It’s inevitable that one day wrinkles and lines will be making themselves at home on our skin. There’s no need to fret however, because Medicine of Cosmetics (MOC) on Payneham Road specialise in providing customers with high-standard anti-ageing treatments to suit anyone’s budget and aim.
More than six therapists, including registered nurses, experienced doctors and beauty and laser technicians deliver treatments like skin needling, dermal fillers, anti-wrinkle injections, cosmetic tattoo services, anti-sweating treatments and even teeth whitening. Upon entering MOC, it is evident that great care and high standards are continuously implemented in the practice, with an attractive setup that boasts feelings of relaxation and self-pampering.
This luxury medical clinic is privately owned by Hayley Plummer, who has been working as a registered nurse for sixteen years, with five years of cosmetic nursing experience. Last weekend, we were invited to celebrate MOC’s 2nd birthday and VIP promotional event, where we saw a number of live cosmetic demonstrations while enjoying champagne, music, and locally crafted products by South Australian vendors.
Two of the MOC girls Hayley Plummer and Tanya Ellis performed some of these treatments, from cheek fillers to skin needling, providing an analysis of each – great for a first timer who is uncertain about taking the plunge into cosmetic surgery. The VIP night merged with a selection of small businesses from Adelaide, including The Daily Grind (coffee scrubs and body products) and local jewellery designer CINQUANTE, among others.
You can find Medicine of Cosmetics at 301 Payneham Road, Royston Park, with clinics also located in Blakeview and Craigmore. For more information, head to their website.
Photography by Clinton Phosavanh