After deciding to take the plunge and start a new business, I began my research into what types of lasers there are out there and what types of lasers carry out which treatments. I then started to research the different manufacturers of lasers. It really is a minefield deciding which way to go, especially when you are starting a new career.
I then came across Lynton Lasers. I read a little bit about them online and did my own little bit of researching checking out reviews etc, I also contacted some other clinics around the UK that use their equipment for their opinions and advice. I received nothing but positive experiences and advice – literally not one negative. It was important to me that I was able to deliver the best results possible for all my future clients and hearing the feedback from other clinics really put my mind at ease that this was going to be possible.
Once I contacted Lynton and learnt even more, I was literally amazed. They are on the NHS supply chain and used by them (once I knew this, I knew Lynton were for me). Not only because of their amazing results, but because of how safe they are. Lynton also originated out of the University of Manchester and all their machinery and components are built here in England. That was really important to me – I didn’t want a cheap import.
My next decision was what piece of equipment to purchase. Lynton do a whole range of lasers and equipment – I already have my eye on more equipment, once I am a little more established. I chose the Lynton Lumina which when it’s fully equipped, can treat over 24 different skin concerns. It combines different technologies in one platform which I can add to. The next laser I want to add to it is the Q-Switch laser which can remove tattoos, treat fungal nail infections and more.
My Lumina was delivered at the end of March and my training started mid-April and the rest is history.
Thank you for taking the time to read my post and I look forward to sharing more with you in the not-too-distant future.