An Independent, Doctor Led Aesthetic Clinic Focusing On Providing the Right Treatments for You
Welcome to Dr Skin Clinics, a bespoke medical aesthetic clinic located in the heart of the Jewellery Quarter in Birmingham. Dr Skin Clinics was founded by Dr Kesh Hayer, a practising General Practitioner whose interest in Aesthetic Medicine led her to further training in the field.
After receiving her qualifications on Harley Street for her specialist interest in advanced non-surgical procedures, she opened this bespoke clinic with one goal in mind. The goal of this clinic is to allow medical knowledge and experience to guide aesthetic procedures to ensure safety and quality results for all clients.
With the help of our highly trained practitioners, we aim to provide quality services, safe procedures, and a friendly environment to assist in your journey. We strive to provide a space where you can voice your concerns, and not just be given a solution, but also the knowledge to help you understand your body from the inside out.
At Dr Skin Clinics, we pride ourselves in our three-way approach to consult, advise and treat. We like to engage with you to determine what your medical concerns and needs are. This enables us to give you the necessary advice based on the best treatment options for you, and ensure that any treatment carried out is done by a highly qualified practitioner.
We strongly believe that the fundamental basis of successful skin treatments and non-surgical aesthetic procedures is reliant upon an initial, in-depth consultation with a highly qualified medical practitioner. During this time, we give you the opportunity to express your concerns and needs to us, so that we can advise you of the best treatment plan for you.
Guidance based on Medical Background
It is important to us that we treat every client with their medical background at the forefront. Your health and well-being inside and outside of our treatment rooms are essential to us. Hence why our consultations are centred around the use of medical knowledge to ensure suitability at all times.
Diagnosis & Treatment of Medical Concerns
Your consultation will allow our medical practitioners to diagnose and give advice on any conditions of a medical or nonmedical nature. For your safety and assurance, your concerns will be treated based upon what we have deemed fit for your circumstances.
Reliable & Experienced Practitioners
Our practitioners have had years of experience working in the field of Medicine and healthcare, most notably the NHS. Their length of service has equipped them with the tools to provide you with the best treatments and quality of care at all times.
Tailored Treatments for You
We offer a wide range of high-quality treatment options to cater to the needs of every client. All treatment options put forward to you have been well thought out, to provide optimum results based on your in-depth, initial consultation.
With our multi-technology platforms for the face and body, our equipment offers fantastic results with a bespoke and prescriptive approach to you individual needs.
Acne is a common skin condition that is caused by a build-up of oil, dead skin cells, dirt, and bacteria from the skin clog hair follicles. This condition can be present on any part of the body, most notably the face, chest, and back. Acne can range from being mild to extremely severe and can appear in various forms across individuals.
Excess body fat is a common concern among different demographics of people. Aside from cosmetic concern, it can indicate abnormalities in the body and even increase the risk of other disease and health problems. Body fat can increase due to many varying factors. There are genetic, behavioural, metabolic and hormonal factors that can affect the body's storage of fat.
Stretch marks are a form of scarring that results from the skin rapidly stretching over time. It causes the collagen and elastin, which support the skin and maintains its elasticity, to tear. As a result, stretch marks may result during the skin's healing process. Stretch marks are very common and can occur among men and women of all ages.