Some pictures from the original Sterex Academy back in the late 80’s early 90’s. Who do you recognise?
To All Our Friends and Loyal Customers,
Sterex training has made it to the finals of ‘Best Training’ at My Face My Body awards!!!
The judges commented that they have never seen such a high standard and were very impressed with our entry and supporting evidence.
Now it’s voting time and YOU will make the difference whether or not we get to dust down our ball gowns or not.
WE NEED AS MUCH SUPPORT AS POSSIBLE AS NUMBERS EQUAL SUCCESS so please vote, Facebook/social media/tweet away and work your socks off....as electrolysis deserves recognition.
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Hair removal methods vary greatly and each of them require a different level of expertise or practice to perform. There are a number of at-home solutions such as depilation, razors and wax strips that are relatively easy to use but require the individual to follow instructions and may involve some practice. However, these methods do not guarantee permanent hair removal and recent trends show that more people are now looking to eradicate unwanted hairs for good.
Clients visit salons and clinics seeking professional advice regarding permanent hair removal. Electrolysis is the only method of permanent hair removal and can help them to eliminate hair from various parts of the body, most common of which are predominantly the face but also the legs, arms and underarms. Continue reading
Diane Fox has recently joined the Sterex family as Electrolysis trainer for Ireland.
Business owner and experienced electrolysis practitioner Diane would like to share her knowledge and skills with all therapists at the beginning of their career wanting to learn how to perform procedures through electrolysis. Continue reading
If this is the case then first just make sure that it is a skin tag. Skin tag are quite common and found in areas of friction. Just to name a few areas typical of skin tags: under the arms, neck, chest, back, groin and the eye area. They consist of epithelial cells and are basically loose fibrous tissue that can be often pigmented and appear darker. Sizes would also vary from as small as grain of uncooked rise to a pea size or bigger. Additionally, the skin tag can appear alone or in clusters.
Skin tag removal is one of the many skin lesions that electrolysis can safely and successfully treat. This is an advanced cosmetic procedure using advanced electrolysis techniques and is a quick and sure way to get rid of the skin tags. Continue reading
Nicky Carroll was looking for a new opportunity in October 2010. She put her considerable entrepreneurial skills to work and following extensive research into the Beauty Industry she quickly recognised the boundless opportunities it offers, particularly within the multi million pound hair removal sector. Continue reading
Sterex completed their 14th VTCT Electrolysis Course with another 100% success rate. Since then all Sterex newly qualified electrolysists have enrolled onto our Advanced Electrolysis Course to maximise the full potential of their new skills and equipment. This will help them set their salons and clinics apart from their competition. Continue reading
“I am an ophthalmic surgeon by profession and have an aesthetic surgery and non surgical cosmetic business for the past 14 years. I have attended hundreds of courses and workshops in the past 20 years or so and I am pleased to say this one was the most beneficial to me”.
Dr P K Bhatnagar
Sterex held an Advanced Cosmetic Procedures course at Southampton College in August which was well attended by not only electrolysists but also 2 nurses, an anaesthetist and a surgeon. All enjoyed the course immensely and agreed that there was so much to learn and that the course exceeded their expectations.
The course was held at the modern, unique and impressive venue that is City College Southampton, a further education college based in the south of England which provides exceptional vocational and academic training for young people and adults. Learner success rates are classed as 'outstanding' and the college is listed as 'good' by Ofsted, with some outstanding features. Set in the centre of Southampton, the college has invested heavily in facilities and boasts a new, £34 million set of buildings complete with state-of-the-art equipment and learning resources.
Elaine Stoddart Director of Education for Sterex said, “We chose Southampton because we have run courses here before very successfully and the beauty staff and in particular Joanne Pengally (L3 Coordinator Beauty) is so helpful, efficient and nothing is too much trouble for her. The stylish and spacious hub is the perfect setting to impress and welcome our delegates and the contemporary fresh architecture creates a blank canvas with the WOW factor”.
Using electrolysis for all manner of minor cosmetic procedures is growing in popularity in the medical profession and Sterex courses are increasingly attended by medical professionals who are recognising the effective, simple, quick and lucrative nature of these treatments.
“Medical professionals often think ‘beauty’ courses are ‘dumbed down’ but this was as good as any nursing course. The A & P in the manual was very well explained and diagrams brilliant”
Fiona Taylor Nurse Practitioner
The culmination of months of hard work finally came to fruition on Thursday 20th June. Passion, dedication, motivation, practice and more practice all reached its climax at the Sterex 24th Grand final celebrations for the top electrolysis students of
2013. Continue reading
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