11 October 2010
The International Institute for Anti-Ageing (iiaa) has announced the date for its next major conference, ‘Skin Power: Harnessing the Skin’s Powers of Rejuvenation’.The iiaa’s popular annual educational event takes place this year at London’s ExCel centre on 28 February 2011, alongside the Professional Beauty show.
The Skin Power conference features internationally renowned leaders in the field of anti-ageing and aims to educate therapists about industry developments that can significantly enhance results for clients.
One highlight will be a seminar by Dr Daniel Sister, who will talk about how his ‘Dracula Therapy’ utilises the body’s own amazing rejuvenating properties. This platelet rich plasma (PRP) treatment involves drawing off some of the client’s blood and separating its components. Platelets rich in proteins and powerful growth factors that promote collagen production are injected back into the skin to rejuvenate its appearance.
Skin needling is an innovative, non-destructive technique that can now be carried out by skincare therapists to significantly reduce the signs of ageing, sun damage, scarring and slackened skin. Leading anti-ageing researcher and skin needling specialist Dr Matthias Aust will present the outstanding results of his latest studies and explain what can be achieved in-salon.
Pharmacist Kevin Leivers will talk about how building the skin by boosting our natural building blocks makes better skin. He will focus on how vitamins, antioxidants and other nutrients provide essential support to enhance aesthetic treatments, maximising the benefits for your clients.
The event will culminate in a live demonstration by Dr Jacques Otto, who will show how bringing together needling, PRP and nutritional therapies can lead to greater client satisfaction by effectively addressing a wide range of skin concerns.
According to iiaa founder David Alpert, the organisation has plans to make these skin-enriching therapies from salons and clinics. He said, “This event heralds an exciting new era in which cosmetic skin rejuvenation is reaching levels previously unheard of in the conventional beauty industry. With consumers better informed than ever and demanding excellent results, it has never been more important for therapists to be fully up-to-date with new techniques. “
The International Institute for Anti-Ageing is a leading provider of education, services and products to therapists and business owners. The iiaa aims to empower beauty professionals by providing the products and skills needed to deliver tangible results for clients.
Places at the 2011 Skin Power conference will cost £85. To book, or for more information, call 020 8450 7997 or email firstname.lastname@example.org