alexandrite, and Co2 fractional lasers, tattoo removal lasers, the Laser Carbon Spectra Peel, and IPL hand pieces. As befitting a specialist in combined therapies, Gordon is also skilled in radio frequency treatment, oxygen facials, microdermabrasion, herbal green peels, and chemical peels. As a certified phlebotomist, Gordon is also experienced in the Clinic’s highly popular platelet-rich plasma therapy.
The Anti Aging Toronto Clinic is a Toronto-based skincare clinic. It has been a pioneer in implementing modern technological and clinical treatments as part of its goal to be the best skincare clinic in the city. More information can be found on its web site at www.AntiAgingToronto.ca.