About Fresh Faces
Medical Aesthetic clinic offering a range of medical grade skin rejuvenation and anti ageing treatments.
Fresh Faces has patient safety and welfare at the core of its practice. Treatments are prescribed and only administered after a full consultation with one of our independent prescribing nurses. The focus is to help you understand the underlying causes of what concerns you and treat accordingly. Different people will present with different worries, problems and concerns the key is understanding the most appropriate prescription of treatment for you whilst ensuring optimum natural results.Our patients tend not to want anyone to know that they have treatment, they want to address their issue without looking like anything has been done.
Helen started her nursing career over 36 years ago qualifying as a general nurse in 1987 and midwife in 1996. Upon qualifying she staffed at Clatterbridge in the regional cancer centre. Latterly she worked in General Practice as a practice nurse and also as a midwife on labour ward. Helen qualified as an Independent Nurse prescriber in 2009 and has extensive experience working autonomously, assessing, diagnosing and prescribing.
Helen made the moved into the Aesthetic Medicine in 2008 . Helen was responsible for setting up and running the nurse led aesthetics clinic at Spire Hospital, Liverpool for 4 years. Helen has been actively involved with the British Association of Cosmetic Nurse (BACN) setting up the North West regional group and The Northern Association of Aesthetic Practitoners (NAPG). She regularly attends meetings, participates in on going training and invests in her continuing professional education and development. Motivated by patient safety and safety of practitioners she has always been active in trying to improve standards, good practice and sharing knowledge. Helen is also one of the Nurse advisors on the Save Face Advisory Board. . Helen is one of only a small number of practitioners in Aesthetic medicine with a recognised qualification in the speciality, she holds a post graduate certificate in cosmetic medicine and has been a mentor for the Northumbria University Masters course in Cosmetic Medicine.
Cheryl has been nursing for over 22 years qualifying in 2001 with experience in accident and Emergency as well as cardiology. Cheryl moved into Aesthetic Medicine in 2006 and has spent most of her career working for the large national clinics, Cheryl completed her prescribing qualification in 2012. As well as assessing, diagnosing and prescribing treatment Cheryl has also been involved with training and development of fellow professionals up and down the country. Cheryl is also a member of British Association of Cosmetic Nurses.
Lisa has been nursing for nearly 40 years with extensive experience in medicine and specifically renal medicine. Lisa is not a prescriber so tends to administer non injectable treatments prescribed by either Helen or Cheryl.
Fresh Faces is a registered Save Face clinic and was the first clinic in Liverpool to be accredited. Save Face assess each and every practitioner and the premises from which they operate against a rigorous set of standards that measure the performance and suitability required to achieve Save Face Accreditation. This means you can be sure that Fresh Faces Medical Aesthetics staff are properly regulated, appropriately insured, qualified and practicing correctly and out of appropriate clinic premises. With the advent of the internet the supply of medicines has been compromised. Save Face check to make sure that all our supplies come from legitimate Pharmacies.
In 2017 Fresh Faces was when Helen was awarded Aesthetic Nurse of the year.