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Issue 62 October 2017 Village Eye

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News from Madejski-based Aspire Clinics’ Jenny O’Neill... Aspire Clinic, one of Berkshire’s leading prestige medical aesthetics clinics based at the Madejski Stadium has been chosen as a finalist in the Best Clinic, South England category of the prestigious Aesthetics Awards 2017. Aspire offers a wide range of cosmetic non-surgical treatments from skin rejuvenation to fat reduction. Awards are presented to those who have worked hard to represent the highest standards in clinical excellence, product innovation and practice achievement and have truly excelled in the field of aesthetic medicine, from clinics and individual practitioners to manufacturers and suppliers. The Aesthetics Awards bring together the very best in medical aesthetics and A Established in 2008, Aspire Clinic boasts 3,500 regular patients and averages 5-600 patient appointments per month. It offers a wide profile of treatments with a focus on natural looking results with expert care. Bringing their Harley Street experience to Royal Berkshire, the Aspire Clinic team is made up of friendly, qualified doctor, nurses, therapists and aestheticians. leaders in the profession to celebrate the achievements of the past year. Each category has been designed to recognise expertise as well as customer service. So Aspire is thrilled their dedication to providing a ‘red carpet’ service to their patients has paid off. Commenting on the award, Aspire’s Clinic Director, Jenny O’Neill said: “To have our customer service skills, aesthetic expertise and hard work recognised through the Aesthetics Awards is absolutely wonderful. It’s an honour to be up against the industry’s finest for the Best Clinic in the South England.” Aspiring To Be The Best S P I Here at the Village Eye we thought we’d help readers find out more about Aspire and why you should choose them. So we caught up with Clinic Director, Jenny O’Neill for a quick fire Q&A: Firstly Jenny, congratulations on making the final of the Aesthetics Awards. So, what is it that sets Aspire out from the rest? “We love what we do and we really care about getting things right for the client. So, we offer a free consultation where we take time to discuss all the options available and patients are given plenty of time to chat through all aspects of their treatment plan.” What’s one of your most popular treatments? “We are Berkshire’s most experienced and affordable provider of a fat freezing treatment called CoolSculpting. CoolSculpting is the only FDA cleared medical device for permanent fat removal and it’s giving fantastic results. With over 4 million treatments performed worldwide, not only is it safe, but also, it’s been scientifically proven to permanently reduce fat cells by 25% at each treatment session.” CoolSculpting has become popular amongst beauty and fitness-focussed celebrities such as Khloe and Kim Kardashian. Other celebrities known to use CoolSculpting include the Kardashian matriarch Kris Jenner and Will and Grace’s Debra Messing, who has become CoolSculpting’s brand ambassador. What other treatments do you offer? “Wrinkle smoothing, Dermal fillers, Skin tightening, Skin rejuvenation, Medical microdermabrasion, Light therapy for skin disorders, Non-surgical face lift, Thread vein removal, Skin tag, mole and wart removal”. R E matters Actress Debra Messing is said to swear by the Coolsculpting procedure Who are your typical customers? “Our customers are from every walk of life; any age group and any gender. In today’s world if there is something about our face, skin or body that we don’t like or want to improve on, it’s likely that there is a solution available. What is your philosophy? “I worked in a large practise in Harley Street for many years, where I developed my passion for this business. I wanted to provide a local, more personal service, where patient satisfaction is paramount.” To find out more about Aspire visit www.aspireclinic.com and follow them on Facebook and Twitter @AspireClinic #MyAspire and win £100! To celebrate being shortlisted as a finalist for a prestigious Aesthetics Award in the Best Clinic South England category, Aspire Clinic is launching #MyAspire, an exciting new social media campaign. Whether you’re a prospective or current patient, Aspire wants to know why you would choose them. Using the hashtag #MyAspire, tell us on Twitter or Facebook what brought you to Aspire. And don’t forget to tag us: @AspireClinic If you Tweet or Facebook your own post or retweet, like or share a post that we’ve created on your behalf during your appointment, you will also be entered into a fantastic competition to win one of five £100 Aspire vouchers. The competition will run until 30 November 2017. T&Cs can be found on the Aspire website www.aspireclinic.com. Bringing Harley Street to Royal Berkshire 0118 931 3575 www.aspireclinic.com 3rd Floor, Madejski Stadium, Reading, Berkshire To contribute, advertise or let us know your news please call 0118 933 3311 or email info@villageeye.co.uk facebook.com/villageeyemagazine @villageeyemag 11 Issue 62 October D 2017(Paul).indd 11 19/09/2017 17:30

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