An aesthetics clinic returns to Claire Davies Hairdressing in Uckfield on Friday, September 20.
Foxwood Clinic will be visiting on the first floor of the salon at 9 Bell Walk and appointments can be made by calling 01825 769699.
The clinic is run by Craig Wood who served in the NHS for many years, most recently as a divisional director in a London Trust.
He was the first ‘modern matron’ for A&E and the acute admissions unit at PFI Hospital, UCL. He practiced and qualified in Western Australia, and trained doctors, nurses, and dentists, to practice at expert level aesthetic medicine before setting up Foxwood Clinic.
Craig was involved in receiving patients into acute admissions unit on the day of the London bombings in 2007 and since then because of his dedication has been presented to the Princess Royal and has met Tony Blair. He has also kept in touch with some of the major incident patients from the bombing.
Craig’s work includes helping to re-balance facial symmetry and he is trained in specialist skincare products to improve skin tone and radiance. The clinic undertakes entire anti-aging programmes.
Claire Davies, owner of Claire Davies Hairdressing, said this was a new venture for the salon and it would be run completely separately from the hairdressing business.
Read more on the Foxwood Clinic website or speak to booking manager Claire Rubenstein on 07397 865747.
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