April/May Updates!

April/May Updates!

Updates, Information & New Team Member…


We hope you all are having a good 2024 thus far, can’t quite believe we have hit the fourth month of the year already. We have many new things always going on here at Clinique Elan and find these newsletters are the best way to let you guys know about any upcoming information/specials etc.

Welcome Erin to the CE team!


Erin is our new Skin/Beauty Therapist, she will be based across both our clinics (Hamilton & Cambridge).


Hi, I'm Erin. I completed my diploma of Beauty Therapy in 2023, since then I have learnt the latest trends and up skilled to provide my clients with the best possible experience and results in their treatments. I'm passionate about everything beauty and love to see the growth of clients journey within all beauty aspects. Outside of Clinique Elan I am living out in the country on a farm and spending time with family and friends. Looking forward to seeing you all in clinic.


For the month of April & May we will be running a welcoming special with Erin 25% off (Facials, Massage, Waxing, Brows & Lashes).

Nurse Nicole (Maternity Leave):


For those of you who didn’t know our beautiful Nurse Nicole is due to welcome a future Beauty Therapist or Nurse (hehe) into this world September 2024! Meaning she will on Maternity leave starting 19th August-4th October. Nurse Renee will be taking on her clients in the interim.



It is so important to fill in your pre treatment confirmation and consent forms. This forms are in place for us to have a better understand of our clients and if anything were to be a contraindication therefore meaning rescheduled or changed. The forms we send to you prior to your appointment are required to be filled pre appointment, otherwise this will 1. Cut into your appointment/treatment time or 2. Affect your treatment booked if something is concerning and can’t proceed with treatment. This also lets us know you are confirming your booked appointment and you wont be charge a no show or late cancellation fee.  

April Specials:


25% off all Botulinum Toxin treatments with Nurse Renee


FREE Brow Shape & Tint with every Lash Lift appointment


May Specials:


Mother’s Day Special: Buy 1 get one FREE (with any Facial treatments)


25% off all Botulinum Toxin treatments with Nurse Renee



It’s ‘IPL’ season, now we are on the other side of summer it is the perfect time to treating both redness and pigmentation. At Clinique Elan (Hamilton Clinic) we use the gold standard Cutera Limelight IPL for treating brown spots, superficial redness and general skin rejuvenation.


How does it work?

IPL is a form of light therapy, but it is NOT laser. It is a multi purpose machine that can emit different wavelengths (colours), to enable us to treat various issues on the skin. When the appropriate wavelength is chosen, the crystal head is placed on the skin and the ‘shot’ is delivered. When the light hits its target colour: brown and/or red, the light is absorbed and converted into heat, thus destroying the target cells e.g pigment or red blood cells.


How long does it last?

Pigmentation: The light is able to penetrate to a certain depth only, so while the surface brown spots look better, the underlying pigmentation will eventually come to the surface again, so the spot will reappear. How long this takes depends on how deep the damage is, and how well the skin is looked after, particularly regarding sun protection, afterwards.


Redness: Again we are treating the symptoms only. Generalised redness often comes from Rosacea, which cannot be cured, but IPL is a great tool in the management of the problem.  Non-Rosacea redness may stay away for longer, but how the skin is looked after and protected afterwards, again determines the longevity of results.


Generally up to three treatments are required for ultimate results as the intensity and depth of the issues vary.



Full Face IPL: $360

Spot Treatment: $150

IV Therapy


Suffering from fatigue, stress, pain or insomnia? Clinique Elan offers an exclusive IV Therapy Lounge which tailors infusions to suit the individual.


Vitamin C

Vitamin C is a nutrient that is found in food, such as oranges, grapefruit, kiwi, peppers, broccoli and in dietary supplements. Vitamin C is an antioxidant and helps prevent damage to cells caused by free radicals. It also works with enzymes to play a key role in making collagen. Vitamin C is also called L-ascorbic acid or ascorbate.


Used to treat the following:

-Acute and chronic stress

-Aids in recovery of viral infections e.g influenza/covid

-Skin infections

-Pre/post surgery

-Chronic fatigue



What is Magnesium? Magnesium effectively enhances the function of the muscular and nervous systems. Your body needs magnesium to perform over 300 biochemical reactions necessery to sustain life. Magnesium is also a natural calcium channel blocker that helps reduce the workload of the heart.


Used to treat the following:

-Anxiety is often treated with prescription medication. Many doctors do not consider that a lack of magnesium can stress your body and create or worsen anxiety. The Magnesium has proven effective in the treatment of anxiety in many of our patients.

-Cardiac Arrhythmias Magnesium deficiency causes major stress on the muscular system. The most important muscle in the human body is the heart. There is an intricate connection between Magnesium and the heart’s electrical stability. Magnesium deficiency may cause irregular heartbeats commonly known as arrhythmias. Magnesium IV therapy results in relaxation of the heart and dilates the blood vessels. This allows the heart to work more efficiently.

-Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. Some reports suggest the Magnesium may be helpful in lessening the symptoms of chronic fatigue syndrome.

-Fibromyalgia is a serve deficiency of Magnesium can cause the muscles in the body to constantly spasm. Since the muscular and nervous systems are both involved in the symptoms of Fibromyalgia, there is believed to be link between the disease and a deficiency in Magnesium. Balancing of the levels of Magnesium in your body through Magnesium Drop therapy at the Health and Vitality Center can improve and deter the symptoms of Fibromyalgia.

-Hypertension Magnesium is a powerful vasodilator. When blood vessels are dilated, blood pressure comes down dramatically.


Myers’ Cocktail

What are the Myers’ Cocktail ingredients? The basic Myers Cocktail IV consists of B-complex vitamins, Magnesium and Vitamin C. By creating a nutritional blend that addresses diverse aspects of bodily function, the Myers’ Cocktail is an excellent choice for treating a variety of conditions:


-Adrenal Fatigue

-Chronic Fatigue


-Heart Disease

-Migraine and Tension Headaches

-Allergies and Asthma

-Anxiety and Insomnia



Vitamin C + Magnesium: $195

Myers Cocktail: $260


Consults are complimentary (not suitable for pregnant or breastfeeding women)

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