Sligo's Premier & Ireland's Leading Award Winning Medical Aesthetic & Colonic Hydrotherapy Clinic. Led by internationally renowned Nurse Practitioner Claudia McGloin, we provide Advanced Non-Surgical Anti-Ageing, Minor Surgical Cosmetic Procedures & Sports Injuries Treatments.
We are the co-creators of Rejuvula Vagina Rejuvenation & the creators of NEW YOU® by Claudia McGloin Signature Skincare & Bespoke Facials.
The 6th National Aesthetic Nursing Conference took place on Friday 20th January in the Liver Building in Liverpool. It was attended by over 100 Aesthetic Nurses in the industry who travelled from all over the UK and Northern Ireland and me from the Republic of Ireland.
The conference was a huge success and all presentations and speakers were amazing! Looking forward to next years conference already!
I was absolutely delighted and honoured to have been invited back for the second consecutive year as a guest speaker. I am currently the only Irish Medical Professional that has been invited to speak at the National Aesthetic Nursing Conference.
For the first time ever at the conference, JAN's consultant editor Cheryl Barton posed a motion regarding whether delegates have confidence in non-health groups injecting Botox and Fillers.
Aesthetic Nurses attending the 6th Annual Aesthetic Nursing Conference, voted unanimously (no abstainers) that they have 'No Confidence' in the provision of medical aesthetics (namely facial injections) to the general public by the non health groups.
Watch this space to the future of non medics offering Medical procedures!
If you missed the conference, here is a collection of tweets and pictures of the day! Please click on the link below:
Rosacea is a common
chronic skin condition that mainly affects the face. It is estimated
that approximately 1 in 10 people will suffer from it but many are
unaware that they have it. The first sign of Rosacea is often facial
flushing. It commonly affects people with fair skin and can affect
both men and women. It can occur at any age but typically is
noticeable at the age of 30.
People with Rosacea
may also experience spots, papules and pustules, persistent redness
of their skin. Small blood vessels in the skin can become visible. In
the most severe cases, the skin can thicken and enlarge, usually on
and around the nose and some people can ecperience eye irritation.
The exact cause of
Rosacea is unknown but several triggers have been identified that may
make the symptoms worse in some people. These can vary from person to
person. These include:
* exposure to
* cold weather
* hot drinks
* eating certain
foods, such as spicy foods
folliculorum (microscopic mite)
There is no cure for
Rosacea, but treatments are available to control the symptoms.
Treatments for Rosacea include:
* Making lifestyle
changes, such as avoiding possible triggers
* Wearing sunscreen
can be a good way of controlling the symptoms of facial flushing
* Creams and gels
* Azelaic acid
* Visible blood
vessels associated with Rosacea are known as Telangiectasia.
Treatment for Telangiectasia will usually require a referral to a
* IPL treatment
* It may be possible
to disguise patches of persistent red skin using specially designed
* Platelet Rich
For more information
on Rosacea and treatments available, contact the Claudia McGloin
Clinic by calling 071 9140728 or send an email to Claudia@claudiamcgloinclinic.com
The Claudia McGloin Clinic are delighted to offer a course of skin treatments and skincare to one deserving teenager suffering with Acne.
The chosen teenager following an in depth consultation & parental consent will have a bespoke skincare plan tailored to their individual skin need using New You by Claudia McGloin which is both a Signature Skincare Range and a Bespoke Medical Facial.
We would like to invite the public to nominate a deserving teenager for this Random Act of Kindness.
Please send your information to firstname.lastname@example.org
Claudia says...'We know that it can be really difficult for anyone suffering with Acne but we know for teenagers it can be particularly stressful especially if they are the only ones in their class with Acne. We want to give something back and do something nice as we see so many teens suffering. It maybe a case that their parents cannot afford the medical treatment or they simply think that there is nothing that can be done as it is hormonal and that it will go away itself in time. We want to help one teenager with their Acne by educating them on their diet and getting the right skincare routine for them so, that they can keep the Acne under control...'