The wound healing model underpins a vast majority of aesthetic treatments – from laser to radiofrequency, skin needling to plasma pen, chemical peels, and microdermabrasion – the key to the results we seek is to match the treatments to the limits of our client’s ability to repair and heal. Renowned as a leading researcher and educator Danielle Hughes will share important information on how to appropriate the theory of wound healing as it relates to the various procedures performed with aesthetic treatments. In this lecture you will learn:
- Aesthetic treatments that induce wound healing
- Understanding client healing limitations through consultation
- Tensile strength of scar collagen
- Practical information to help you rethink or cement your approach to safe and reliable post-treatment care
About Danielle Hughes
Danielle Hughes is the Managing Director of Skinfaktor Australia, the distributors of technology and skincare of the European Group, Derma Solutions. Her career over the past 12 years in the hair and beauty industries has included roles as Australian Education Manager and National Brand Manager for leading imported cosmeceutical brands and currently also includes an international role as Marketing Manager using digital communications for a new to market European Medical and Aesthetics provider with patented technology.
Danielle has presented at conferences and educational seminars across Australia, Asia, Canada, Europe, South Africa and even Russia. Her ‘no hype’ approach is both refreshing and to-the-point. Specialising in sales and marketing strategies for both B2B and B2C, Danielle recognises the unique challenges our industry faces and the need to accommodate modern consumer trends within safe, legal, scientifically-based outcomes.
With International and Australian qualifications in Beauty Therapy, her extensive hands-on experience with skin-enhancing equipment and practical knowledge of age management strategies provides her with a sound background for her weekly Facebook LIVE broadcasts. Danielle has a large following for the peer-reviewed research she presents in these broadcasts that weed out the hype and misinformation from the science of Aesthetics, empowering both therapists and consumers with a science-based approach to ‘Growing Young’.