• 300 Pennsylvania Ave NW
  • Mon - Sat: 7:00 - 17:00
  • + 386 40 111 5555

If you can't find the answer for your question, feel free to contact us!

What can I expect during my Skin Consultation?

You will meet with a member of the team to discuss your issues, and provide you with a In-depth Skin Analysis, using the most advanced technology to diagnosis your skin. We can measure oil, open pores, scarring, lines, pigmentation and red veins. These measurements will help us decide which skin treatments are best for you, and will then be used to compare against your results after treatment. Book your Consultation by calling us on 0208 3929 411.

 

What is Skin Membership

Our Skin Membership provides you with a bespoke, skincare routine and treatments specifically suited to your skin: Refresh Skin, Maintain Your Skin, or High Maintenance. Skin Membership is paid monthly, allowing you to save over £860 per year. More details can be found on our Skin Membership page.

 

How long will a consultation take?

A Skin analysis can take between 30-45 mins depending on your skin needs

 

Will my skin be red after a treatment

Not necessarily. After most treatments you will leave the clinic glowing. Please refer to the individual treatment FAQs for further details on skin recovery and downtime.

 

Is there parking at the Clinic?

Yes, there is free parking around the Barnes clinic but it is only available after 11

 

Can I just come in have a treatment?

We do require all clients to come in for a consultation first so we can ensure the clients are suitable to that treatment and they understand the treatment completely

 
Skin Membership

Results

Skin Philosophy are results driven and work to create personalised plans that not only ensure you leave with radiant skin, but also have a long-term strategy in place that helps you maintain your new skin. Take a look at some testimonials below to see some of the fantastic work the team at Skin Philosophy have carried out.

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