Emma grew up in New Zealand, she studied health sciences at University in both Auckland and Christchurch and qualified with a bachelors degree in 2006. She then embarked on a successful career as a radiographer, working at specialist centres in New Zealand, Australia and the UK. Relocating to the London allowed Emma to embark on a new chapter of her working life. Her research at university had led to her become a passionate advocate for healthy lifestyle choices, and in particular the importance of skin health, she translated this passion into training and added vocational qualifications beauty therapy (NVQ level 3) and aesthetics to her health sciences degree. At L’Atelier Aesthetics Emma leads our skin care programme development and is particularly skilled in skin peels and microneedling. More recently she has also undergone training in mesotherapy, which is an area she feels can really complement her other areas of expertise.
L'atelier Aesthetics is a skin clinic located on the world famous Harley Street in Marylebone, Central London. From this state-of-the-art clinic, they perform some of the most advanced and effective aesthetic and well-being treatments including Dermal Fillers, Mesotherapy, Skin Peels, Cosmetic Injectables, Nonsurgical Face Lifts and much more.
The team believe that there is a better and more informed approach to anti-ageing treatments. The methodology is a holistic one which builds around the importance of skin health and the fact that it is infinitely linked to general well-being and fitness. An investment in all of these areas if you want to look and feel more youthful so that you can live life to the full.
Their focus is on effectively integrating aesthetics and lifestyle. To help you make informed choices they utilise not only the most advanced aesthetic techniques but also expert advice on nutrition and fitness. Ultimately, they're committed to improving your health and skin from deep inside rather than simply making surface changes.
The clinic can be found on Harley Street on the corner of New Cavendish Street and is serviced by a number of London Underground stations including Oxford Circus and Regent's Park.