Skin brand hosts clinic owners' educational symposium

Salon and clinic owners were invited to an educational symposium in London recently hosted by Harper Grace International (HGI), distributor of the iS Clinical skincare line. 

The event celebrated HGI's 10th anniversary and was hosted by iS Clinical's founders Bryan Johns and Alec Call alongside clinical director Dr Charlene DeHaven. 

Delegates were treated to the reveal of the brand's new iS Clinical Retinol+ Emulsion 0.3 and 1.0, which clinical studies show impact gene activation and inflammation down regulation. 

Lectures also took place under the theme of generational ageing focussing on new scientific advances in skin health and business growth strategies for client loyalty. In addition, Dr Manav Bawa presented UK case studies for the new iS Clinical formulations, which showed results after only three weeks of use, and Dr Charlene DeHaven (pictured) delved in to the science of ageing.

Commenting on the event, Alana Chambers, Founder and CEO of Harper Grace International, says:

“Blending scientific and trend-led education has long been part of iS Clinical's DNA. I'm thrilled that guests also got to hear the pioneering story and philanthropic values at the heart of the business first-hand. Harpar Grace International and our partners want to work with businesses that are making positive changes in skincare and beyond.”

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