I would like to introduce myself – I’m Nicola Lowe at Pure Skin Aesthetics. With a background in Nursing and Health & Social Care, previously also working with a specialist Plastic Surgeon and Dermatologist cancer removal service for 10 years. Totalling 26 years of experience. I fully understand the difficulties that visible concerns can place on your emotional and physical well-being. I enjoy helping all my clients with their individual needs and requirements.
I’m fully qualified to the highest level in all my treatments including, pain free Laser hair removal, Radio Frequency Microneedling, Hifu (non-surgical face lift) Tattoo removal and Advanced Electrolysis, including lesion removal, Microdermabrasion, Image skin chemical peels, Pigmentation removal, Laser Skin Rejuvenation.
When you’re ready to make a decision, you’ll experience a calm and safe treatment in this clinical setting at Pure Skin. My most recent qualifications include, Core of Knowledge, Level 3 Anatomy and Physiology, Level 4 and 5 laser (all VTCT this is the highest available qualifications), Level 4 Microneedling, advanced electrolysis, Masced (skin cancer assessment). And yearly first aid training.
Pure Skin are an aesthetics clinic based near Chippenham, Wiltshire offering an expert approach to dermatology so you can feel great in your own skin.
I work with clients across Wiltshire, Gloucestershire and the South West of England to perform advanced laser treatments that keeps your skin glowing.
We are proud to be a Lynton and Sterex approved and trained aesthetics clinic, using the latest dermatologist loved lasers, electrolysis & microdermabrasion technologies. All of our lasers are medically graded, the highest technology, quality, integrity, and reliability of our equipment is founded on scientific research carried out at the University of Manchester where Lynton originated in 1994. This has established the reputation as the UK’s leading and award-winning manufacturer and supplier of aesthetics technology, and we are proud to be using lasers that are the preferred equipment on the NHS Supply Chain.