Aesthetic practitioner Laura Kingham has been with us since May 2016. She began working in top end spas after training with the Confederation of International Beauty Therapy & Cosmetology (CIBTAC) and Comité International d’Esthétique et de Cosmétologie (CIDESCO), two of the leading organisations training therapists in beauty, spa, wellbeing, diet and nutrition, and sports therapies.
Her qualifications enabled her to begin her career in top-end spas. She then progressed to medical aesthetics, which is where we came in!
To help you get to know her better, we sat her down with a cup of tea and asked her lots of questions.
It’s a lovely place to work! I not only love the Clinic’s amazing architecture and state-of-the-art equipment, but also the friendly environment and being part of the Skin to Love family.
I’ve had acne prone skin since I was 11, so I’ve tried many aesthetic treatments to help with it. I’ve also had treatments such as Dermapen® and Clear + Brilliant® to help my acne scarring. These treatments create something called a ‘micro trauma’ that encourages your own body to rejuvenate with newer and clearer looking skin. They also help kick start your own production of collagen – which is an anti-ageing bonus.
If money was no object, I’d treat myself to non-invasive face treatments such as Thermage, Regenlite skin tightening and Platelet Rich Plasma Therapy (the so-called vampire facial) with Dermapen®, all of which will help prevent invasive treatments such as surgery in the future.
All my experience in the beauty industry and at The Skin To Love Clinic has taught me that the best anti-ageing thing you can do for you skin is one of the least expensive. Come rain or shine, protect your skin by wearing a broad spectrum SPF 30+ everyday.
London is my favourite place and I go nearly every week to socialise, shop or visit exhibitions. I also enjoy seeing live music and shows. But when I’m at home you’ll either find me on my phone on social media or watching a new drama. I also go on the occasional run if I’m not napping!
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