An Altrincham skin clinic is rounding off 2018 by growing its team of professionals, to manage increasing demand.
InSkin, based in Kings Court, is a specialist team of doctors, nurses and clinical professionals providing a full range of skin treatments, from acupuncture to hair removal, to plasma soft surgery and fillers – the clinic even offers tattoos.
Tess White has just joined the busy team as a receptionist, while acupuncturist Melody Peters and reflexologist Tracey Roberts have also been appointed.
The company is owned by local lady Julie Johnson. A specialist transgender electrologist for Bupa, Julie had been providing dermatology skin treatments and electrology at various clinics for years until she set up the business with her tattooist and art teacher husband Graham in 2014 – and has seen it grow steadily ever since.
Julie explains: “Our strategy has always been to build up a strong loyal client base, by offering in-demand professional medical services, delivered by a really strong team, at the best possible prices.
“As word of mouth has spread, our clients have travelled from all over the Manchester area and beyond and we’ve found ourselves needing to grow and diversify our offering. We’re delighted to welcome Melody, Tracey and Tess and take our team to nine. We’ll be expanding again in the New Year.”
InSkin offers a suite of treatment rooms at its discreet Kings Court clinic. The company specialises in the effective treatment of skin disorders and blemishes, as well as hair removal and advanced cosmetic and aesthetic procedures. The in-house tattoo clinic, Inkedskin, offers watercolour, portraits, realism, bespoke and coverup designs.