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Fastest Growing Beauty Franchise sets sights on NSW

  • Written by Eve Anderson

Australia’s leading medi-aesthetics clinic, Australian Skin Clinics, is continuing its growth strategy with the opening of three new locations this month.
 
The three clinics at Chatswood Westfield, Hurstville Westfield and Westfield Sydney represent the first of the 24 Ella Rouge Beauty Salons to rebrand to Australian Skin Clinics following the announced merger with Hairhouse Warehouse last year.
 
Australian Skin Clinics Chief Marketing Officer Christie Harris said the rebrand will see Australian Skin Clinics grow from three to 27 in New South Wales clinics, with the remaining Ella Rogue clinics expected to be rebranded by the end of the year.
 
“The rebranding of Ella Rogue to Australian Skin is an exciting time and we see the move as a great strategic step forward in providing high quality service for an affordable price to the New South Wales public,” Mrs Harris said.
 
“Australian Skin Clinics Chatswood, Hurstville and Sydney join the already established clinics at Warringah Mall and Wetherill Park in Sydney and Tweed Heads in northern New South Wales, allowing for an enhanced beauty services and cosmetic injectables offering across Sydney.”
 
Australian Skin Clinics offers a range of results-driven cosmetic treatments to suit a wide spectrum of customers both in age, skin type and gender.
 
Ms Harris said Australian Skin Clinics priority is to make our customer’s look and feel fantastic about themselves by offering affordable, accessible and results driven cosmetic treatments in our beautiful, high quality clinic environment.
 
“We are passionate about ensuring our staff are some of the most trained and educated in the medi-aesthetics industry to ensure our clients receive the best care and treatment delivered by experienced, qualified and highly trained team members,” Ms Harris said.
 
“The rebrand and opening of Chatswood, Hurstville and Sydney as Australian Skin Clinics provides the former Ella Rouge employees with the opportunity to up-skill their abilities in order to create a new wave of trained and skilled technicians.
 
“The three clinics also join the additional two Sydney Australian Skin Clinics to offer the latest in fat freezing and reduction technology, CryoDefine. The non-invasive treatment is a safer alternative to liposuction surgery, selectively cooling and destroying fat cells resulting in targeting re-shaping of problem areas such as love handles, inner and outer thighs, and stomach.”
 
Australian Skin Clinics Chatswood is located at Chatswood Westfield, Shop 442, Level 4, 1 Anderson Street, Chatswood.
 
Australian Skin Clinics Hurstville is located at Hurstville Westfield, Shop 363, Level 2, Corner Cross Street and Park Road, Hurstville.
 
Australian Skin Clinics Sydney is located at Westfield Sydney, Pitt Street Mall, Shop 2008, Level 2, Market Street, Sydney.
 
Australian Skin Clinics Tweed Heads is located at Tweed City Shopping Centre, Shop 512, 54 Minjungbal Drive, South Tweed Heads.
 
Australian Skin Clinics Warringah is located at Westfield Warringah Mall, Shop 1243, Ground Level, Corner Condamine Street and Old Pittwater Road, Brookvale
 
Australian Skin Clinics Wetherill Park is located at Stockland Shopping Centre, Shop 109, 561-583 Polding Street, Wetherill Park
For more information visit www.ozskin.com
 
About Australian Skin Clinics

Founded on the Gold Coast, Australian Skin Clinics is one of Australia's original laser and skin rejuvenation clinics. Established in 1996, the company has achieved rapid expansion due to its successful business model and growing consumer demand for its services.

Australian Skin Clinics offers a range of results-driven cosmetic treatments including laser hair removal, cosmetic injectables, microdermabrasion, acne management, treatments for rosacea, pigmentation, scarring, sun damage and skin care. With services to suit a wide spectrum of customer both in age and gender, Australian Skin Clinics’ mission is to make its customer’s look and feel fantastic about themselves. The Australian Skin Clinics team achieves this by offering affordable, accessible and effective cosmetic treatments in beautiful, high quality facilities and delivered by experienced, qualified and highly trained team members.

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