Campaign to help domestic abuse victims takes place

10 Jan 2022

Aesthetic clinic VL Aesthetics is running a campaign to help domestic abuse survivors by donating beauty products.

The clinic has been running Regifting Beauty for three years to support the Freedom Project in West Cumbria and Refuge in London.

This year, the campaign has expanded and will be joined by aesthetic clinics Light Touch Clinic in Surrey and Dr Medispa in Knightsbridge. All three clinics are Emerald Centres of Excellence, making them flagship clinics for the Emerald laser device. 

VL Aesthetics encourages patients to donate unwanted toiletries, skincare products and beauty items, which will be re-gifted back to those whose domestic situation means they may not have access to them.

Vanessa Brown, managing director of VL Aesthetics, said, “Regifting Beauty was cancelled last year due to COVID-19, so we are thrilled to have it back again for 2022. The campaign will also be taking place nationally this year to help raise more awareness and the amazing things charities such as the Freedom Project and Refuge do in supporting victims of domestic violence.”

The campaign will run until the end of January and will be extended in the event of any lockdowns.     


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  • Theresa Jordan 10 Jan 2022 / 1:36 PM

    I would like to know how I can help work with Aesthetic Clinic VL Aesthetics to team up and support this cause