Cosmetic Clinic Brings Sci-Fi To Life
Wednesday, April 27th, 2011
on behalf of Sculpta cosmetic clinic
A forward-thinking cosmetic clinic has won headlines in Scotland’s best known quality newspaper for pioneering the use of a new treatment dubbed “spray on skin”.
The Scotsman reported how Sculpta Clinic in Glasgow has become the first centre in Scotland – and one of just six in the UK – to offer the treatment for burns and scarring victims.
In an extensive report in the globally-respected newspaper, its specialist health correspondent explained how the treatment is based on stem cell therapy to aid the healing process.
It works by taking a sample of skin cells from a concealed area of the body, usually the ear and harvesting them in a special solution. The solution is then sprayed on the affected area and covered with a dressing for seven days. It takes around one year to witness the full effects of the treatment.
Sculpta Clinic prides itself on being at the forefront of the latest cosmetic and beauty treatments and Dr Mohammed Ahmad, Sculpta’s Clinical Director was quoted extensively in the article.
Sculpta Clinic has outlets in both Edinburgh and Glasgow and provides a one stop shop for a range of cosmetic treatment including carboxytherapy, Botox, vaser liposuction, pain free hair removal and hair transplants.
The full article can be read on The Scotsman’s website and was secured as part of a sustained PR and social media campaign carried out by Holyrood PR.
If your business could use this kind of massive profile boost, why not contact the expert team at Holyrood PR to discuss what is possible?
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