Vita Group launches Artisan Aesthetic Clinics in Sydney
Vita Group (ASX: VTG) launched its Artisan Aesthetic Clinics brand in Sydney with the opening of its Artisan Balmain clinic, formerly Clear Complexions, on Tuesday, 19 March 2019.
The clinic brings Artisan’s premium and unique offering to local residents, combining beautiful styling with fine craftsmanship, in a nod to the location’s history as a boutique movie theatre.
Esteemed cosmetic doctor, Dr Qikun Bao will lead Artisan Balmain, ensuring an ongoing focus on client care and safety and medical best-practice. The clinic will deliver a wide range of non-invasive treatments including injectables, laser and light, body contouring, skin tightening and medical-grade facials, with a focus on delivering personalised treatment and plans for its clients.
Artisan Balmain’s launch was followed by the opening of Vita’s second Artisan clinic in Canberra, with Clear Complexions Woden reopening as Artisan Woden on Saturday, 23 March.
Artisan Woden, much like Artisan’s first Canberra clinic in Bruce, is designed to make clients feel at home with carefully crafted joinery and bespoke furniture. The clinic creates a welcoming space for clients to enjoy its treatments in a private, luxurious space.
Vita Group Chief Executive Officer, Maxine Horne said: “We’re excited to open our first Artisan clinic in Sydney and our second clinic in Canberra. We’ve worked hard to create spaces that provide a truly premium and unique experience to our clients and look forward to continuing to expand our offering as we strive to establish a national network of clinics.”
Vita currently operates 11 aesthetic clinics across Queensland, New South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory. The opening of Artisan Balmain and Woden take Vita’s Artisan branded clinic footprint to seven clinics – four in Brisbane, two in Canberra and one in Sydney.
Two more Clear Complexions clinics will be rebranded to Artisan Aesthetic Clinics in the coming months, in line with Vita’s strategy to establish a premium network of 70 to 90 aesthetic clinics over the next five years.