Introducing new treatments to your clinic is a decision that should not be taken lightly. After all, you don’t want to waste time, effort and money on something that won’t resonate with your clients. But how do you separate the treatments that will stand the test of time from those that are temporarily in vogue?
Here are our tips for the best treatments to introduce your clinic in 2021.
Fat freezing may be trendy, but it also has the advantage of producing visible results. We have written about the reasons fat freezing works and its benefits in other blogs, but the main thing you need to know is that it’s worth exploring as a treatment option. In fact, many clinics are now dedicated to fat freezing technology, and new standalone locations are opening up all the time.
Made popular by HydraFacials, the treatment uses water-based microdermabrasion to create a wonderful glow, and has the benefit of being highly Instagramable. Clients can take pictures of the dirty water used in the treatment and share it with their followers.
Yes, this really happens.
Yes, we agree – it’s disgusting.
However, immediate results, no downtime and bragging rights for the client to give this popular treatment three big ticks.
High-Intensity Focused Ultrasound
HIFU is hardly a new treatment, but it keeps gaining in popularity due to excellent results and a basis in science. Ultrasound treatments get to the root of the problem, targeting collagen more effectively than most other epidermal based solutions.
LED Light Therapy
Again based on science (LED therapy was originally created by NASA), light-based therapies have the added advantage of complementing other more intrusive treatments. Due to the healing nature of the treatment, LED can be partnered with microdermabrasion, peels and laser treatments as a healing solution.
It’s also low-cost, high return and involves very little training.
Introducing a new treatment doesn’t need to be stressful. Many of our devices come with a three-month “try before you buy,” offer, so you can rent a device and make sure it will suit your particular location and clients. To learn more, call us on 02 9011 5509 or email email@example.com.