Radio Verulam are delighted to announce that premier skincare specialists The Skin To Love Clinic are now sponsoring our new Sunday morning breakfast show.
Listen out for interviews and podcasts and rumour has it that Jonny may get a makeover?!
Press Release -
St Albans based business The Skin to Love Clinic is thrilled to announce that it will be sponsoring Radio Verulam’s Good Morning St Albans…It’s Sunday show hosted by Jonny Seabrook. 92.6FM Radio Verulam is a Hertfordshire based non-profit community radio station run by Verulam Community Radio Ltd run by over 80 volunteers. On the show, the multi-award-winning Skin to Love team, who offer medical solutions to dermatological problems, as well as non-surgical aesthetic treatments for cosmetic concerns will be providing monthly top tips on seasonal skincare issues and will talk about the market-leading and revolutionary skin treatments that the clinic offers.
“We are so pleased to be able to sponsor Radio Verulam’s Sunday show, we’re very proud of our St Alban’s radio station and we thought it would be a great way to celebrate our 6th year in business on Chequer Street.” said Kerri Lewis, Co-founder and Clinic Manager, The Skin to Love Clinic. “As we’re local people, we’ve always had a strong focus on our community, working with local schools providing charity prizes, we welcomed Miss Hertfordshire 2017 and Deputy Miss England, Rachel Pitman, to the Clinic helping to raise funds for local charity Keech Hospice Care and Cancer Research UK – so supporting Radio Verulam is a perfect fit – we can’t wait to be on air!” added Lewis.
Founded by St Albans-born mother and daughter duo Jane and Kerri Lewis, the Skin to Love Clinic prides itself on their team of extremely experienced and knowledgeable medical and cosmetic practitioners, as well as their ethos of investing in revolutionary skincare treatments and were one of the first of three clinics in the UK to offer the non-invasive NASA technology ByonikÒ, the world’s first laser to rejuvenate, repair and protect skin from inside the skin cells. Other recent additions to the Clinic’s portfolio include the winner of the Aesthetic Awards Product Innovation of the Year 2016 the ground-breaking Profhilo, a slow-release hyaluronic acid (HA) which is strategically placed onto the skin to plump, refresh and rejuvenate. And this month the clinic welcomes SuneKos, an injectable therapy which improves signs of skin ageing such as saggy, crepey skin and Winner of the Safety in Beauty Innovation and Pioneering award 2019.
“I’m looking forward to having The Skin to Love team on the show,” said Jonny Seabrook, presenter of Good Morning St Albans…It’s Sunday on Radio Verulam. “I’m fascinated to hear more about the skincare treatments the Clinic offers and might even pop along for a consultation and treatment myself, I’ll keep you posted, so listen out,” concluded Seabrook
About: The Skin to Love Clinic offers medical solutions to dermatological problems, as well as non-surgical aesthetic treatments for cosmetic concerns using innovative, market-leading and revolutionary treatments. Led by a team of medical and cosmetic experts, with over 100 years of knowledge and experience, the clinic has treated 6000 patients since it first opened its doors in 2013. The clinic offers a number of treatments including Byonik, Profhilo, SuneKos, Fraxel, Thermage, Clear + Brilliant to provide skincare solutions from age management, scarring, facial and leg red veins to stubborn pockets of fat. A full list of conditions and treatments can be found here.
The Clinic, which proudly employs its staff from Hertfordshire and worked with local traders when the building was originally renovated, is famous on St Albans High Street for its impressive and award-winning windows displays.
For more information or to talk to The Skin to Love Clinic please contact: www.theskintoloveclinic.co.uk