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May 14

We (which of course refers to we here at the Yonge Eglinton LaserEye and Cosmetic Centre in Toronto, Ontario)will be featured on Virgin Radio's website this Wednesday, May 16th. Why, you ask? Because, inquisitive reader, we're offering an exciting promotion: you can get your mitts on one (1) gift certificate worth $500 applicable towards our laser vision correction, skin care treatments (excluding botox or juvederm), or laser hair removal services for a mere $250! Wow! Full details in the massive, tantalizing screenshot below:

Full details for our upcoming promotion

May 1

As is the custom with Antarctic youth, I spent much of my childhood assigned to guard-duty every other night at the penguin defense watchtower situatedatop the northern gate of my village. The watchtower wasa sort of landlocked crow's nest that provided first warning against an impending penguin attack. Though the long, exhausting nocturnal hours were punctuated only byhowling Antarctic wind, litsputteringly by asemi-circle of whale-oil lamps, and soured always by the possibility of a hoard of fanged penguins in their characteristic spiked hatsleaping over the walls and razing our village to the ground,I could always depend on myguard-shift culminating with a lovingly prepared chunk of spiced glacier awaiting my arrival home, courtesy of Mother. "Bljoorg t'gzlaaar, m! sqaat-ogo-ogo," she would say in Antarctican as she placed the spiced glacier before me. I shall never forget this as long as

Apr 25

Ah, summer. As a native Antarctican, Jack Frost ruled over my childhood like an emperor and carniverous penguins served as his watchful patrolmen, as we've discussed in previous of my ramblings. This means, perhaps unsurprisingly, that I love summer precisely because it is the exact inverse of Emperor Frost's domain. Everything, whether animal, vegetable, or mineral shines with a higher degree of beauty. The warmer weather lifts the spirits of one and all, and,through some unexplained scientific process, seemingly fills the heart with helium and lifts it within its cavity, thus shedding from its carapace the miseries accumulated during winter. I myself plan to have a second and probably champagne-filledjacuzzi installed on the roof of my 89th floor penthouse office in order to fully take advantage of the many joys summer has to offer.

"But wait!!!" you scream as you erupt out of your beach chair and throw your cat at nothing in particular out of pure terror,"What

Mar 14

I am 9! sez YELC collectively

Not so long ago, on the evening of *strategically trails off incoherently, so as to avoid revealing the date and thus the once again sizable gap between blog posts* the Yonge Eglinton Laser Eye and Cosmetic Centre in Toronto, Ontario celebrated its ninth anniversary. Dr. David Rootman, who tempers his medical directorship with a side-gig as the main designer and sole proprietor of local coffee mug e

Oct 12
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Although must of us wont complain that the sun is still shining in October, we mustnt overlook the harmful effects that the sun can have on unprotected skin. Over time, chronic sun exposure can cause gradual changes to the skin. Sun damage can occur in all skin types although individuals with fair skin are at greater risk.

What is photoaging?
Sun damage plays a major role in skin cancer and photo aging. Photo aging is damage that is done to the skin from prolonged exposure to the sun. It may reveal itself on the skin in wrinkles, scaling, dryness, age spots, broken blood vessels and pigmentation.

Can I prevent photoaging?
The best way to prevent photoaging is by applying sunscreen with a high SPF daily to all areas prone to sun exposure. In addition, minimize direct exposure to the sun and UV radiation.

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