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Lorna has had an interest in dermatology since her first staff nurse role in dermatology in 1987, she then joined the aesthetics arena in the early 1990′s.

As well as many years of delivering medical aesthetic procedures, Lorna has trained many doctors, nurses and dentists to administer basic and advanced fillers, toxins, dermal roller and peels. She has trained doctors in Europe on advanced dermal filler techniques and lectured regularly on aesthetic procedures and aesthetic business management.

Lorna was a member of the Royal College of Nurses Aesthetic Nurse Forum committee, a founder of the British Association of Cosmetic Nurses, and is a regular speaker at their conferences, most recently giving lectures on “The 20 year patient”, “Do No Harm” and “Consultation Skills in Aesthetic Practice”.
As Consultant Editor to the Journal of Aesthetic Nursing, Lorna Chaired the first conference to be held under the banner of the journal, Clinical Excellence in Aesthetic Medicine, in July 2012.

Her passion for skin health led her to set up AestheticSource to develop awareness of the genuine clinical data supporting NeoStrata, Exuviance, Aneva Derma, Skin Tech and Xxtralash.

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How do I get rid of blemishes?

Skin blemishes such as uneven pigmentation, visible pores and acne can cause considerable distress, often proving stubbornly resistant to treatment. In cases where skin blemishes are causing problems over a sustained period of time, it’s important to seek the advice of a specialist medical pro [...] Read Full Article


What are the alternatives to microdermabrasion?

Microdermabrasion is a gentle treatment that uses tiny crystals and a vacuum to remove dead cells from the skin’s surface. It’s commonly used to treat the appearance of fine lines and blemishes and the procedure usually takes around half an hour. The strength of microdermabrasion devices [...] Read Full Article


7 Tips for Glowing Skin

Radiant, glowing skin can be a sign of a healthy and balanced lifestyle, but pollution, the weather and even stress can make it hard to keep your skin looking its best. Just like any other organ, our skin works best when we look after it. A healthy skin care routine protects and nourishes your skin, [...] Read Full Article


Should I be using a chemical peel?

Chemical peels are liquid solutions which can be applied to skin to remove dead skin cells and promote regeneration and new cell growth.  They are used in the treatment of irregular pigmentation, acne scarring and to reduce facial lines by tightening the skin, and typically use trichloroacetic, [...] Read Full Article


6 Ways to Reduce Eye Bags

Puffy eyes and under-eye circles are often thought to be caused by lack of sleep and fatigue, but they can also be genetic or a sign of dehydration. If eye bags are genetic, surgery is the only effective treatment option available.  But if the result of a sleep deficit or ill-health, there are [...] Read Full Article


What skincare routine would you recommend?

Our skin works hard to keep us healthy, but every day brings new challenges and changes. A simple daily skincare routine can protect our skin and keep it looking and feeling good.  Unlike many cosmetic treatments, professional daily skincare works by treating the skin’s upper layer or epi [...] Read Full Article


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