Aesthetics Conference & Exhibition 2021
May 28 - May 29
Featuring mobile hand washing units for those in the beauty and aesthetics industry – see them on stand L25
The Aesthetics Conference & Exhibition on 28 and 29 May 2021 is brought to you by leading medical aesthetic providers.
ACE is the UK’s number one destination for the medical aesthetics profession. With insights on the latest technologies, best practice and frameworks from industry-leading experts, plus hands-on workshop sessions, ACE is your chance to increase your company’s visibility!
The ACE 2021 programme offers a varied and interactive range of educational sessions to suit aesthetic professionals at every stage of their career.
Symposiums: Sponsored in-depth two hour sessions featuring live demos and Q&As
Masterclasses: Sponsored 60 minute presentations and live demonstrations from leading KOLs
Expert Clinics: Sponsored 30 minute practical workshops and live demonstrations
Business Track: 30 minute talks from experienced practitioners, consultants and advisors on practice management.
Crucial for salons and beauty aesthetics facilities
Practising good hand hygiene can be tough in a busy salon or when travelling between customers. However, if professionals in the industry want to have a reputation for high standards and excellence in hygiene, it’s important they have constant access to hand washing facilities.
With 80% of bacteria and diseases spread by touch, there are high risks of cross-contamination between clients and practitioner and their tools which makes good hand hygiene essential.
Access to running water is often overlooked due to the use of single-use gloves and sanitisers but these are renowned for being much less effective at achieving proper hand hygiene than simple soap and running water.
Introducing the Super Stallette
Portable, practical and cost-effective – the Super Stallette is ideal for providing cutting edge hot water hand washing facilities wherever they are needed. Hands free: placing your hands in the bowl triggers the wash cycle and the sensor will start to flash indicating that the water is being heated to the required temperature of 40°C – 43°C.