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 BEWARE FAKE BOTOX NOW ENTERING THE U.K

 

 

Please be aware that if clinics are offering 'cut price' treatments there is usually a catch! It has come to my notice that some practitioners are opening a pre filled syringe of filler and using half on a client then the syringe is recapped and the remaining contents used later on another client. This practise is dangerous as once the cap is removed from the syringe the product is then unsterile - meaning certain clients are having an unsterile product injected into them and this of course can result in infection and possibly the end result - scarring.

ALWAYS CHECK THAT WHEN THAT SYRINGE IS PREPARED FOR YOU IT IS REMOVED FROM SEALED PACKAGING AND IF THERE IS ANY PRODUCT LEFT OVER IT IS DISCARDED IN AN APPPROPRIATE LICENCED CONTAINER.

Christine Springer - Clinic Manager


"There are a few associations 'springing up' who claim to be overseeing the cosmetic surgery industry for 'the safety of the general public' who also say that 'only go to a cosmetic surgeon/injector who is a member of their organisation' I have looked at these 'associations' and find that most of them are only interested in clinics paying them registration fees and not looking into ethical motives behind the clinics. The main 'organisation' who look after the 'welfare' of the general public charge a massive fee for practitioners to be in their 'list' and this organisation happens to be a limited company which in itself obviously means a profit making organisation!!!

Many of these practitioners and large clinics who are have joined these organisations do so and pay a huge fee to be given 'free advertising' - some of them give bad treatments when they are not really necessary and offer the wrong advice. These practitioners, doctors, nurses, dentists attend a one day course, get a certificate then a couple of months later call themselves ' advanced practitioners!'

IT IS ALWAYS BETTER TO GO TO SOMEONE FROM PERSONAL RECOMENDATION RATHER THAN A LIST OF PEOPLE WHO ARE IN SOME ASSOCIATION OR OTHER

Christine Springer - Clinic Manager


Recenly there have been interviews on BBC and Sky T.V. with certain people who say that one should only go to a practitioner who is a member of their organisation otherwise you may get a bad treatment. This is very unfair for the smaller practitioner who would have to pay £1000 registration fee (the same fee as a large private hospital). Of course ALWAYS check that the practitioner you go to is a nurse or a doctor, but being a member of an organisation usually means nothing!

Christine Springer - Clinic Manager


Introducing the Brunel Medical Loyalty Card

Brunel Medical Loyalty Card

To thank you for your custom we have introduced our new Loyalty Card reward system. Collect 10 stamps for £100 off your next treatment.

This is how you get stamps:-

1 Stamp for every £100.00 spent

5 Stamps for recommending a friend*

1 Extra stamp when you visit during your birthday month

Recommended friend must have a treatment. Cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer or on a discounted treatment.

DONT FORGET WE ALSO OFFER GIFT VOUCHERS

BRUNEL MEDICAL FOR SPIDER VEINS ON LEGS AND FACE,THREAD VEIN ON LEGS AND FACE, SKIN PEELS,SCLEROTHERAPY,AND ALL COSMETIC TREATMENTS.


Infection Prevention Society (IPS) British Association of Sclerotherapists