Royal College of Physicians – Face Conference and Ball

In my earnest quest for a complete understanding of how the skin ages and how it can be enhanced,The Facial Aesthetic Conference and Exhibition (FACE) 2012, could not have come at a better time. The conference was held at the Royal College of Physicians in Regents Park, London and I was lucky to be a guest of the dermatology experts Galderma. The conference aims to increase the knowledge of practitioners and to educate practitioners in assisting clients to obtain healthier more radiant skin.

As an aesthetic treatment expert, I am continually looking to improve and advance my knowledge in the key areas of anti-ageing. As well as diagnosing and providing immediate treatments, such as muscle relaxants and dermal fillers, long term skin care is a process that is often overlooked. The amount of information, skin products and procedures on offer for anti-ageing is bewildering, not just for clients but sometimes for the industry as a whole.

This is where Endocare products offer a clear and manageable way to help the skin retain a youthful look. The Endocare process works as ‘pre-treatment’ prior to using muscle relaxants, dermal fillers, peels as well as preparing the skin before Genuine DermaRoller treatment and maintaining skin health. Endocare provides a unique range of moisturisers, serums, sun creams etc. The FACE conference informed us, that skin care plays a very important role in the treatments we offer, they not only prepare the skin but continue to maintain it.

I’m looking forward to introducing my clients to the Endocare process. I have a meeting arranged this week to learn more about these products and how they will benefit my clients and to be able to continue the dedicated care I give. In the meantime if you would like more information please let me know and of course I’ll be happy to help.

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