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Our Favourite Vancouver Charities

The Holiday season is a time for everyone to reflect on all of the good that we have in our lives and to think of those in our community that need a little extra help.

For those looking to give what they can this year, but unsure of where to start, here is a list of some of the local charities that are close to our hearts here at Spruce.

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Spruce Up For The Holidays

spruce up for the holidays 2015
The Holiday Season is upon us once again. Starbucks, Black Friday, and toy commercials become inescapable. But it also means that sweater weather, Christmas parties, and the countdown to a new year are here too!

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Soft Lift Treatment: An Interview With Dr. Pavlou

dr pavlou - botox vancouverMeet Dr. Christopher Pavlou our newest team member and Soft Lift expert. Dr. Pavlou was born and raised in South Africa, moving to Vancouver in 2008. As a trusted family doctor, Dr. Pavlou takes a keen interest in paediatrics, sports medicine, and emergency medicine, as well as in esthetics. We thought we would take the time to introduce you to Dr. Pavlou and ask him a few questions about our newest esthetics treatment, the Soft Lift.

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Ten Years of Spruce: Evolving Skincare

To celebrate Spruce Body Lab’s 10 year anniversary, we wanted to share some of our most memorable stories from those uncertain first days and from the past decade. Be sure to check out our previous post!

Nicole Burns is one of the originals at Spruce. She knows the spa like the back of her hand, and is one of our top skincare specialists.

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Ten Years of Spruce: The Beginning

To celebrate Spruce Body Lab’s 10 year anniversary, we wanted to share some of our most memorable stories from those uncertain first days and from the past decade.

spruce body lab anniversary - mark and ryanRyan Seitz tells us about some of his memories of Spruce:

“The first day that we were open for business was June 5 2005.  There was a huge level of fear and uncertainty, that I had never experienced before. It was our baby and we were sharing it with the world for the first time. Mark and I were working 15 hour days and obsessed about the business, its all we talked about. We had never done anything like this before and there was a lot of learning. We made so many mistakes back then OMG! It’s amazing how we responded to each mistake and were able to learn and grow from them… In many respects we took a “fake it ’til you make it” attitude, as the learning curve was so steep.

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