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League of Extraordinary Women presents Suzie Hoitink

Join our community of over 25,000 females around the world. Surround yourself with inspiring women that you can truly connect with and learn from. The next Canberra League breakfast presents Suzie Hoitink, a registered nurse and founder of Clear Complexions.

Her medical approach to skincare and expertise in light based therapies, combined with the use of cutting edge technology and a personal touch has led to a huge and loyal client base, recognition and respect from within the industry, personal accolades and industry awards.

Suzie is a recipient of the ACT Telstra Business Women’s Award and was a finalist in both the University of Canberra Distinguished Alumni Awards and the Nokia Innovation Award for developing the Clear Complexions Client Clinical Pathway.

She is an in-demand authority on skin care, appearing in the ABC presentation Acne Vulgaris: Not Just Skin Deep as an expert panellist. She is a regular presenter at the Cosmedex Cosmetic Surgery Conference and is a well-known and highly sought after keynote speaker on light based therapies and what constitutes ‘best practice’ in the rapidly evolving industry of skin rejuvenation.

Described as “…one of the best reps in the land for talking ‘round problem skin”, Suzie’s in-depth knowledge and experience has drawn praise from Grazia magazine where she was voted Number 1 in the “Names you can trust for specialist attention”. She has also featured in national publications including Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar, Cosmopolitan, Australian Women’s Weekly, Men’s Health, The Financial Review, The Daily Telegraph, The Sun Herald and The Australian Nursing Journal.

Expanding on her reputation as a champion of healthy skin and the boosted confidence that arises as a result, Suzie has launched her own magazine, Inner Confidence. Dedicated to the power of self-belief, Inner Confidence features advice, tips and inspirational stories of people who have overcome hurdles and fulfilled their aspirations. Suzie is fulfilling one of her dreams this year when she represents Australia at the Age Sprint Triathlon World Championships in the 40-44 age group.

Despite having five state of the art clinics in Canberra and Sydney and another soon to open, Suzie continues to personally treat clients and educate and mentor her nurses. Suzie works alongside her husband Alex, and together they are raising two beautiful daughters.