Remake Up is the brainchild of Pedro Santos and Cristina Bernardino, whose aim was to build a business to help the 1.5m people in the UK who suffer from depression due to a perceived skin deformation.
Based in Glasgow, Remake Up offer a range of cosmetic treatments as an alternative to expensive surgical procedures for people who have been affected by permanent skin transformations.
Restoration options for conditions caused by scarring, alopecia, burns, stretch marks and cancer treatment are some of the packages on offer at Remake Up.
Recognising the limited number of options available to people with permanent skin conditions, Pedro and Cristina have vowed to help sufferers rebuild their confidence and self-esteem, breaking through existing health barriers that can undermine and prevent recovery.
As part of their business model, Remake Up runs a “Stroke 4 Stroke” programme, where for every paying customer they will provide a free medical make up procedure to a patient unable to afford treatment.
Further to that, on the last Friday of every month Remake will accept bookings for free medical permanent make up procedures, where patients can be sponsored for free treatment.
Pedro Santos was a finalist in the 2016 Social Enterprise Scotland Awards, while Cristina Bernardino was a finalist in the 2015 and 2017 Scotland Cosmetic Awards and will compete in the final of the 2017 Micropigmentation UK awards.
For further information contact:
93 Hope Street Glasgow G2 6LD
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