London event showcased the SkinPen Precision device to press, medical & aesthetic clinicians.

BioActiveAesthetics, the UK distributors of the award winning, medical-grade micro needling device, SkinPen Precision, held a VIP event in London. The event was for leading medical and aesthetic professionals as well as launching SkinPen to the consumer press and national media.

Held on 3rd October at The Allbright Club in Mayfair, London, the successful evening included two events with guest speakers and live demonstrations.

The events were designed to showcase the medical and aesthetic benefits of SkinPen – a handheld micro needling device for use with skin rejuvenation, scar reduction, collagen reproduction, burns and melasma.

The first event of the day was a consumer press launch attended by 30 top names in beauty and lifestyle journalism. 

Press from publications such as Vogue & The Daily Mail online were in attendance, as well as influencers such as TV beauty expert Nadine Baggott and author Alice Hart-Davis.

Hosted by celebrity aesthetics practitioner, Nilam Holmes, founder of DermaSpa and Eyebrow Queen, guests were given a full showcase of the benefits SkinPen can offer patients including case studies from SkinPens KOLs (Key Opinions Leaders) that have benefited from micro-needling. 

Key speakers at the events included Dr Thomas Hitchcock, chief science officer at Crown Laboratories, Dr Maryam Zamani (Plastic Surgeon and Aesthetic Doctor) Dr Andy Williams (Burns Surgeon from Chelsea and Westminster Hospital) and Dr Benji Dhillon, (Founder/Medical Director at DEFINE Clinic). 

The prospect evening, held after the press event, welcomed KOLs with 50 medical field experts, cosmetic doctors, plastic surgeons and aesthetic practitioners. 

There was a live SkinPen demonstration with Jane Williams, from BioActiveAesthetics, and an insight into some fantastic success stories with regards to treating scars, burns and skin rejuvenation with microneedling. 

Burns surgeon, Dr Andy Williams, talked delegates through the benefits of SkinPen when treating burns patients. With four SkinPen’s in NHS hospitals, including Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, he explained how treating burns patients with SkinPen has transformed lives. 

Kathy Taylor-Brewin, managing director of BioActiveAesthetics, distributors of SkinPen in the UK, said following the event:

“We were delighted with the turnout and the high level of interest into the SkinPen Precision micro needling device. It’s great that the press is interested in not only the SkinPen device itself but also the safety elements of the potential cross-contamination within micro needling treatments and how SkinPen protects against that issue. 

“We are looking forward to the future, where SkinPen will continue to be seen as the number one micro needling device in the US and UK while maintaining the gold-standard for product innovation and ISO quality assurance.”

Guests were treated to champagne and canapés as part of the events, leaving with an exclusive SkinPen goody bag. 

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