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Village Features

A younger-looking you

Posted on November 27 2017 at 10:04:18



With the festive season almost upon us, and a brand new year just around the corner, it’s the ideal time to ensure you look good and feel confident.

If you are considering an aesthetic treatment, you’ll want reassurance that it’s carried out by a qualified medical professional – and a new Blackwell clinic can provide just that.

Nicky Robinson is certified by Derma Medical, which has been built around new guidelines in an endeavour to support safer, regulated practice with training provided by Harley Street doctors.

She completed both the Foundation and Advanced Aesthetics courses before launching the clinic at her home.

Nicky qualified as a nurse 21 years ago and currently works in a Birmingham hospital as a midwife, focusing on patient safety by utilising her extensive experience and clinical skills.

In the new clinic, she is able to offer anti-wrinkle treatments to reduce the appearance of frown lines and crow’s feet, as well as advanced treatments such as jawline slimming, which can also tackle bruxism (teeth grinding); neck non-surgical lift; brow lift; correction of gummy smile; bunny lines, and the reduction of hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating).

There are also fillers for the lips, cheeks, nose to mouth lines, correction of a “sad smile”, and hands.

All clients will receive an initial consultation to assess their suitability, before treatment two or three days later. There is then a follow-up appointment two weeks later.

Nicky is fully insured and a member of the British Association of Cosmetic Nurses.

As a special introductory offer, Nicky is giving clients £20 off lip fillers during December.

If you have any questions about aesthetic treatment, give Nicky a call on 07843 047688, email her on .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) or search for @NickyRobinsonAesthetics on Instagram.

A Facebook page is currently under development.

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