JH Skincare Clinic

IPL Laser, Electrolysis, Medik8® Peel, lightfusion™, Dermatosis Papulosa Nigra, Skin Tags, and Red Veins in London

137 Kirkdale, Sydenham, London SE26 4QJ

T: 020 8699 1998
E: info@jhskincareclinic.co.uk

Breast Cancer Care

For all our safety, we have decided to close our clinic and will be back when it is safe for us all to be in contact again.

If you have treatments already planned with us, we would love to see you at a later date so please call to reschedule: 07973 138 768.

If you would like to purchase home care products, please use our online shop or alternatively, call: 07973 138 768.

Please stay safe and calm in your home and practice social distance of at least 2 metres in order to save lives.

We look forward to seeing you again soon.

About Cosmeceuticals and Cosmetics

Cosmetic Products

Cosmetic products are creams and lotions which are used topically for cleansing and skincare regimes, and only deliver their ingredients to the uppermost layer of the skin’s Epidermis. They have a very low concentration of active ingredients and can be bought over the counter on any high street. Examples of Cosmetic products are: Liz Earle, Clinique, Lancôme and Estée Lauder.

Cosmeceutical Products

Cosmeceutical products have medical and pharmaceutical benefits that cosmetic products cannot provide, as they are applied to the deeper, innermost layers of the epidermis, and are highly effective for the treatment of acne, acne Roseacea, pigmentation, cholasma and dehydration. Cosmeceutical products should always be prescribed by a Skincare Therapist or a Dermatologist. Examples of these include Elizabeth Arden Pro and PRIORI® Skincare