Medical aesthetics business, Skin Deep Clinic, has moved into larger premises on Battlefield Enterprise Park, Shrewsbury.
Owned and run by Nurse Prescriber, Wendy Hartwig RGN NIP, Skin Deep Clinic has been
providing non-surgical cosmetic treatments since 2013. Despite the rollercoaster of the
pandemic, which saw the business opening, closing and re-opening, Wendy’s loyal customer base and word of mouth helped ensure continued growth. This led to her decision to take on the lease at Block B, Knights Court.
The new ground floor premises contain a large reception and waiting area, main treatment room and two further rooms, which Wendy is looking to rent out to businesses that complement the services which Skin Deep Clinic provides. There is plenty of free parking right outside, making the clinic easily accessible.
A fourth room in the new clinic is now occupied by Wendy’s colleague, Mitch Wappner, who has brought her expertise and qualifications to provide a person-centred counselling service. Mitch can help adults formulate strategies to better deal with a range of emotional issues.
Wendy Hartwig said: “The new clinic represents a new chapter, and a rewarding one after
everything the industry went through. It’s lovely to be back helping patients again. Due to
increased demand, Skin Deep Clinic will also soon be offering additional cosmetic treatments. Watch this space!”
Wendy is an accredited member of the Government-approved register for non-surgical cosmetic practitioners, Save Face. Skin Deep Clinic is proud to perform skin rejuvenation treatments of the highest quality in what is, sadly, still an unregulated industry. Wendy has seen time and time again the damage and pain that can be caused when treatments have been performed by underqualified and poorly trained people.
Wendy continued: “My clinic is all about putting patients’ health first. Everything starts with a consultation, where I assess whether someone is suitable for treatment. It is their opportunity to ask as many questions as they like, so they know they are in the safest of hands.”