On July 18, the Hurlingham Club in Fulham played host to the first ever Aesthetics and CCR Summer Soirée event, supported by Prollenium, for a day of practitioner education and networking.
Guests braved the heatwave to gather for a morning of fascinating educational talks from aesthetic nurse prescriber Julie Scott, Mr Dean Rhobaye, Dr Emily Mehta, Dr Jo Ward and Dr Tapan Patel, covering topics including combination treatments, facial harmonisation and the Phi golden ratio. Attendees were also introduced to Prollenium’s new product Topilase – a topical hyaluronidase serum to reduce unwanted hyaluronic acid after filler treatment – which officially launched at the event and was sold on-site by Healthxchange.
Following the talks, guests enjoyed a barbeque and networking drinks in the grounds, accompanied by live music from Cassa Jackson.
Katie Bennett, head of marketing at Prollenium, commented, “Some events are talked about for years to come and I think this will certainly be one of them; the atmosphere, guests, speakers, food, Pimm’s, the band, the weather… it was memorable as well as being a great networking and training opportunity, attended by the greatest and the best in aesthetics.”
Bennett added, “It was great to be surrounded by so much talent and with such a perfect backdrop as the Hurlingham. Thank you to all our speakers and guests, and I look forward to the next collaboration with Aesthetics and CCR – the PHI-lanthropy Diwali Ball on the evening of October 13, after day one of CCR.” Tickets are on sale now online.