Sara Cheeney, an Aesthetic Nurse Practitioner and recent delegate on a Sterex course, reveals why she wanted to offer Advanced Blemish Removal and what the training taught her:
What made you want to do blemish removal?
We have been treating skin disorders and diseases in the clinic for many years with the fabulous ZO Skin Health products, however we had nothing in our tool box to treat some of the skins disorders such as skin tags, telangiectasia, xanthelasma, moles, sebaceous cysts, sebaceous hyperplasia, warts and seborrhoeic keratosis and found that some medical diathermy treatments were too aggressive on the skin. Aesthetic Electrolysis provides the perfect solution, treating all these lesions at low risk, with minimal downtime and no scarring. It has provided me with the skill & equipment to deliver the best results to my patients.
Why did you choose Sterex?
I have followed Sterex for many years, in conferences attending their advanced talks and I felt Sterex really cared about the standards in the industry and after seeing live footage and before and after photos of their clients treatments and results, I felt this was the best place to go for training. I couldn’t be more satisfied with the levels of training I have received and the high standards at Sterex.
What are the benefits of aesthetic electrolysis over other blemish removal treatments?
The benefits of using aesthetic electrolysis to treat many skin blemishes are that it is:
- low cost to the patient
- low cost to the clinic to do the training and carry out the treatment
- quick and easy treatment to do
- low risk with minimal downtime for the patient
- It also has huge physical & psychological benefits to patients who may not be able to get these cosmetic treatments on the NHS.