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Fulwood woman opens aesthetic clinic at Barton Grange Hotel

Posted on - 10th November, 2017 - 7:00pm | Author - | Posted in - Broughton, Business, News
Liv Hindmoor has started her own business
Liv Hindmoor has started her own business

Liv Hindmoor, 21, from Fulwood has recently opened a new business at Barton Grange Hotel.

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3D Aesthetics Ltd is the clinic ran solely by Liv, offering a variety of aesthetic treatments, both non-surgical and no-knife, for the face and body.

The clinic specialises in weight-loss, cellulite, skin tightening and toning treatments for the body.

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It opened at the Lodge House on 3rd August, but a brand new addition has been built at the hotel specially for the clinic, which plans to be open from the end of November

3D Aesthetics Ltd uses award winning and highly commended technology to produce outstanding results for clients.

Liv, who studied at Kirkham Grammar School, is an experienced company director with a demonstrated history of successfully working in the health and aesthetics industry.

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Liv, Company Director at 3D Aesthetics Ltd, said: “I established 3D Aesthetics Ltd after discovering a need for a professional and welcoming clinic environment for treatments.

“The business is brand new, opening on the 3rd of August this year and a brand new addition has been built at the hotel specially for the clinic.

“The building work is due to finish in the next week – since August I have been working out of the Lodge House performing treatments there.

“I’m 21 and although I’m running everything for the time being, in the future I will be looking to take somebody on to perform treatments, I will be paying for all training and costs for that.

“My inspiration for opening the clinic was realising that two of my business role models and aspirations; Apprentice winner Dr. Leah Totton and Lord Alan Sugar had clinics using the same 3D Lipo machines I have invested in, sparking my drive to create a clinic of my own and make it a success.”

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The aesthetic treatments provided for the face and body are non-invasive and non-surgical.

The benefit of this is that treatments are comfortable, with no downtime or anesthesia needed for overall an enjoyable experience.

Liv continued: “After my own personal experience, I was amazed to lose weight from my stomach and waist with such a simple and pain free treatment.

“At this point I knew it was time to invest in my own clinic and help others on their own personal journey towards, weight loss, fitness and most importantly gaining confidence.

“I am driven and focused to provide our clients with the best results possible, as the most rewarding aspect of my job is seeing clients return to share their stories of how our treatments have helped them regain confidence or inspired them to lead a more healthy lifestyle.

The clinic is open for treatments and consultations Monday – Sunday from 7am – 10pm.

Free consultations are always available either in person, on the phone or via social media messages.

You can contact the clinic by ringing them on 07837589847 or email.

You can also visit the website or follow them on Facebook and Instagram.

Have you used the clinic before? What do you think? Let us know in the comments below

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