FAQs

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How Can I book my appointment?

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You can simply give us a call 020-7223-5114 , email ap@sw11medical.uk,   or pop in to book it in

MEDICAL SW 11
45 Lavender Hill
London SW11 5QW

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How long I need to wait to see a doctor?

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It depends of what kind of specialists are you happy to see. Easily enquiry : give us a call 020-7223-5114 , email ap@sw11medical.uk,

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Do you provide NHS treatments?

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The Battersea clinic is a private Clinic and we don’t provide NHS treatments/ appointments

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How Can I Tone Up My Skin?

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You can book an appointment with our skin specialists to get great new lunchtime skin treatment, including Injectables - wrinkles reduction, radiofrequency or even skin peel. You’ll see a difference from a one off treatment or a course of them. We are happy to assist to sort out any of your skin concerns

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How to find out my skin Type?

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It is easy, at home follow the steps, or ask the specialist at our clinic. Repeat the test four times a year, because your skin often changes seasonally. Once you know your skin type it is important to use the right products including cleanser, moisturiser and night cream.

  • [] Cleanse your face thoroughly, and then wait for around 30-60minutes before putting anything else on your skin.

 

  • [] How does it feel? If it feels tight or flaky, your skin is dry. If you’re oily only across the forehead, down the nose, and on the chin, you’ve got combination skin.

If you need to blot your whole face with a tissue, you’re oily.
If your face feels irritated or slightly itchy, you most probably have sensitive skin.

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Which Do I Put On My Face First, Sunscreen Of Moisturiser or a Foundation?

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Sunscreen should go on as the last thing before make up.

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Every Morning I Wake Up With Eye Bags.

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Reasons are: lack of sleep, alcohol, stress and allergies are all contributory factors.
Sometimes it depends of way you apply eye cream. Do you know that eye cream travels… So avoid eye area and apply eye cream on your eyebrows and cheekbones only.

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Is It Okay To Mix And Match Products From Different Skincare Ranges?

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As long as you are using high-street products it is fine.
However, if you are using prescription or cosmeceutical brands for exfoliating or resurfacing skin which contain ingredients like Retinol or glycolic acid, try to avoid using anything on top as it could neutralise the effect. The best way is to ask skin specialists how to combine those.