Aesthetics Checklist – Visage Academy

Doesn’t the picture of the clinic below look professional, welcoming, and trusting… not to mention stylish?? That’s us! We have spent years teaching our aesthetics courses and administering procedures to private patients. We know how to create a modern look and warmly welcome our patients as if they are walking into our home.

The look of your treatment room is up to you and it should say something personal about your style and the ethos of the clinic you want to create. But one thing we can easily help with is exactly what kit you need to make sure you have your clinic ready for patients. Here I highlight exactly what you need for every procedure and what you need in the room with you to show professionalism to your clients…

General

  • Couch – treatment table
  • Couch roll
  • Banner or company logo
  • Blank paper
  • Pens
  • Hand gels
  • Alcohol wipes
  • Gloves/ Masks (PPE)
  • Anaesthetic cream
  • Gauze 
  • Face wipes
  • Sharps bin
  • Good lighting
  • Camera
  • Card reader
  • Laptop
  • Records system (try Flourish here for free with no commitment)

Emergency kit

  • Adrenaline / epipens x 2 or 1 for every 10 minutes it would take for an ambualance to arrive
  • Hyaluronidase (ideally 2 x 1500 unit vials)

Botulinum Toxin

  • Product (Azzalure / ‘Botox’) 
  • Insulin needles
  • 2.5ml syringes
  • Big needles (for reconstitution)
  • Bacteriostatic normal saline (Tor-Bac)
  • Makeup pencils (sharp)

Dermal Filler

Aqualyx

  • Aqualyx / Deso product
  • Skin marker pens
  • 2% lidocaine
  • 2.5ml syringes
  • 10ml syringes
  • Intraliponeedles (10cm, 23G)
  • 27G needles (⅝” or 14mm long)
  • Blue needles

Skin Resurfacing product (Profhilo)

  • Profhilo
  • Skin marker pens

Just starting your clinic or thinking about starting out? You might find our previous blog post “How to Hook a Prescriber” useful.

Thanks for reading,

Dr Michael Aicken,

Founder and Lead Clinician of Visage Academy

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