Medical Aesthetic Nurse, BNursSc
Carnie completed her Bachelor of Nursing in 2005 at the University of Ballarat and accepted a graduate position at a major Melbourne hospital, where she continues her nursing career.
She has expanded her career to medical aesthetics and is highly-skilled in facial anatomy, asymmetry and facial rejuvenation techniques. This has led her to become a sought after cosmetic injector in Melbourne and a Victorian trainer for an international pharmaceutical company and distributor of anti-wrinkle injections and dermal fillers, training other health professionals in the art of injecting techniques.
Carnie is passionate about providing excellent outcomes for her clients and is committed to continuous education and training. As part of her ongoing professional development she has attended the Australasian Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery Non-Surgical Symposium (2014 and 2015), Master Classes on Facial Aesthetics and Injecting Techniques, as well as Galderma training to name just a few.
Carnie has expertise in performing anti-wrinkle injections to smooth away crow’s feet, frown and forehead lines. She is highly skilled in performing natural looking lip enhancement and rejuvenation, facial reshaping and contouring (cheek enhancement), under eye rejuvenation, reduction of marionette lines and jowls, as well as subtle lifting of the face with dermal fillers (‘The Liquid Lift’).
She has a wide range of clients and in consultation with them, Carnie devises a treatment plan that will be effective, yet natural and individualised. Carnie sees both male and female clients, ranging from those that are wanting prevent the signs of aging to those that are seeking assistance to correct aging that has already occurred.
“I believe in a 3D approach to anti-aging. I use a combination of anti-wrinkle injections, dermal fillers, laser and skin care for the most impactful and natural results.” Carnie Considine