A leading aesthetics clinic has unveiled a revolutionary skin-tightening machine poised to change the face of the cosmetic sector.
The platform is one of the most advanced in the world and is unique to North Wales and the North West, providing a series of non-invasive techniques to combat ageing skin, wrinkles, pigmentation disorders and jowling.
Sara – who won the Aesthetic Nurse of the Year title at the prestigious Safety in Beauty Awards in London on Saturday – is one of the most respected trainers and names in the industry.
She says the innovative machine is the “final piece in the jigsaw”, complementing other services at the award-winning company, based between Wrexham and Chester.
“There are other skin-tightening products and technology on the market but nothing like this,”
said Sara, from Llangollen.
“It’s a revolutionary, results-driven and safe machine which is not being used anywhere else in this area, so we are thrilled to be able to unveil it to current and prospective customers.
“Importantly, it’s non-invasive and feels like a hot-stones facial, though there are also fractional treatments to take away scarring and improve the skin further given that it’s penetrating deeper.
“For peace of mind we always look at the science and clinical trials behind a product or treatment to ensure that they give proven results. We’re a medical clinic with the patient’s health and wellbeing at the forefront of everything we do.”
“I’m really excited about this and believe the Optimas is the missing part of the jigsaw, it’s a great addition to the range of technology we already have here.
“There’s a lot we can do with it because it’s remote, and there has been interest already from the public, so I urge people to come along on the day and find out more.”
With more than a decade of experience and a partnership with global range Zo Skin Health – who invited her to be a national trainer of other medical professionals – Sara is one of the leading lights in the cosmetic arena.
The 37 year-old is looking forward to a busy summer at the Chester Road centre.
“It’s been an incredible few months, with new clients joining us all the time,”
said Sara, a mum-of-two.
“Our demographic now reaches even further, and we are seeing more men visit us for treatments and medical procedures, particularly Botox and dermal fillers.
“There has been a change in the way people care for their skin, I think it’s being taken more seriously, especially the medical side, which is crucial to us. There is a lot we can do to help, and it can be done safely, which is the message we want to promote to men and women of all ages through the ongoing #safetyinbeauty campaign.