Is Medical Training Important for skincare professionals?

Is Medical Training Important for skincare professionals?

It’s nice to feel comfortable in your own skin, and sometimes that means looking after that skin to get it looking younger and shinier.

There are so many options these days for skin care rejuvenation products and therapies that it’s hard to know what will work best for your skin, and what won’t. A medically trained healthcare professional can discuss your needs, and use their medical training to advise you on the best course of therapy.

Rosy Boulton at Crystal Rose Skin & Laser Clinic, based just outside Ipswich, is a health care expert who is using her ten years of critical care nursing experience to help people who want their skin to look its best.

She can sit you down, put you at ease, and give you free 1-to-1 in-depth skin consultation and analysis. This will establish the best technique to help you achieve younger, brighter looking skin.

Dry science, smooth skin

And whilst you hear all sorts of bold promises about skin care therapies and what they can do for your skin, practitioners aren’t always eager to present the evidence.

As Rosy says herself, “My clinic only uses medical grade FDA approved results driven technology and chemical free, clean, pharmacological, results focused skin care products. With state of the art laser treatments, and non-surgical face and body therapies used by exclusive Harley Street clinics, we can give you the ‘red carpet beauty secrets’ you can’t get outside London.

“A sound first step to finding the solution to younger looking and healthy skin is to pay a visit to the Crystal Rose Skin & Laser Clinic for a free consultation. I’ll use my medical training and experience to guide you towards which modern, medically approved non-invasive treatments will make your skin look its best.”

Visit Crystal Rose Skin & Laser Clinic for more info.


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