Laser Clinics expands to Canada

Laser Clinics expands to Canada
Laser Clinics expands to Canada

Laser Clinics has opened its first advanced beauty clinic in Canada in Richmond Hill, Greater Toronto.  

This is the initial move into the north American market for the Australian skin clinics business which has expanded to 180 clinics across Australia, New Zealand, Singapore and the UK since launching in  2008.

Laser Clinics Group CEO John Veitch said the company is excited to be in a position to provide  more customers with their world-leading advanced aesthetics treatments.

“The Canadian beauty industry has begun to show strong signs of growth over the past two years, and Laser Clinics has been eager to seize an opportunity for a strategic move into this key North American market,” Veitch said.  

“We are committed to expanding our high-quality cosmeceutical products and treatments to all customers – no matter  their budget or location – and are thrilled to now bring our world-leading services to Canada.” 

Managing director for Laser Clinics Canada, George Jeffrey, said “We are excited to expand the world’s largest brand of advanced beauty and medical aesthetics services into 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.” 

In addition to personalised skincare treatments, cosmetic injectables, and laser hair removal the Canadian locations will also offer Skinstitut, the advanced cosmeceutical skin care brand and Dr. Roebucks – skincare products made with Australian botanicals.  

LCA is owned by KKR, an international investment group, which acquired the Australian business in 2017. In June 2021 LCA announced its expansion in the Singapore market in partnership with local clinics as the first stage of expansion into Asia.

  • This article has been updated to correct LCA ownership which is held by investment group KKR.