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The 2019 Aesthetic Medicine Conference

What works for new collagen production is the theme of the Aesthetic Medicine Conference and Buyers Forum that will take place on 1 November at Gallagher Convention Centre.

All COVID-19 safety protocols and social distancing regulations will be in place at the event, which is coordinated by Professional Beauty.

Apart from a full day of insightful and not to be missed seminars presented by industry leaders, delegates will have access to a number of exhibition table top stands, where they can interact with top aesthetic and beauty brands.

Topics include: Doctor Skin Injectable Treatment Modalities that Stimulate Collagen Production; Peri Ocular Rejuvenation; Effective Treatment of Fine Vein Removal on the Face Neck and Decolletage; Equipment & Technology that Stimulates Collagen and How They Achieve this Function; The Best Cosmeceutical Ingredients that Stimulate Collagen Production in the Skin; New Body Contouring Devices and Results; The Link Between Probiotics and Health and Skin Ageing; Practice Management; The Power of Making Your Business Digital; and The Power of UVC: New Chemical-Free Sterilisation Techniques for Aesthetic Practices.

Speakers include: Dr Anastassia Botha; Dr Judey Pretorius; Andrew Best; Adele Kruger; Trevor Steyn; Rohan Pretorius; Tristan Unwin, Lourette Du Toit and Ayesha Rajah.

In line with social distancing regulations, numbers are limited at the Aesthetic Medicine Conference and Buyers Forum, so to avoid disappointment, make sure to book your seat today by simply clicking the link below. A nominal fee of R550 will give you access to the conference sessions and the table top sales forum, as well as lunch and refreshments.


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