Aesthetics of Essex opens new Rayleigh clinic with more treatments

PUBLISHED: 17:29 08 October 2018 | UPDATED: 17:29 08 October 2018

Director Amanda Stokes

Director Amanda Stokes


Aesthetics of Essex is excited to announce the opening of its new state-of-the-art clinic in Rayleigh. AESTHETICS OF ESSEX RAYLEIGH

The renowned and successful Upminster clinic is expanding to offer its services to a new clientele in the Rayleigh, Leigh, Chalkwell, Westcliff and Southend areas.

Not only will it offer its wide range of treatments which include anti-aging and laser treatments, dermal fillers, facial peels, line and wrinkle treatments, microdermabrasion, and fast tattoo removal but it will also be offering a range of new treatments.

The new treatments include vitamin IV drip treatment, colonic irrigation, a slimming and weight loss clinic and semi-permanent eyebrows.

Aesthetics of Essex’ Upminster clinic has become a popular and respected local alternative to the Harley Street clinics since it launched in 2012 and director Amanda Stokes says the Rayleigh clinic will also offer those high standards of service.

She said: “We are delighted to offer our services in a new area. It’s a way of offering people living in Essex the kind of treatments that you usually have to travel into central London to get,” she said.

“It’s been very successful so far, with many customers returning and recommending us to their friends.”

Aesthetics of Essex has won the customer service award, following numerous positive reviews online and runs free consultations with a leading Harley Street cosmetic surgeon.

The new venue is offering customers who buy a course of laser hair removal treatments, a £50 voucher towards other treatments for themselves or a family member.

The clinic will also offer fast state-of-the-art skin tag and wart removal, as well as Plexr, a non-surgical plasma treatment to remove and tighten skin around the eyelids.

The clinic will be regulated by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) and all staff are highly trained and qualified with a wealth of industry experience.

Amanda says safe-practice and customer service, are hugely important to her: “We abide by government guidelines of safe practice and only use clinically proven safe products. All of our therapists are trained to the highest standard, with experienced nurses with a commitment quality. It’s important that our clients know they are in safe hands. Everything is carried out in a safe clinical environment.”

The industry is often associated with women, but Aesthetics of Essex has seen an increasing number of male customers. “We get a fair few men now coming in for all sorts of treatments. We treat everybody as an individual and we cannot change the process of aging but we can help to slow the effects down. If you look good, you feel good and that’s what Aesthetics of Essex is about, making people feel good about themselves”

Aesthetics of Rayleigh is at 349 Eastwood Road, Rayleigh. Visit for more information or call 01702 831200.

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