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Setting Up Your Home Aesthetics Clinic

If you are considering setting up a home aesthetics clinic, there are a few things you need to consider. From the type of treatments that you will provide to the equipment and products needed, there is much to think about. In this blog post, we will discuss some tips and considerations for setting up your own home aesthetic clinic.

Choose Your Treatments

The first step in setting up your home aesthetics clinic is deciding which treatments you would like to offer. Do some research into the various types of aesthetic treatments that are available and decide which ones you would like to specialise in. Consider the skills and expertise necessary for each treatment.

Get Proper Training

Once you have decided on the treatments you would like to offer in your clinic, it is important that you receive the very best training to allow you to safely and confidently treat your patients. When it comes to medical aesthetics, quality training and education are key components of success. Choosing an experienced and knowledgeable team will help ensure that you receive up-to-date and accurate information about all aspects of aesthetics. This helps protect both patients and practitioners alike from potential issues or complications due to lack of proper knowledge or skills. The benefits don't stop there though; a good training company can also provide valuable networking opportunities that can open doors to new career paths or even business partnerships. Access 2 Aesthetics are the leading aesthetics training company in Wales and will help you with every step of your journey.

Purchase Necessary Equipment and Products

Once you have decided on the types of treatments that you would like to offer, it’s time to purchase all the necessary equipment and products for your home aesthetics clinic. You will need a variety of equipment and consumables to complete your desired aesthetics treatments. The two must have items being a mini lockable fridge to store your botulinum toxin and a treatment bed.

Purchase Necessary Insurance

As an aesthetics practitioner, it is essential to have the right insurance coverage in place to protect both yourself and your clients. Having insurance will give you peace of mind knowing that if something were to go wrong during a procedure, you would be covered financially. It also ensures that your clients’ interests are taken care of should they experience any unexpected medical complications. By having the right insurance coverage in place, you can focus on providing your clients with quality care and services without worrying about unexpected financial liabilities. Below are 2 of the most popular medical aesthetics insurance companies. Cover starts from around £27.50 per month.

Create an Aesthetics Clinic Space

Next, it’s important to create a dedicated space in your home for your aesthetics clinic. This space should be well-lit with plenty of room for all of your equipment and products as well as comfortable seating areas where clients can relax while receiving their treatments. Additionally, make sure your space is clean and organised so that clients feel safe and comfortable when they come into your home aesthetics clinic.


Setting up a home aesthetics clinic requires careful planning and consideration before beginning operations. First, decide which types of treatments you would like to offer at your clinic and find a CPD accredited training academy such as Access 2 Aesthetics. Then purchase all necessary equipment, products and insurance. Lastly, create an aesthetically pleasing space in your home where clients can relax while receiving their treatments. With these tips in mind, setting up a home aesthetics clinic can be an exciting venture! Join our academy and let us guide you to your dream career.

Good Luck,

Andrew Coombs



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