Scandinavian Skincare Systems
Gloucestershire-based Scandinavian Skincare Systems has been involved in the professional skincare market for the past 20 years. The company has first-hand experience in all areas of the market including skincare equipment & product design, manufacture & sales; consultancy; recruitment; training school management; and spa design & spa management.
In 1994 Scandinavian Skincare Systems was the first company in the world to develop fiber optic-based skincare treatments and it has now taken that technology to a new level with cold-light fiber optic Photodynamic Therapy (PDT) treatments for skin boosting; treatment of bruising after
injections; facial scarring; acne; cellulite; and fine lines. The latest version of the MÖ System has been designed for medical
practitioners and advanced aesthetics treatments. The MÖ System was designed by the company President and
founder Marianne Olavesen, and earned a nomination for the Cosmopolitan Women of Achievement Awards.
The company owns and manages its own advanced skincare aesthetics
training schools with options for students to study at the Scandinavian Skincare Academy in Gloucestershire, England, and two locations in southern Norway (Sandefjord and Grimstad).
The MÖ Aesthetic Clinic in Gloucestershire provides skincare, body-care and nutritional programs exclusively for private clients and often on a referral only basis. Client services are privacy assured.
The company's latest own-brand range is the MÖ Scandinavian Cosmeceuticals collection, which brings to the market high technology performance ingredients along with proven botanicals.
The company also owns and manages its own online skincare recruitment portal greatspajob.com.
Marianne Olavesen, President & Founder
Norwegian-born Marianne Olavesen is the company President and founder. Marianne has been a product designer, trainer and consultant to the international health, well-being and beauty Industry for 20 years. She has spent 12 Years in Business Management and was also one of the finalists in Cosmopolitan’s 1998 'Women of Achievement' award for her achievements in Health & Well-being, including the development of state-of-the-art therapy treatment systems.
Marianne has a passion for Spa development and alternative therapies, and has travelled the world being involved in the development of international Spas. She was responsible for the design and launch of the Spa at Oslo's Grand Hotel, which is widely known as Scandinavia’s most exclusive Spa.
In addition to the new MÖ Collection of cosmeceuticals products, Marianne has designed and launched two other successful brands: O-Lys, one of the premier skincare brands in the Middle East; and Olavesen, one of the premier brands in the Scandinavian region. Marianne is also the designer behind the MÖ System, which is based on Photodynamic Therapy - a synergistic combination of old and new - and a mixture of traditional and current technologies.