This one-of-a-kind course provides delegates with training in the use of medical grade skin care and chemical peeling. Acquisition Aesthetics have partnered with Alumier MD to create unrivalled training in the art of skin rejuvenation through combining gold standard teaching methods in aesthetic medicine with scientifically proven skin care sciences.
Delegates will come away with expertise in the Alumier skin care range and chemical peeling and an understanding of how to incorporate medical grade skin sciences into their aesthetic treatment plans. They will also be afforded the unique opportunity to try out the products and perform a unique Glow Peel on each other, providing they are deemed medically appropriate for the treatment.
On completion of the course, our delegates will receive an exclusive invitation to set up an Alumier account now with 50% discount on minimum spend or the standard fee – an invaluable asset to any aesthetic practitioner.
|London||Sunday 31st October 2021||£699.00 Ex. VAT|
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Dr. Bibi Ghalaie qualified in 2005 with degrees in Medicine and Surgery from the prestigious Imperial College London. She also holds an Honours Degree in Management with Health Sciences from Imperial College Business School.
With over 12 years of experience in Aesthetic Medicine, Dr Bibi is a highly skilled cosmetic doctor and is the Clinical Lead for our Skincare Course. Her past surgical experience at several of London’s top teaching hospitals and at Harvard Medical School are reflected in her dexterity and artistic approach. Her postgraduate studies in Dermatology, completed with Distinction, have provided a sound clinical knowledge of the skin, which she uses to enhance her aesthetic practice. Currently she is completing a Master’s degree in Aesthetic Medicine at the renowned Blizard Research Institute at Queen Mary University in London.
Dr Bibi is the Medical Director of British Aesthetics, her own private cosmetic clinic on London’s Wimpole Street. Her treatment portfolio ranges from skincare and basic injectables to complex liquid facelifts. With a long established passion for teaching, she was a clinical lecturer and trainer in Aesthetic Medicine, both at the Royal College of General Practitioners and at the Royal Society of Medicine, for six years. She has trained over 2000 doctors across the world in cosmetic medicine procedures.
Her cosmetic work is complemented by her regular work as a doctor in Accident & Emergency and in Urgent Care at several London NHS Trust hospitals.