Mayfair Aesthetics Laser & Skin Clinics, a multi-award winning London aesthetics business, has signed a service and training contract with Laseraid.
Laseraid is a market leader in aesthetic laser provision in Australia that has brought its services and support for independent clinics to the UK in response to demand. They provide premium branded aesthetic laser equipment, including an all-inclusive subscription model or sales options. Laseraid also offers training and reliable servicing to clinic owners nationwide.
Mayfair Aesthetics has turned to Laseraid after being let down by their previous service partner, to receive laser device support from Laseraid’s manufacturer-trained laser engineers.
They offer laser hair removal using state-of-the-art Soprano ICE Titanium and Platinum technology provided through five machines across its four sites. Mayfair Aesthetics provides laser hair removal alongside a large range of non-surgical treatments for example; dermal fillers, IPL skin rejuvenation, muscle relaxing micro injections, Dermapen and mesotherapy.
Mayfair Aesthetics was founded in 2016 by entrepreneurs Matthew Rundle and Luz McSheffery with a mission to provide clients with the highest quality and services. They have won 11 industry awards and helped 10,000 customers since opening their first clinic in Angel. They have expanded to Pimlico, Moorgate and Hammersmith, growing their team to 25 people across the four sites, with plans to expand to other locations.
The practice of lasers treatments by doctors, dermatology specialists and clinics has boomed in recent years as technology has become available to aid with various treatments such as; tattoo removal, facial treatments, laser hair removal, fat freezing, skin rejuvenation and body contouring.
The managing director, Matthew Rundle, commented: “We depend on our laser machines to deliver a consistent and quality service for our clients, downtime is not an option for our reputation or our revenue.” It was a relief to get Laseraid on board after their previous partner let them down severely, Rundle concluded. Mayfair Aesthetics also uses Laseraid for manufacturer training for laser specialists joining their company alongside an induction programme and intensive training which they follow up with.
Our flexible model is ideal for a fast-growing business like Mayfair Aesthetics as it expands to new locations and adds more treatments,” said Tom Acland, CEO of Laseraid International. He added the clinic groups success not only shows their clear vision and hard work but also shows “the huge potential offered by this growing sector as more and more people look for high quality laser treatments from reputable and highly trained professionals.”