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Dracula PRP therapy is Dr Sister’s most popular treatment. As well as a standalone treatment, it works fantastically well when combined with other procedures. Arrange a consultation with Dr Sister to establish the best treatment combination for you, and if you book … Continue reading
I’m proud to be a pioneer in the field of non-invasive cosmetic techniques and have introduced a number of key treatments into the UK market. These days there are many safe, effective, alternatives to surgery and I’m always looking for … Continue reading
The Daily Mail has just run an article on fat-busting treatments, and they sent in a man for me to treat with my M.E.L.T. system. He was very pleased with the results, losing 2.1inches from his waistline. Click on the … Continue reading
I’m very pleased to be included, not once but twice, in the Tatler Beauty & Cosmetic Surgery Guide 2013. Please click on the images below to read. To discuss any of the treatments mentioned, please get in touch.
Some people struggle to lose weight no matter what diet or exercise regime they try. Others lose weight easily, but gain it back again just as quickly. I’ve had great success helping patients manage their weight successfully. I develop a … Continue reading
UPDATE: For more information on my hormone balancing consultation service, take a look at this post – and to order the book, Your Hormone Doctor, visit Amazon. Do you know how vital the role of hormones is when it comes … Continue reading
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