Ticket sales and proceed donations benefit The Few Initiative for Children, and Doctors Without Borders (Médecins Sans Frontières, MSF).

Sciton Inc hosted over 650 medical professionals at its 2021 Rockstars of Aesthetics Virtual Summit in early April. Sciton’s annual virtual summit welcomed speakers and guests across North America to discuss industry leading clinical applications, learn the latest in advanced treatment techniques and reveal multi-generational industry trends.

The event featured 14 industry leaders who shared their expertise on a gamut of subjects from the role social media plays in aesthetics, to office management tactics to diversity and inclusion. Guest speakers included Drs Julia Carroll, Jason Pozner, Barry DiBernardo, Sean Paul, Chris Robb and Patrick Bitter, Jr.

All ticket sales and proceeds were donated to The Few Initiative for Children, founded by Julius Few, MD, president—who is also medical director of The Few Institute, to provide financial assistance and programs, supporting the academic needs of Chicago’s at-risk youth; and Doctors Without Borders (Médecins Sans Frontières, MSF), an international medical humanitarian organization that provides care to those whose survival is threatened by violence, neglect, or catastrophe.

Sciton chief executive officer, Aaron Burton commented: “Sciton is committed to taking an active role in our community. These donations, made on behalf of our Social Justice League, exemplify our mission to improve people’s lives. I’m proud of our team who continues to find innovative ways to share knowledge and resources within our medical community while also reaching out to help our local communities too.”

For those who registered but were unable to attend, the 2021 Virtual Summit will be available for on-demand viewing, accessible throughout June 2021. In-person events will resume this year and the World Tour Rockstars of Aesthetics will soon launch its multi-city tour. To attend, guests are encouraged to visit Sciton’s events page.