Today is International Women’s Day – a date that celebrates all the things that make ladies bold and beautiful, inside and out.
At Dermal Clinic we believe that it is important that our fabulous female clientele feel that they can take on the world, no matter their age. It is our mission to help them look and feel fantastic. After all, we all deserve to feel comfortable in our own skin.
This message is exactly what our Clinical Director, Jackie Partridge, had to say yesterday as she inspired 85 other practitioners leading an industry masterclass on ‘Lips Through The Decades’ at the University of Strathclyde.
Jackie shared an array of tips and tricks on effective treatments for enhancing and restoring, plus live injection techniques and answered questions from her aesthetic industry peers.
The demonstrations, on behalf of Galderma, showed how to safely inject the lips to produce natural looking results using fillers that contain hyaluronic acid – a substance that is already naturally present in your body.
Speaking of the day’s events, Jackie said: “The day was pretty jam-packed, with questions and answers, teaching and performing live demonstrations.
“I was exhausted by the end of it, but it was worth it to hear all the positive feedback from those who attended.
“I want to say a huge thank you to the University of Strathclyde and to all of those who came along. I look forward to returning to Glasgow next month to present again.”
Audience members were glowing by the end of the day, delighted with the masterclass and Jackie’s approach towards natural beauty and responsible results.
Jackie herself has also been left smiling as she confirmed two more Glasgow events in her diary for April.
She will continue to share her knowledge alongside Galderma next month at the Aesthetics Conference and Exhibition in London on Friday 27th April.
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