Pioneers of laser treatment since 1991
The founder of this clinic, formerly running clinics nationwide with the head office and training centre in Harley Street, London, started tattoo removal trials in 1991.
Tattoo removal has remained very close to her heart as she not only helped to pioneer the treatment, she completely understands how unwanted tattoos can cause embarrassment and difficulties in the workplace and socially. more…
Over 20 Years Experience!
Lasers have been used for hair removal since 1994. All our practitioners have many years experience so no matter who you see, you can be assured of the best possible advice and safe treatments.
We have worked with every skin and hair type giving us firsthand experience and expertise that other clinics can’t match more…
You might call them Sun Spots or Liver Spots
As you get older, your skin begins to tell a little story. One of the ways it does that is with Age Spots – brown pigmented patches on the skin.
They’re caused by sun damage so they usually appear on the places you tan most; the face and hands. There is no need to remove these unless they bother you. If you intend to continue sun tanning, it probably isn’t worth while having the treatment as others will likely appear in due course. But if you do decide to have them removed, laser treatment is very effective. more…
What is Hirsutism?
It is when a woman has excessive hair growth. The hair is usually thick and dark, rather than fine and fair.
Excess hair may appear on the:
Most of the excess androgen activity in premenopausal women is due to an underlying condition known as PCOS.
PCOS is thought to be the cause of hirsutism (excessive hair growth) in around 72% of cases.
PCOS is a condition in which women have a number of small, fluid-filled sacs (cysts) around the edge of their ovaries (the pair of reproductive organs that produce eggs and sex hormones in women). more…
What is Pilonidal Sinus?
A pilonidal sinus is a small hole or "tunnel" in the skin. It usually develops in the cleft of the buttocks where the buttocks separate.
Most people associate the word sinus with the nose, but sinuses can occur anywhere in the body. Sinus is simply a medical term for a channel or cavity.
A pilonidal sinus will not usually cause any noticeable symptoms unless it becomes infected. This can cause a pus-filled abscess to develop. Signs that you may have an infection include pain, redness and swelling in the affected area.
The founder of this clinic has specialised in laser treatments for 25 years.
In the early 90’s she ran a chain of clinics nationwide. At the Harley Street Practice she dedicated private clinic sessions,two days per week, to treat transgender and transvestite patients with unwanted hair. more…