You deserve a break from a stressful day, and Ozera Healing Spa and Salon offers so many relaxing options you won’t ever want to leave.
You can try out a new hair style or enjoy a facial, but thanks to their new and exclusive SharpLight medical and aesthetic treatments you can also rejuvenate your skin, sculpt your body and remove any unwanted hair.
The multi-function SharpLight laser safely and painlessly removes hair of any colour, unlike some other hair removal lasers which cannot remove blond hair on light skin or black hair on dark skin. The SharpLight covers the whole skin and hair colour spectrum.
Ozera owners Jaedean and Cassandra say they’ve seen the SharpLight laser provide results above and beyond what the client expects.
“It amazing to see just how impressive the SharpLight laser is,” Jaedean says. “Clients who have had laser before tell us that our treatments are more effective than others they have tried. They’re ecstatic when they see how thorough we are with the SharpLight.”
And like Ozera offers multiple services, the SharpLight doesn’t just remove body hair.
Sharplight uses radio frequency to contour your body by safely melting away pesky fat cells anywhere on the body.
“A strict diet and exercise program doesn’t always guarantee you’ll lose the fat you want where you want it to go,” Jaedean says. “I think everyone at some time or another has had that pesky bit of fat and loose skin that just won’t go away.”
“It’s incredible how much of a difference losing inches in a specific place makes” Cassandra says. “We see clients leaving with big smiles on their face because they’re on the path to the body they’ve always wanted.”
The SharpLight platform can also remove stretchmarks and wrinkles, all without a single needle, as well as remove sun damage, age spots and rejuvenate your skin and leave you with better colour and texture.
Jaedean says the laser has been used for every possible use since it was introduced a year ago.
“So many times people come in looking just for a bit of rejuvenation and it expands from there. They’re capitalizing on everything it can do to make their dreams come true.”
The simple and painless SharpLight fits in easily with Ozera’s relaxed and comforting atmosphere.
Cassandra says Ozera’s serene ambience comes from the natural relationship between herself and her mother which then extends out to every customer.
“We’re always in a good mood, and why wouldn’t we be? We get the privilege of watching women and men relax and unwind,” she says. “If someone’s in a bad mood when they sit in our chairs, they certainly aren’t when they leave.”
Relaxing at Ozera is all about forgetting about the outside world. When you’re there, you’re there in a space where everything is as it should be. Once your SharpLight treatment, hair cut or facial is complete you’ll feel reinvigorated and ready to head back outside refreshed and focused.
When travelling, clients will often bring back shells and rocks from their travels to bolster Ozera’s rock collection.
“They’re bringing back a bit of themselves with it,” Cassandra says. “There’s a lot of love between us and our clients and we’re definitely all friends.”
To honor our loyal guests Ozera is running their Seventh Annual Holiday Sale from Nov. 24 to 26, where all of their giftware and Aveda products will be 20 percent off. The best hair care treatments and gifts a spa can offer are available for less, making for a Christmas gift anyone would love.
While at the spa be sure you sign up for Aveda's Pure Privilege Loyalty Points where you earn 10 points for every dollar spent on Aveda product. Ozera is the only Spa & Salon that offers this in Prince Albert and is one of three in the province. You can redeem for free Aveda product and even a spa getaway.
Don't forget to pick up a gift certificate for that special someone in your life. With every $100 spent receive $10 in Spa Bucks to be used on any service in January. Two gifts in one, give them away or use them yourself. Please visit the Prince Albert Spa at 351-16th street west. Call 306-922-2115 for appointments.
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