After many years treating patients in London, both at Viva Clinic in Golders Green and at PHI Clinic on Harley Street, aesthetician Jodie Retallick has returned to her home in Cornwall to set up her own business – in the midst of a global pandemic, we might add.
Operating from the swanky No3 Lash & Brow House in Truro centre, Jodie offers clients a wide range of treatments and skincare solutions, based on her extensive knowledge and skill set. She also stocks Medik8 skincare products, putting together detailed regimens for her clients based on their individual needs and indications.
Owing to her experience as a trainer for Syneron Candela – one of the world’s most illustrious laser manufacturers – Jodie also offers laser procedures for her clients. During her time as a trainer, she travelled nationwide, demonstrating machines such as the PicoWay, the Velashape and Gentlemax Pro to doctors, surgeons, aestheticians and dermatologists. She is well-versed in laser treatments, with a lot of hands-on experience in treating pigmentation, red veins, skin laxity, hair removal and unwanted tattoos.
Beyond her role as a trainer, Jodie has not only treated many celebs who continue to visit her for outstanding results, she has also treated several patients on a pro bono basis, including acid attack survivor, Darren Pidgeon, and a fire survivor, Tulsi Vagjiani. After Dr Tapan Patlel, Jodie’s mentor, started their treatment off with fractional Co2 laser, she took over, treating the redness and structure of the scar tissue. To date, it is one of Jodie’s most significant achievements.
For those visiting Cornwall on a break post-pandemic, or for those who reside there, we cannot recommend Jodie Retallick of Retallick Aesthetics enough. She is bright, personable and genuinely achieves visible results for her clients. Follow her @retallickaesthetics to learn more and to get in touch.