Aesthetics Journal: SkinCeuticals Preview Evening, London


Aesthetic practitioners were invited to a preview evening of the Metacell Renewal B3 from SkinCeuticals at the Rosewood London Hotel on September 14.

The evening began with a networking and drinks reception, followed by a presentation from Professor Jim Krol, global scientific director of SkinCeuticals, who discussed the science behind the new product, and showcased case study images of the average result recorded. SkinCeuticals decided to take this approach as they wanted to present an overall outcome, which greater reflects the average results patients can expect.

Aesthetic practitioners were invited to a preview evening of the Metacell Renewal B3 from SkinCeuticals at the Rosewood London Hotel on September 14.

The evening began with a networking and drinks reception, followed by a presentation from Professor Jim Krol, global scientific director of SkinCeuticals, who discussed the science behind the new product, and showcased case study images of the average result recorded. SkinCeuticals decided to take this approach as they wanted to present an overall outcome, which greater reflects the average results patients can expect.

Following six years of research and development, Metacell Renewal B3 has been specifically created to treat the early signs of photoageing in younger skin.

Dr Martin King, aesthetic practitioner and co-founder of Cosmedic Clinic in Tamworth said, “I thought the presentation was very good and it’s nice to see new products coming along that are backed up by good clinical studies. One of the best things I heard this evening was the term ‘pre-rejuvenation’, and it is quite refreshing for SkinCeuticals to release a product which is targeted to the younger market.”

Professor Krol said, “I loved how the presentation went. I thought it was very interesting and there were some great questions from the audience. It was easy to see that people in the audience were interested and understood how the product works and why the research was so important.”

Originally published here

 

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