Research shows a consistent rise in aesthetic treatments year on year and this ramps up in the festive season.
So in the run up to Christmas, not only will practices see an influx of people as they prepare for the party season, but customers may also be looking for innovative present ideas.
Statistics show that retail growth overall sees its biggest boost at this time of the year and, according to Mintel, the average family spend will be £1,695 on Christmas this year .
This research shows that it is also the time of the year when more sales of household electronic goods are made than any other.
This presents clinics and spas offering professional beauty treatments with an opportunity to capitalise on the busiest shopping time both in practice and on line if they offer products for sale via their website.
A new beauty product which looks like cleaning up this Christmas and which has already achieved cult status in USA is Clarisonic.
Its launch marks a revolution in skincare.
It is the world’s first sonic micro-massage skin cleansing system which helps clean the skin perceptibly from the word go.
It works because the brush rotates and oscillates more than 300 times a second and this action cleanses and massages the skin, leaving it softer and smoother, yet is gentle enough for twice daily use’.
In fact out of 110 participants, 83% reported that their skin appeared healthier after one week’s use. 
Studies show that Clarisonic’s penetrating cleanse gets rid of daily grime and removes up to six times more make up than manual cleansing with finger pads and because it is cleaner also helps increase product absorption. 
As a result Clarisonic helps reduce the appearance of pore size, fine lines and wrinkles so has also been shown to be helpful for people with ageing skin. 
Because it cleans so effectively yet gently, Clarisonic is recommended by dermatologists for daily cleansing of skin – even the sensitive skin of people with rosacea, acne or. It reduces oily areas, dry skin patches and blemishes and diminishes the appearance of pores, as well as helps men with shaving rashes. 
Clarisonic can be used clinically as part of a treatment protocol but can also be sold to clients to enable them to keep up the good work between visits.
Clinical support literature as well as attractive point of purchase materials is available for dental professionals to help them explain the benefits of Clarisonic.
Clarisonic is available through CTS.
For more information please visit www.clarisonic.com/uk in the first instance or telephone free on 0800 988 4864.
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