Kamila Kingston, the founder of Australia’s first cosmetic acupuncture clinic, will be holding courses in skin needling and other traditional Chinese anti-ageing treatments around Australia this month.
The half-day courses will cover the use of dermal rollers, dermal stamps, jade rollers, Gua Sha and Chinese facial massage for the treatment of a variety of skin conditions including sagging, hyperpigmentation, acne and rosacea.
Kamila, a fully-qualified acupuncturist and Chinese herbalist who founded and now runs the White Lotus Cosmetic Acupuncture clinic in Brisbane, said she normally just trained acupuncturists but had decided to hold some courses specifically for beauty and natural therapists “due to a massive demand from beauticians to learn our techniques”.
The four-hour courses will be held in Brisbane (August 14), Sydney (August 22), Melbourne (August 30) and Perth (September 4).
The course, which costs $290 (including GST), includes “a free dermal roller, dermal roller serum, jade roller, silk pillow case, training DVD and manual valued at $189”.
For more information visit www.whitelotus.com.au