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Face First Aesthetics

New wellness treatments to feel and look better

Everyone wants to feel confident and use a full range of movement. However, for many women who suffer from incontinence, this can seem impossible. “That is why tools like the Emsella Chair are so important,” says Emily Greb, Nurse Practitioner, Medical Director, and owner of Face First Medical Aesthetics in Orillia.

Face First Medical Aesthetics has recently moved to a new stand-alone clinic in Orillia, and is excited to now have space to offer the Emsella Chair to their patients.

To use the Emsella Chair, clients sit fully clothed on the device for 30 minutes, allowing the pulse that comes from the chair to strengthen their weakened pelvic floor muscles.

“It’s extremely safe and completely non-invasive,” says Emily.

Face First has also added IV therapy to their services, offering clients the opportunity to improve their skin, boost their immunity, or greater energy through the use of intravenous vitamin therapy.

IV treatments are nothing new within medical centers. But the idea of IV therapy is still relatively unheard of outside of the hospital setting, until now.

“Unlike taking a multi-vitamin orally, IV drips or infusions bypass the GI tract, so they are absorbed better.”

At Face First, there are four vitamin infusions available, one for immunity, another for radiant skin and hair, another for hydration, and another for energy and strength. Because they go into the bloodstream directly, patients can feel the effects of these treatments almost instantly.

While Emily has been looking to expand the wellness treatments available at Face First for some time now, their recent move to a stand-alone two-floor clinic in the Matchedash Lofts in downtown Orillia has helped make these treatments feasible.

In addition to their new treatments, the new location also provides more space for preventative skin care and cosmetic enhancements, using both cosmetic injections, and laser and medical-grade skincare treatments.

“Our focus is caring for people, helping them feel better about themselves,” says Kelsey Hancock, Medical Aesthetician and Certified Laser Technician with Face First. “With the use of injectable neurotoxins, dermal fillers, laser rejuvenation, micro-needling, medical-grade skincare, and chemical peels, we can help you keep your skin in the healthiest state.”

Whether you’re looking for a more youthful appearance, want to diminish the look of unsightly scars and discolourations, or are hoping for relief from migraines, there’s no need to feel ashamed for seeking treatment.

“If you can safely improve on something that bothers you, and if it gives you more confidence, then wouldn’t you do it?” says Emily.

With a larger clinic and more treatment rooms available, there’s never been a better time to book an appointment.

“We’re here to help you feel better inside and out,” says Kelsey.

TEXT SHELANNE AUGUSTINE | PHOTOS ANDREW FEARMAN

www.FaceFirstInjectables.com

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