To understand the ethos of Aluminate Aesthetic Clinic, you need to know Amanda’s story. Because, for Amanda Tuckwell, founder of Aluminate, aesthetics is a passion born from personal experience.

Amanda is a Registered Nurse Prescriber with a background in Emergency Care and, as a nurse, promoting well-being was already second nature to her in her nursing roles. So, when Amanda reached a point in her life when she looked in the mirror and felt disheartened by what she saw, she decided to turn her clinical eye towards the non-surgical cosmetic industry to see what solutions it could offer her.

What happened next was an unexpected change in the direction of Amanda’s career. When she experienced significant differences in her appearance and confidence from having aesthetic treatments, she decided to train in aesthetics herself with a consultant plastic surgeon at his Harley Street clinic.

Following this training, Amanda was determined not only to bring the benefits of aesthetic treatments to others but also to address the barriers that mean many people miss out on experiencing the personal gains of treatment. In her practice, Amanda has found that many patients have delayed seeking treatment as they’re concerned about looking fake or unlike themselves (like some of the unhelpful celebrity examples we’ve all seen). And so, the Aluminate ethos was conceived: Restore, Renew & Rejuvenate: never false, frozen or overdone. Amanda is also open with her patients about the regular ‘tweakments’ she has to maintain her youthful look and is happy to act as a real-life example of how aesthetics can achieve subtle but significant results that enhance your natural features.

As a life-long learner, Amanda’s journey with aesthetics didn’t stop with her initial training. It wasn’t long before Amanda undertook her advanced training and her drive to offer the best results possible has seen her attend numerous conferences and workshops, as well as becoming an active member of professional networks, including the British Association of Cosmetic Nurses (BACN) and Aesthetic Complications Expert (ACE) Group.

And Amanda’s pursuit of excellence in practice doesn’t stop there. She has also achieved the highest accreditations possible in the aesthetics industry. Amanda is a Save Face Accredited Practitioner, which means she appears on a register of treatment providers who have been inspected against rigorous Professional Standards Authority criteria and is recognised by the Government, The Department of Health, NHS England, and The Care Quality Commission. Amanda has also achieved the Safety in Beauty accreditation which, in the absence of comprehensive regulation of the aesthetics industry in the UK, offers further assurance that best practice standards are met at Aluminate.

As further testament to the quality of her work, Amanda has recently been announced as a finalist for [been awarded] the Safety in Beauty Diamond Awards Best Aesthetic Nurse Practitioner Award. These awards celebrate professionals who have transformed lives and empowered patients through aesthetic and beauty treatments in the most positive and safest ways. And the Nurse of The Year award in particular recognises an outstanding aesthetic nurse who has contributed to the profession and the industry for the greater good.

What all of this means is that you are in the safest of hands with Amanda at Aluminate clinic. All consultations and treatments are carried out by Amanda herself in her own discreetly located, private professional clinic, which means she can deliver a truly personal service. And as a nurse, your well-being is paramount to Amanda, so there’s never any pressure or obligation to proceed with treatment after your free consultation. Amanda will recommend the treatments that can help with your concerns, as well as honestly advise you when it comes to treatments that you don’t need or won’t benefit from.

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