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Dr Mark has been providing aesthetic beauty treatments since 2011. He is a consultant in the National Health Service and has the diploma of the membership of the Royal College of Physicians.
He has been practising aesthetic beauty medicine since 2011. He has seen and continues to see many clients affected by skin problems that have the potential to be helped by a good skincare regime. But these problems can only be helped if the skincare products actually have the necessary strength to do the job. Many clients use a skincare regime that is either too basic or too complicated to work, using products, often very expensive, with weak or unproven ingredients.
Dr Mark saw the need for a simple and effective range of skincare treatments, containing ingredients at a strength that could achieve results, and launched the Dr Mark Skincare range.
The philosophy of the range is simple – use only the highest quality products that contain clinically proven and effective ingredients at strengths that studies have shown to work in real people.
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