Edinburgh-based Dermal Clinic has been shortlisted for an impressive total of three plaudits at the MyFaceMyBody Awards 2016, which reward the top cosmetic, aesthetic and dentistry talent across the UK.
Now, the Church Hill Place clinic is in the running for the coveted Best Aesthetic Practice North, Best Non-Surgical Makeover and Best Practice Manager awards.
Jackie Partridge, who founded and has managed Dermal Clinic alongside her husband Jarrod since 2007, adds the well-deserved nominations to an already impressive list of accolades.
To date, the clinic has picked up more than 20 awards, including Silver in the Best Clinic in the UK at the Aesthetic Awards, and Jackie herself was named Best Cosmetic Nurse at the 2015 Scottish Medical Cosmetic Awards and awarded Bronze at the 2015 Aesthetic Awards for Best Aesthetic Nurse Practitioner in the UK.
Jackie said: “We’re absolutely thrilled to be nominated for a fantastic three awards at this year’s MyFaceMyBody Awards.
“At Dermal Clinic, we aim to provide a wide range of services to suit every individual and we work hard to provide the highest quality and safest customer care possible.
“That’s why it is so pleasing and a real honour to have our efforts recognised in this way.
“We are delighted to be able to be a part of the event and to celebrate all the excellent work that is happening in the aesthetic and cosmetic industry.”
As well as being shortlisted for numerous accolades, Cosmetic nurse Jackie is also in demand for her expertise in the sector – in April she presented and demonstrated to 350 doctors, nurses and dentists at an Aesthetics Academy held at the Royal College of Physicians in London.
Dermal Clinic is one of Scotland’s leading cosmetic clinics with a team of high quality professionals dedicated to provide expert care for the face and body. It specialises in providing expert advice, solutions and services – covering plastic surgery consultations, weight loss, facial aesthetics and beauty treatments – to help clients feel better about themselves, including treatments unique to Scotland.