S-Thetics at the Aesthetics Conference and Exhibition, LondonApril 19, 2016 9:07 am
Last week the S-Thetics team attended the Aesthetics Conference and Exhibition (ACE) at the Business Design Centre in Islington.
ACE is the leading education event for medical aesthetic professionals in the UK and is organised by the Aesthetics Journal.
ACE is also an excellent opportunity to meet with colleagues and suppliers and to keep up to date with emerging trends and treatments in the aesthetics industry.
There are also a number of lectures and live demonstrations led by international experts in the industry. I was honoured to present two expert clinics on:
1. “Synergy: How To Optimise Patient Results Using A Multidisciplinary Approach”
As facial ageing occurs in a 3-dimensional manner and includes the skin, subcutaneous fat, muscle and the bony skeleton, so I use a variety of treatments to produce natural, aesthetic and long-lasting results:
– Topical skincare
– Radiofrequency technology
– Botulinum toxin injections
– Full-face revolumising with dermal fillers using a strategic approach
The talk incorporated a number of clinical case studies with before and after photography.
2. “Natural Looking, Non-surgical Face And Eye Lifts Using Radiofrequency”
Focusing on how to achieve natural looking, long lasting results using radiofrequency technology. The talk focused on two particular treatments – the GLOW non-surgical face lift and ENDYBLEPH, the ultimate non-surgical eye lift – both using the advanced Endymed 3DEEP treatment.
On Wednesday 27th April from Midday-2pm we would like to invite you for a live demonstration of our our advanced, non-surgical face lift and body contouring treatment, using advanced, FDA approved Endymed 3DEEP radiofrequency technology:
Including live treatment demonstrations of:
1. EndyMed SHAPER Body Contouring
2. EndyBleph the non-surgical eyelift
To book your consultation with Miss Sherina Balaratnam please contact the clinic on 01494 670990 or firstname.lastname@example.orgClick here to go back to the blog