Amanda Thurbin will be opening the doors to Australia’s newest Laser Clinic at the newly redeveloped Grand Central, Toowoomba on Wednesday, 29 March.

After many years away from the area, Amanda is anticipating her return to the community with her husband and two children.

“I grew up here and it is exciting to return after living abroad and in Sydney for over 20 years,” she says. “Toowoomba has changed a lot, and it is wonderful to see it as a beautiful, vibrant, diverse community.”

Laser Clinics Australia has reportedly performed more than two million non-surgical cosmetic treatments between 2015 and 2016.

The company has also grown to 70 clinics nationally.

The new clinic will bring state-of-the-art equipment and beauty technology to the specialist retailers located in the area. Procedures such as wrinkle injections, dermal fillers, cosmedical grade skin treatments and skin rejuvenation will be made available to both female and male customers.

“Laser Clinics Australia revolutionised the accessibility and affordability of the industry. Affordability and safety are key factors in the brand’s ongoing success.”

According to Amanda, the popularity of cosmetic procedures continues to grow nationally. In the last year, she claims Australia’s total spending on minimal or non-invasive cosmetic procedures is estimated to have reached one billion dollars for the first time.

Laser Clinics Australia also offers other favoured technological beauty practices including laser hair removal, cosmetic injections, microdermabrasion and pigmentation removal.

“Laser hair removal offers long lasting results,” says Amanda. “We welcome anyone for a free consultation and we look forward to bringing Laser Clinic Australia’s services to Grand Central.”