June 12th, 2021
Check out my top tips in the latest copy of Salon Focus Magazine. I speak about how salons and spas have had to adapt their businesses post Covid and what opportunities there in the male grooming and aesthetics space. The male grooming sector continues to grow and have impact. If you are not already playing in this field its time to start thinking about it before you get left behind.
June 12th, 2021
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March 24th, 2017
Through MyFaceMyBody, we see a large number of consumers looking for information on non-surgical solutions to eliminate the dark circles under their eyes, which can often make people look tired and much older than their actual age. There are a number of treatment options for this condition such as skin peels, fractional laser, skin lightening creams and also dermal fillers.
I personally use an eye cream every night to keep moisturizer around the eye area as the skin is very thin and needs some careful attention. I use Auspect moisturizer and eye cream products that are high in active ingredients and keeps my skin looking fresh and often I get people saying ‘what have you been doing rather than what have I had done’.
People are feeling/looking tired because of Recession/money worries/older people worried about losing job to younger people/working harder in general. Having eyelid surgery is a more invasive option that helps you look fresh and youthful to your clients at work. Women working and juggling childcare/family. Also, popular procedure for city traders who work hard/play hard but still want to look fresh.
Lower eyelid surgery is very good for when men or women suffer from those unsightly bags under the eyes. There could be all sorts of reasons for this, it could be genetics, lack of sleep, poor diet, too much sun exposure and smoking.
If you have this condition and are considering eyelid surgery.
Research your surgeon. Look at their qualifications, associations they belong to and most importantly try and find a specialized surgeon that performs the treatment. So ask how many eyelid procedures they perform every year and look at some of their case studies of patients.
March 21st, 2017
Respected aesthetic industry platform ‘MyFaceMyBody’ will this July launch an exciting new TV program ‘The Modern Face of Beauty’. The series brings together leading experts within the aesthetics, plastic surgery, health and wellness industries to educate in a fun and entertaining style. Key segments of the series include, treatment advice, top tips, quirky tests and myth busting. As well as the latest in new treatments, industry advancements and product highlights. ‘How to’ fitness and beauty regimes, the secrets behind diets, best buys and common traps to avoid as well as consumer insights.
‘The Modern Face of Beauty’ is hosted by the dashing and debonair Stephen Handisides. Stephen is the founder and host of MyFaceMyBody and will be taking you along his journey of discovery in each episode. He regularly appears on television in the UK, USA and Australia, presented numerous television series within the health, beauty and lifestyle sectors, as well as appearing as a guest expert. Stephen also writes for over twenty major newspapers, trade and consumer magazines, with five regular columns focusing on the trends in lifestyle aesthetics and male grooming.
The ‘The Modern Face of Beauty’ series combines typically conservative topics with a modern twist, to give valuable information in an unusual way. The program will bring together leading experts in plastic surgery, dermatology, aesthetics, fitness and lifestyle in a ‘how to’ format which will leave viewers with great confidence and unbiased knowledge in an educational yet fun way. During the programming, Stephen, will entertain his way through his first ‘Botox’ experience, a hardcore training session with famous New York City personal trainer Prince ‘Trooper’ Braithwaite and interview some of the most respected plastic surgeons in the world.
‘With the plethora of information available on the internet, hundreds of new products and treatments to choose from, and thousands of plastic surgery, beauty and health clinics, the information overload has left people confused. ‘The Modern Face of Beauty’ aims to demystify and educate viewers on the real questions that they want to ask in an interesting, unbiased and informative way. The show will demonstrate the insights and truths into some of the facts and myths behind treatments, give demonstrations of popular non-surgical procedures and unconventional fitness routines, in a fun and lighthearted way,’ said host Stephen Handisides.
The shows demographics are 64% women and 36% men between the ages of 28 to 55. Consumers with a high discretionary income and a keen interest in advanced aesthetic treatments. Topics covered will include, what are the new and latest treatments and products that work? What treatments are safe and tested? What health regimes get the best results? Who are the right specialists to see and what questions to ask? What are their experiences? What are the recommended treatments and products in clinics and on the high street?
‘The Modern Face of Beauty’ series will be broadcast on 52 local and national television networks in the US reaching 44 million households. Featured on Filmon.TV with 74 million viewers and on the MyFaceMyBody global channel. As well as a local and national media tour across print and digital and featured and promoted on all social media channels.
MyFaceMyBody provides consumers with exciting insight into the aesthetics industry with direct access to a global network of health, fitness and beauty experts. MyFaceMyBody helps brands connect with consumers, through MyFaceMyBody.com, the MyFaceMyBody Global Aesthetic Awards, the MyFaceMyBody television show and the prestigious ‘Ultimate 100 Global Leaders in Aesthetics’ publication.
For interviews with host Stephen Handisides or any of the expert guests, high res promotional images or more information contact Gina Fink at Savage Public Relations on; firstname.lastname@example.org or +61 414 383 917.