The neck area can be subject to a number of issues such as sagging skin. As we age, our levels of collagen and elastin and fat stores reduce, particularly in the neck zone. This create...
Libbie Wallace RGN has a keen interest in facial harmonisation, addressing skin concerns and volume loss. She believes in a holistic approach; understanding your diet, lifestyle, exercise and medical history provides the foundation for developing a treatment plan to achieve the best results for you.
In 1993 she qualified as a registered general nurse from Curtin University of Technology in Australia, with a BSc (Nursing). After gaining many years of experience as a nurse, she began her career in Aesthetic Medicine in 2012, training under leading facial aesthetic experts in all aspects of medical aesthetics. In 2013 she qualified as an Independent nurse prescriber from London South Bank University and in 2018 she qualified with an MSc in Aesthetic Medicine from Queen Mary University London.
Libbie has an ongoing commitment to remaining at the forefront of aesthetic medicine and regularly updates her knowledge and skills by attending conferences and formal training. She is a full member of the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC), British Association of Cosmetic Nurses (BACN), Save Face and ACE.
Natural-looking results are the focus of the treatment plans Libbie develops, bespoke to each patient, using a combination of botulinum toxin, dermal fillers, skin boosters, skin resurfacing and medical skincare. Libbie’s skillful, friendly and honest approach ensures you are in safe hands.