Thursday, 20 June 2013
Please check out the TWO articles this month in South Warrington News - p5 AND p7 http://www.mpldigital.com/south-warrington-news/newspaper for our 6 year anniversary specialising in skin treatments, hair removal and sports injuries
Tuesday, 11 June 2013
Log onto http://www.mpldigital.com/south-warrington-news/newspaper to read our latest article (p5) and email email@example.com asap to book a spot in our Limited Place ArtDeco evening next week, less than 10 spaces available
Tuesday, 4 June 2013
South Warrington News
Welcome to ‘Skin Deep’ – This month’s feature looks at our ‘Skin Care in the Sun’.
Any questions, just ask Dr. Angie Winnington-Sharp – www.cheshireskinclinic.com firstname.lastname@example.org or 01925 263660 & 07967 481594. Next month – ‘FAQs’.
Well the sun is certainly making a bit of an appearance at the moment, much to most people’s delight. Sometimes, however, it’s easy to forget about looking after our skin in the sun when we’re not on holiday. It is vitally important to wear a daily Sun Protection Factor (SPF) to avoid premature ageing, redness, pigmentation and of course minimise the risk of skin cancer. The SPF doesn’t have to be high, for most people 15-25 is adequate, as long as it is reapplied on a regular basis. There are also a range of hydrating products that can be used to ensure that our skin remains supple and fresh. I recommend a specific range of products in the clinic including a rejuvenating lotion, moisturising protector, SPF and a medically formulated serum to maximise skin care and ward off any damage from the heat and light. At the same time improving the appearance, hydrating and protecting your skin. Skin care isn’t all about reactive repair, proactive protection is the key!
Cheshire Skin Clinic celebrates it’s 6th year anniversary this month - Cheshire Skin Clinic is run and owned by Dr. Angie Winnington. Angie has specialised in treatments incorporating pulsed light for clinical applications for a number of years and has a vast experience in training and education within this field, including work within private practice and the UK National Health Service. Angie’s personal qualifications stem from a Ph.D. in applied chemistry (specialising in medical and cosmetic formulations that have or are purported to have medicinal properties – cosme(tic) and (pharma)ceutical – cosmeceuticals), followed by a senior research fellowship at the University Hospital of Wales, Cardiff. Amongst her published work are a number of articles in the field of cosmeceuticals