3D Aesthetics has fast been earning a reputation across the globe as the ultimate in non-invasive beauty technology. From the outstanding facial Hifu to life changing body treatments, 3D offers a complete and prescriptive approach to non-surgical beauty.
Now, one of the most popular 3D treatments, 3D Lipo, has arrived in Ireland.
Launched today at the five-star Fitzwilliam Hotel in Dublin today by reality TV star Chloe Goodman, 3D Lipo has been brought to Ireland by clinical therapist Sabrina Ni Concubhair.
The treatment is currently exclusively available at the 3D Aesthetics clinic in Clane, county Kildare.
Sabrina is the founder of 3D Aesthetics Ireland and is responsible for every aspect of 3D in Ireland, from training to machine distribution across the country to delivering bespoke treatments herself.
With the exponential rise in 3D’s popularity, Sabrina’s aim is to open four clinics in each country in Ireland.
Rising to prominence on shows such as Ex On The Beach and Celebrity Big Brother, Chloe who jetted into Dublin today is kept busy as an in-demand model and beauty influencer, as well as running her own beauty clinics Opiah Cosmetic which specialises in 3D Lipo.
Her favourite 3D treatment? The bum lift, which she first recently experienced at a 3D expo in Manchester.
Not alone adored by Chloe – who is a proud ambassador for 3D Aesthetics – other celebrities that enjoy the 3D effects include TOWIE’s Amy Childs, Gemma Collins, Coleen Rooney, Patsy Kensit, Dawn Ward, Keeping Up With The Kardashian’s Johnathan Cheban , Alex Gerrard, Stephanie Davis, Darren Day, Blue’s Anthony Costa and Love Island star Olivia Buckman.
From brilliant bum lifts to visible cellulite reduction – there’s only one question left to be asked of this innovation: is there anything this technology can’t do?