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Call us on 07796017018 or fill the form below


Choose between a video consultation
or a clinic visit

Clinic locations

Sloane Square – 9A Wilbraham Place SW1X 9AE

Opening hours

Mon to Fri 9am to 5pm

How we can help

Your journey with us will begin with a consultation in which you can share your concerns with our highly qualified medical team. We offer video consultation and face-to-face consultations.

Face-to-face consultations

Alternatively, you may wish to visit us at one of our clinic locations.

Video consultations

Video consultations are ideal if you would like to have a consultation from the comfort of your own home. Read more about our video consultations here.

Consultation types

Aesthetic consultation 

  • Consultation for the treatment of the signs of ageing, wrinkles and unbalanced facial features and proportions with non-surgical aesthetic treatments such as injectable neurotoxins, fillers & Tixel.
  • Does not include complexion problems, pigmentation problems or acne, where a Dermatology consultation is required.
  • Please check with us if you are unsure whether an aesthetic consultation will be appropriate for your needs.

Dermatology consultation

  • A professional opinion on concerns of the skin, including acne, rosacea, pigmentation problems, complexion issues
  • Advice on optimising skin care regimes
  • Return (follow-up) consultations are also charged at the same rate.

Skin procedure consultation

  • A shorter consultation to discuss cosmetic removal of moles, skin tags, milia, warts & seborrhoeic keratoses
  • Consultation for acne scar management


Plese refer to the our Fees page for the current tariffs for appointments and treatments offered at the clinic.

Make an appointment

Call us on

+44 (0)7796017018

(Mon – Fri 9 am to 5 pm)

Or request an appointment by completing the form below:

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We aim to respond to all requests within one working day. In case of medical emergency, please contact your General Practitioner, your nearest A&E department or phone 999 or 111.