NEW Clinic Relocation for 2020
City Walk in Clinic,
Ground floor, Renown House,
33–34 Bury Street, London,
0207 386 0464
Mon-Fri: 9am – 5.30pm
Sat: 9am – 2pm
Contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org for enquiries or to book.
Alternatively you can call our Putney Head Office and Clinic direct on 0208 246 4861 for any queries or to arrange an appointment with a doctor.
Open until 8pm most evenings, until 5pm on Saturday.
All of our non-surgical and surgical cosmetic skin treatments are available here; with non-surgical and minor surgery procedures being provided by experienced Aesthetic Doctors, led by Dr Ross Perry.
Popular treatments include:
- Lines and wrinkles: anti-wrinkle injections and or facial fillers
- Lip augmentation: lip enhancement
- Excessive sweating: injections to stop sweating in the difficult underarm area
- Mole removal: surgical and or laser removal
- Skin tag removal: freezing, surgical
- Wart removal: freezing, surgical or laser treatments
- Cyst removal: using advanced techniques
- Thread vein treatment: for the face or body
Patients travel from afar to get our expert opinions and like the fact that most treatments can be carried out on the same day.
Mole removal is one such procedure where we offer our ‘see and treat’ service so patients can have all their blemishes removed there and then.
Dr Ross Perry, the medical director of Cosmedics Skin Clinics, is based at the City clinic, now held in Harley Street.
Clinics are currently held on Fridays, where the busy clinic appeals to all the City workers close-by.
Dr Perry offers high expertise in anti-ageing treatments, helping patients to appear younger, fresher and less lined.
Treatment for sweating in the underarm area is particularly popular with city workers who like to appear stress-free and fresh for meetings.
He also offers dermablade removal of moles as well as removal of troublesome warts, skin tags and cysts.
NEW City of London Skin Treatment Clinic Location from 17th January 2020:
Website testimonials and photos represent the opinions and experiences of individual patients. Results may vary from person to person.