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Former nurses open Innersense Aesthetics beauty clinic
9:34am Wednesday 25th September 2013 in Business news
TWO former medical professionals are celebrating the growth of their business as they officially open their first non-surgical beauty clinic, Innersense Aesthetics, in Boroughbridge Road.
After meeting while working as registered nurses for the NHS in the Children’s Intensive Care Unit at Leeds General Infirmary, Lee Rowe and Lorraine O’Brien developed an interest in non-surgical aesthetics.
Going back to university, the duo studied for the relevant qualifications, including a nurse prescribers course.
Mrs Rowe said: “We ran a mobile service in the York, Selby and Malton areas, but after the publication of new reports setting out guides to tighten regulations in the industry, we thought it would be the right time to set up a clinic as it would be more professional.
“We are not going down the beauty route, we want to remain more of a clinic, and will work to keep up to date with the latest processes and procedures offering a range of aesthetic treatments. A lot of our turnover will be invested into further training as it is very important to us that everything is done properly and to the highest standards.”
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