Future Beauty coming to the RDS this September

Future Beauty coming to the RDS this September

Future Beauty coming to the RDS this September

Future Beauty coming to the RDS this September. The world’s first clinical and aesthetics show, Future Beauty that is created just for consumers will launch this 7th September in the RDS Dublin.

Nikki and Liz Dwyer at the launch of the Future of Beauty Show

Nikki and Liz Dwyer at the launch of the Future of Beauty Show

Future Beauty, is a dynamic 2-day event, dedicated to educating consumers about the latest treatments and technologies in the fields of clinical beauty, cosmetic surgery and aesthetic dentistry.

The Mains stage will host hourly panel talks, with a host of Ireland’s leading medical experts, on the most industry relevant topics from TWEAKments to cosmeceuticals, fat loss technology to Hollywood smiles, breast surgery to gynaecology concerns.

The show is the brainchild of sisters, Liz and Nikki Dwyer, who’ve observed that aesthetic treatments, cosmetic dentistry and plastic surgery is no longer the preserve of the elite,

Drs Katherine & Jane Mulrooney at the launch of the Future of Beauty Show

Drs Katherine & Jane Mulrooney at the launch of the Future of Beauty Show

It’s become very mainstream and is been used not just to treat aesthetic issues but physiological problems too, from obliterating veins to saving your back with a breast reduction, clearing adult acne to helping restore pelvic floor muscles.

It is also about looking after your looks, and with an exponential rise in women having peels, laser treatments, injectables, cosmetic dentistry and even plastic surgery in the past few years, this is the Future of Beauty.

Dr Rosemary Coleman and Prof Caitriona Ryan at the launch of the Future of Beauty Show

Dr Rosemary Coleman and Prof Caitriona Ryan at the launch of the Future of Beauty Show

Liz, who is a stalwart of the beauty industry in Ireland (award-winning Beauty Editor and journalist, a regular contributor to TV and radio and Host of Extreme Beauty on TV3) feels there is a ginormous gap between the consumer and the medical side of the aesthetic market.

“No one is properly educating women about these treatments or helping them understand how to navigate this unregulated industry. Be it information on the breath of treatment options available across a wide range of issues or the science, technology and ingredients behind them.”

Aisling Turkington and Liz Dwyer at the launch of the Future of Beauty Show

Aisling Turkington and Liz Dwyer at the launch of the Future of Beauty Show

“Our aim with Future Beauty is to afford women an unbiased platform to educate the pros and cons all clinical aesthetic treatments – invasive of not. And we want to hammer home the message, if you are going to do it, do it right.” says Liz.

Tickets for this event cost €30 and see their full line-up for this ground breaking event at  www.futurebeautyshow.com

Photos supplied by Kieran Harnett Photography

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