The Australian Society of Dermal Clinicians was founded in 2000-2001 with the first graduates of the Bachelor of Health Science from Victoria University.

Since then, the Dermal Therapy industry has experienced dramatic growth with the increasing popularity of non-surgical cosmetic treatments and clinics offering dermal therapy procedures across Australia.

This continuing growth has highlighted the need for the ASDC to advocate for Dermal Clinicians nationally to maintain standards, integrity and education within the industry and promote evidence-based practice.

Today we talk to Chairperson, Jennifer Byrne about the role of the ASDC, benefits and how their pushing for regulation and standards in the professional aesthetic and beauty industry.

You can find out more about the ASDC over on their website or on socials @asdcassociation

Making today’s episode possible is BeautePartner InMed Asthetics. To find out more about why so many therapists and clients are loving the return of Sircuit Skin via distribution of Inmed Aesthetics, visit www.sircuitskin.com.au to take a look for yourself.

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