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can i get you HYDROQUINONE 4% CREAM please ?
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Answer: Dear Gaarhaye
Thank you for your enquiry. We prescribe the hydroquinone product from the Obagi range for certain skin conditions. We are currently offering remote consultations for an initial discussion to establish whether the Obagi Nu Derma system is suitable for your condition and to explain a bit about using the products. If you would like to proceed with this then please let me know and I will organise this. We charge £30 which is redeemable against products or treatments at the clinic.
Question answered by Senior Aesthetic Therapist Pegah Fakhim
Pegah is passionate about this industry and attends many conferences to keep her knowledge refreshed. She understands skin and gets outstanding results with anti ageing treatments.
Nakedhealth | Nakedhealth Medispa, 261-263 Coombe Lane, Wimbledon, SW20 0RH
Answer: Hi Gaarhaye.
Please could you schedule a consultation by either calling us on 01228 580444 or booking online via our website www.vlaesthetics.co.uk
Question answered by Vanessa Brown
A graduate of London College of Beauty Therapy, Vanessa specialises in advanced skin care treatments.
VL Aesthetics | Unit 1 Kingmoor Road, Carlisle, CA3 9QJ
Answer: Thank you for your enquiry. Whilst this is one of our treatment options, we only offer this treatment to patients we believe will have a successful treatment with this product. If you are interested, please feel free to book yourself in for a virtual skin assessment and we can proceed. KR, Dr Harmony
Question answered by Dr Harmony Ubhi
Dr Harmony Ubhi is a surgical doctor, passionate about aesthetic medicine. With years of medical experience, she works with her clients to create tailor-made rejuvenation treatments.
Dr Harmony Aesthetics | The Dental & Implant Centre, 51 Hill Avenue, Amersham, HP6 5BX
Answer: Hello, thank you for your question.
I do have access to medical creams yes.
I do offer video consultations at the moment until clinic consultations resume.
Question answered by Carly Pearce
I have trained with the best in the world including Dr Alistair Carruthers the physician who along with his wife discovered Botox for cosmetic use.
Carly Pearce Aesthetics | 10 East Ham Road, Littlehampton, BN17 7AN
Answer: Dear Gaarhaye, thank you for your enquiry. We are able to provide a skin consultation with our Medical director Dr Anna who can assess your concerns and prescribe products such as Hydroquinone if required. Could we kindly take some contact details to contact you and arrange this?
I look forward to hearing from you.
Question answered by Dr Anna Hemming
Dr Hemming is a fully qualified medical doctor with 22 years experience, including 12 years skin health and medical aesthetic training. She is an international speak and key opinion leader for both UK and global brands. She has published articles in leading aesthetic journals and patients travel nationally and internationally to experience her treatments. She has been described as a ‘goddess with a needle’ due to her gentle touch and her dermal filler results are so natural you experience the effect of turning back time. Always aiming treatment to result in a better version of yourself.
Thames Skin Clinic | 1-3 Baylis Mews, 99 Amyand Park Road, Twickenham, TW1 3HQ
Answer: Dear Gaarhaye Jama, thank you for your question.
Hydroquinone 4%cream is only available under prescription in the UK.
The recomendation is for you to have a consultation with a medical professional that can discuss with your concerns, risks, benefits, alternatives, etc.
Hydroquinone 4% cream has a specific regime that need to be followed by a professional and review once your start using it.
Please let me know if I can be of any more help.
Question answered by Dr Raquel Amado
Owner and clinical director of Dr. Raquel Skin and Medical Cosmetics and clinical mentor at Harley Academy
Dr Raquel Skin and Medical Cosmetics | Suite 10, 10 Churchill Square, Kings Hill, West Malling, ME19 4YU
Thanks for your email. We can help with prescribing 4% Hydroquinone. You will need a consultation in clinic for this. The consultation fee is £40 and is payable on booking the appointment.
As this is an unlicensed drug in the UK, the consultation has to be in person. We cannot do remote consultations for this.
Question answered by Miss Sophie Stevenson
Sophie studied Beauty at Barbourne College and afterwards worked in a number of spas and salons for 8 years, before working as a Medical Aesthetician at Sk:n Clinic in Cheltenham. Sophie has found it a seamless transition into her role here, due to her extensive experience in medical aesthetics. Sophie carries out: Laser Hair Removal, HydraFacial, Plasma Shower treatment, skin peels, dermaplaning, medical needling, tattoo removal and Tixel
Outline Skincare Clinic | St Peters Manor, St Peters Church Lane, Droitwich, WR9 7AN
Answer: Hi there
Thanks for your question re hydro quinone 4% cream. I have this in my clinic. It. Is best if I have a consultation with you to take your details and go over how to use it for best effect.
My website is www.realyouclinic.com
Please let me know if you have already been using it and for how long etc.
Question answered by Dr Kathryn Taylor-Barnes
Dr Kathryn is a General Practitioner in Richmond.In addition to her diagnostic medical skills she has had a successful aesthetics clinic since 2004 which is now located in a state of the art facility in St Margarets Twickenham and nearby Richmond.
Real You Clinic | 16 Bridle Lane, St. Margarets, Twickenham, London, TW1 3EG
Thank you for your question.
Are you looking for the cream for your own use, or asking to supply my clinic?
If you would like the cream for your own use, please complete the online consultation form via the link below, and we can discuss your needs in more detail.
If you want to supply my clinic, please note that I already have a registered pharmacy supplier and I am not looking to change that.
Tawa Dowling, RN, NIP
Question answered by Owner Tawa Dowling
Qualified nurse since 1994, independent prescriber since 2020; registered with the Nursing and Midwifery Council.
TD Aesthetics | 56 Kenilworth Drive, Rainham, ME8 9EH
Answer: Hi Gaarhaye,
Thank you for getting in touch. I don’t use hydraquinone. I use iS Clinical, medical grade cosmeceuticals. They have a White Lightening range to target pigmentation.
If you would like more information please contact me at email@example.com or 07932881891.
Best wishes, Gilly
Question answered by Nurse Gilly Graver
As a Registered Nurse with over a decade of nursing experience including critical care, theatre and plastics, and accredited, post-graduate level training in aesthetics on Harley Street, the safety and wellbeing of my clients is my first priority. I have an unfailing commitment to client safety and am qualified in aesthetics complications management and am a member of the British Association of Aesthetic Nurses and the Aesthetic Complications Expert Group.
Dorset Aesthetics | Ash Farm Courtyard, Stourpaine, DT11 8PW
Thanks for your question.
We do stock this specialist cream but it is prescription-only so you would need to have a consultation with Nurse Lucy beforehand.
Please let me know if this is something you are interested in and we can get the cream to you following the virtual consultation or telephone call.
Telephone: 07759 658090
Cosmetic Skin Care
Question answered by Lucy Cooper
Nurse Lucy is a skincare specialist who works alongside Dr Jo McInerney at The Skyn Gym. Nurse Lucy offers treatments including chemical peels, Alumier facials, microneedling and many more. The Skyn Gym also stocks a wide range of skincare, including Alumier MD, Obagi, ZO skincare and Environ. Nurse Lucy will assess your skin type and create a bespoke treatment plan for you. The Skyn Gym treats all skin types. You can become a member of our Skyn Gym which entitles you to several benefits including discounted facials, or come and see us for a one-off consultation.
Cosmetic Skin Care | Claremont House, 70-72 Alma Road, Windsor, SL4 3EZ
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