Appearance Based Medicine Ltd Profile Page

49-51 Dean Street
Marlow
Bucks
SL7 3AA
01628 303020

Clare McLoughlin has been a general nurse since 1988 and is an Independent Nurse Prescriber and advanced procedure aesthetic nurse and trainer with more than 16 years experience in the aesthetic field.

As a recognised aesthetic trainer, Clare is known for her professional approach and skill in the field of aesthetics and has appeared on a number of television programmes performing injectable aesthetic treatments.

After working as a practitioner for Transform Medical group 2001-2003, Clare started her own business - Appearance Based Medicine - in 2004, to enable her to provide the highest level of patient care and satisfaction.

Clare has been an advanced techniques trainer in Botulinum toxin treatments and Skin fillers for National Cosmetic Courses since 2004.

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Exposure to UVA and UVB rays ‘speeds up’ the visible signs of ageing ...

Welcome to Spring!  As I write this, the beautiful British Spring Weather is battering the daffodils and cherry blossom outside, so I know that thoughts of sunshine and warm days seem a long way away.  However, it’s time for me to gently remind you all to wear SPF all year round, ev [...] Read Full Article


Tips on Skincare whilst undergoing treatment for Cancer

I've been thinking again about the #UniteForCancer campaign that was widely promoted last month. This blog is designed to provide a little advice and guidance on skincare during and post-treatment for Cancer.  For many of us, our outward appearance is the physical armour that we wear every day [...] Read Full Article


Some Pre-Wedding Skincare Advice - if you're getting married this year!

Congratulations! What an exciting time for you. If you’re getting married this year, your to-do list for the year is probably fairly extensive already, so I'm really sorry to add another thing to your list!  I’m sure you have already booked your hair and makeup for your special day [...] Read Full Article


A vote of ‘no confidence’ for trainers of non-medical Beauticians

Last week, at a conference run by the Journal of Aesthetic Nurses, the Medical Aesthetic practitioners and Independent Nurse Prescribers attending the event voted unanimously on two issues: 1.) to support the motion that the delegates had no confidence that the public is being properly informed or [...] Read Full Article


Tudor beauty tips … some things really are best left to the history books!

Sometimes, after a hard day at work, a simple beauty routine like ‘cleanse’ and ‘moisturise’ can seem like two steps too long. Applying make-up in the morning can be a real chore too, but at least modern cosmetics are safe and designed to be relatively simple to apply. Imagin [...] Read Full Article


Trust Me, I’m a Nurse

Did you see in the news recently the results of Ipsos Mori’s annual ‘Veracity Index’ (investigating the general public’s perceived trust of the truthfulness and honesty of various professions) which was released at the beginning of December?  The report is an interesting [...] Read Full Article


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