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Laser Clinics expands into Canada with Richmond Hill, Ont. location

Laser Clinics recently opened one of its first advanced beauty care clinics in the company at Hillcrest Mall in Richmond Hill, Ont.
Laser Clinics recently opened one of its first advanced beauty care clinics in the company at Hillcrest Mall in Richmond Hill, Ont.

Laser Clinics, the world’s largest global cosmetic clinics company, recently opened one of its first advanced beauty clinics in Canada, located at Hillcrest Mall in Richmond Hill, Ont.
As part of its global business with more than 180 clinics in Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, and the U.K., Laser Clinics Canada offers advanced beauty treatments, skincare services, and products.
“We are excited to expand the world’s largest brand of advanced beauty and medical aesthetics services into Canada,” says George Jeffrey, directing manager for Laser Clinics Canada. “We are convinced Canadians will appreciate having greater access to more affordable medical-grade, top-quality aesthetics treatments that are tailored to their individual needs and desired results.”
Canadian locations will feature the same treatments and products which are successful in other markets including personalized skincare treatments tailored to specific skin concerns, cosmetic injectables, and long-lasting laser hair removal. Laser Clinics also offers consumers Skinstitut and Dr. Roebuck’s, described as “two clean and sustainable cosmeceutical skincare products made with Australian botanicals that enhance treatment results.” According a media release, Skinstitut specializes in high-performance cosmeceutical skincare aimed at creating “happy, healthy skin,” and Dr. Roebuck’s focuses on clean, sustainable skincare delivering “maximum results with minimal ingredients.”
Laser Clinic has a medical advisory committee that oversees and approves equipment and treatments offered by the company. The committee is comprised of dermatologists and non-surgical aesthetic doctors who meet regularly to review and engage governance of the network’s product and services while overseeing the quality of the customer experience.
“We’ve curated a treatment menu that was previously available only at a high cost from dermatologists,” says Dr. Jonathan Hopkirk, global medical director and head of the company’s medical advisory committee. “We have more than 300 experienced doctors, registered nurses, and cosmetic injectable experts who create a tailored treatment program for each and every client.”
After the establishment of a Canadian-based leadership team, Laser Clinics Canada is actively seeking expansion through the same 50/50 franchise-corporate co-owned business model it uses in other markets. Information on franchising opportunities, including benefits and a video presentation, is available at laserclinics.ca.
Owned and operated by KKR, a New York-based private equity firm, Laser Clinics delivered more than three million treatments globally in 2021. The company expects to open more than a dozen clinics in Canada this year.

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