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The first step is an Analysis of your skin by a skin health specialist. The analysis determines the current state of the skin and based on what you want to achieve, a skin health program is developed to correct existing problems and to maintain the results.

A skin health specialist will analyze problems such as:

  1. Appearance of facial lines and wrinkles
  2. Acne and acne scarring, unsightly blemishes, large or clogged pores
  3. Redness of the skin (rosacea) or small, red veins visible on the skin's surface
  4. Uneven pigmentation, brown spots, age spots

Once a skin analysis and assessment have been completed, a specific program is designed to correct existing problems and to stimulate and continually protect the skin. The skin care specialist will consider issues such as skin colour, age, how severe the skin condition is and appropriate maintenance programs.

A skin health program - designed specifically for you - will include a combination of treatments, products and procedures working together to restore the skin's natural look and function.

Special Offer for Breast Augmentation

Thank you for visiting our website. From January 2018, you will get a £ 500 discount if you book your breast augmentation. You will get the best implants on the market made by Mentor and are included in the price.

The Consultation is free of charge and will include a very full and frank appraisal of individual's suitability, as well as review the risks and benefits of the Breast surgery in general.

We accept credit card and payments. We do not offer unfortunately finance.

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