So Aesthetics has opened a new clinic in Cheltenham in a move which promises future jobs for the town.
The specialist in skincare, anti-wrinkle, anti-ageing and both surgical and non-surgical treatments has invested £50,000 in new equipment and interior upgrades to open its new clinic on Montpellier Walk.
The company, which is owned by respected medical director Doctor Matthew Davis and registered nurse Nicola Kitchin, also plans to deliver more jobs in the next 12 months – building on the appointment of advanced medical aesthetics expert, Ange Garside, who will help lead the new clinic in Cheltenham.
Since launching the business almost five years ago, So Aesthetics has gone on to provide aesthetics treatments for thousands of customers from across the UK.
Doctor Davis said: “We have worked tirelessly to build a strong and trusting reputation for providing medical and cosmetic aesthetic procedures in a safe and secure clinical environment.
“Cheltenham is an area we know really well and we have made a significant investment as we are keen to replicate the success we’ve had at our other clinics in Worcestershire. We also have a large number of customers spread across the Cotswolds so the new Montpellier clinic makes our team and treatments far more accessible.
“The feedback from people here in Cheltenham has been superb so far and we look forward to helping more people in the months and years ahead.”
The new clinic includes two treatment rooms and a reception space with the team providing treatments including hydrafacials, lip and cheek fillers, nose-reshaping, full face rejuvenation, as well as mole, cyst and skin tag removal.
The new clinic is above Montpellier hair and beauty salon, Blushes, at 16-17 Montpellier Walk.
So Aesthetics, which has its Worcestershire clinics in Worcester and Bewdley, was a finalist in the national 2021 Aesthetics Awards.