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Welcoming everyone to the skin care seminar, the staff of Adamson Spa & Salon: Natalia, Esthetician; Devon, Receptionist; Svetlana, Educator, Skin Care Specialist & Esthetician; Anna Scatozza, Spa Owner & Rapi, Spa Manager
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Skin Care Seminar

On November 1st, Anna Scatozza, proprietor of Adamson Spa & Salon, located at
2 Adamson Street, Norval, and her team of estheticians and skin care specialists, hosted a change of season skin care seminar. During her presentation, guest speaker, Svetlana (educator, skin care specialist and esthetician), noted: “people want to live a quality life” and that “it’s the only skin we’ve got.” She recommended that women and men undergo two courses of treatment. In preparation for winter, removing the skin cells that have been damaged by the sun and other environmental factors, with a microdermabrasion treatment, following this with a hyaluronic acid treatment. Hyaluronic acid moisturizes skin from the inside out, smoothing out wrinkles in the process. It acts as an internal cosmetic to hydrate the skin. Adamson Spa & Salon is all about enhancing your natural beauty. For more information, please visit their website at

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