We figured that the only thing standing in the way of healthy development is the taboo and the unwillingness to talk about aesthetic treatments openly. The aesthetic business is booming - in a high pace even. And with business in bloom, responsibility will follow. The question is not how to water it but rather to establish healthy boundaries to maintain natural results and, more importantly, reach out with the information for the experienced, curious, and even the ones who are against it.BOOK AN APPOINTMENT
With our experience in the field, We asked ourselves: What is the reason why people make aesthetic treatments? We traced the problem and found that whatever the twists and turns: there is almost always an emotional reason behind a superficial change. Maybe if we open up, the dialogue will become as natural as the fact that this business exists.
Traces of tiredness
Sometimes unexpected life situations leave traces more visible than we want them to be
Crisis, they say, actually means change. Life can be rough, and change is often for the better. From the crisis we rise, we develop ourselves as human beings and become more humble. It’s almost like life itself evolves around them (What if BC actually stands for before crisis instead of before Christ).
But when we move from the behavioral part - there is another aspect of crisis that sometimes change for the worse. We can survive a crisis mentally, but end up with an appearance of looking ten years older than what we are or feel like. We call it traces. Traces of stress, traces of tiredness and traces of you. We don’t stand for change. We stand for recreation, until your reflection and mind finally aligns. It’s a little bit like time traveling, but not really.
Because sometimes unexpected life situations leave traces more visible than we want them to be.
Maybe it is the beginning of a trace that leads you to us. And if it ever does, you will now know our knowledge that aesthetic treatments are more complex than superficial. That is why we always will open our door for both you and your story.