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Aesthetic Medicine Conference gets physical (and not virtual)

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Professional Beauty is delighted to present its first physical event in Johannesburg since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic last year, namely the Aesthetic Medicine Conference & Exhibition, running on 12 April at the Bryanston Country Club.

Conference topics include: A new treatment to perform periocular rejuvenation; Doctor skin injectable treatment modalities that stimulate collagen production; Practice management; The skin microbiome’s role in optimising skin health; Equipment & technology that stimulates collagen and how they achieve this function; and The best cosmeceutical ingredients that stimulate collagen production in the skin.

Expert speakers such as Dr Anastasia Botha, Dr Judey Pretorius, Lourette du Toit, Trevor Steyn, Sané Niemand and Andrew Best are in the process of being confirmed.

Leading suppliers of aesthetics equipment and professional skincare will man exhibition stands at the event, with their latest technologies and products on display.

Says Phil Woods, commercial director of Professional Beauty: “Feedback from the industry indicates that stakeholders keen to interact in person if at all possible. A virtual event has it’s place, and can be great to connect with a wide audience, however, meeting face to face is how we connect best of all. The Aesthetic Medicine Conference & Exhibition will offer delegates a full day of insightful seminars, the opportunity to meet with suppliers and see their wares, and to network with each other.

“As an added bonus, we are holding the event in the picturesque setting of the Bryanston Country Club. Obviously safety is a top concern and, as such, the event will be held in line with strict COVID-19 social distancing, sanitisation and face mask regulations.

To book your place for R650 (ticket price includes lunch & refreshments) at the Aesthetic Medicine Conference & Exhibition on Monday, 12 April 2021, click here


*The organisers reserve the right to alter the conference programme and/or speaker line-up should unforeseen circumstances occur.

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