Going under the knife seems to be a phrase on the decline recently with the invention of highly popular non-surgical cosmetic procedures.
A recent trend that continues to grow is the desire for bigger lips. With most non-surgical procedures being priced at a few hundred pounds, more and more people now want to enhance their natural beauty with the help of aesthetic treatments.
Hearing great things about a pop-up clinic at our friends, CaBella on Bridlesmith Walk, we wanted to know more about Nottingham’s Kaytie Chambers, owner of MYLA Aesthetics.
MYLA Aesthetics is a small business that uses Cannula techniques to provide Nurse – Lead Aesthetic treatments. Offering non-surgical treatments within a friendly and comfortable environment, Kaytie is putting a huge (and sometimes fuller) smile on all her clients faces. Treatments include:
•Dermal Fillers including Lip, Nasolabial Folds and Marionette Lines
•Advanced Dermal Fillers including Mid-face rejuvenation, Tear Trough and Cheek and Jaw enhancement
MYLA Aesthetics has recently opened an all new and purpose-built clinic room at Kaytie’s home in Kirkby in Ashfield. The room offers the same robust standards as any corporate beauty business.
Kaytie told us, “My husband and I have worked hard to create a clean clinical environment with a homely twist. I was nervous to do this from home at first, as I was unsure how people would respond, but I am having really good feedback, often with people saying that they actually feel more relaxed here and that is exactly what I wanted”.
You can also visit MYLA Aesthetics at their pop up clinics in Nottingham and at Kris Beauty in Derby.
We learnt that a huge appealing factor for people choosing MYLA Aesthetics, is that Kaytie is a trained Nurse of 3 years. During her training at the University of Nottingham, she discovered her huge interest in non-surgical treatments and after gaining ‘crucial experience’ as a Gynaecology and Theatre Nurse, she decided to complete her Aesthetics training with the fields leading experts.
With various stories appearing in the press recently regarding unhappy clients of non-surgical treatments, we asked Kaytie for her opinion on what she believes is the most important and core parts of her job.
Kaytie said “I have many core values within MYLA Aesthetics. I believe that education is very important, with the non-surgical industry set to get bigger and bigger, there are so many practitioners out there to choose from. I educate my clients on products, safety, what clinical standards to expect and potential risks that surround the treatments.
That way, if for whatever reason they don’t return to MYLA Aesthetics, they have a set standard of what to expect and to look for in other practitioners throughout their cosmetic journey”.
MYLA Aesthetics are active supporters of the LGBT community and were recently approached by Daniel Ellison, a promoter of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender friendly services across the UK. Daniel happened across MYLA Aesthetics and was impressed by the 5-star reviews and the positive attitude that was being shown towards gay men and non-surgical treatments.
Daniel suggested to Kaytie that there is still a stigma surrounding beauty treatments amongst gay people and specifically Transgender.
MYLA Aesthetics will be working closely with Daniel to promote their services at major LGBT events.