Medical aesthetic manufacturer Crown Aesthetics is hosting its first global education conference in March in London.
The manufacturer of the FDA-cleared microneedling SkinPen Precision device will be holding the event for its customers, with training and discussion on clinical education and business development.
The SkinPen Precision aims to improve the appearance of facial acne scars in adults aged 22 years or older and to improve the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles on the face and neck. The device is also intended to treat pigmentation conditions such as melasma, vitiligo and solar lentigines, explains the company.
Reena Sandhu, head of marketing and operations in the UK and Ireland, commented, “We are excited to bring the companies first global education conference to London. We have customers and partners flying in for the conference, and for those that cannot make it in-person, we will be live streaming the whole event to all over the world.”
event will be taking place on March 19 at the Cavendish Conference Centre,
London from 9am-5:30pm GMT.