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The celebrity favourite since 2004
Since 2004, Harley Street Skin has been on speed dial to some of the world's highest flyers thanks to the expertise of cosmetic tour de force, Dr. Aamer Khan and wife Lesley Reynolds. With their flagship clinic based on the world’s most famous medical strip, Harley Street Skin quickly became a medical and cosmetic frontrunner, drumming up a pristine professional reputation and impressive roster of celebrity clients. The clinic was in fact so thriving that it gained the attention of television network, Sky, becoming the focus of hit documentary series Stitch Me, Lift Me, Tuck Me.
Offering an expansive range of both surgical and non-surgical treatments, Harley Street Skin are renowned worldwide for their cosmetic precision, expertise and minimally invasive techniques. From top of the line body sculpting treatments and cosmetic contouring to breast enhancement and discreet anti-ageing lifts, Harley Street experts offer the A-list experience from consultation through to aftercare.
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Everyday more of our patients share their success stories
Cystic Acne Treatment
Within a few months of treatment, I started going out again and even landed myself a brand new job...
I was very happy with the results. The jowls were gone, my jawline was more defined, and over the period of the...
Axillary Fat Removal
Dr Khan is a genius. My life has literally changed - I've honestly never felt as confident in my whole life...
I found that Dr Khan himself had a very calming energy, so I felt totally at ease and confident throughout...
Everyday more celebrities share their journeys
PDO Thread Lift
I hadn't realised how my jaw definition had gone and this is hard to say but… I had a double chin. It had to go...
Lower Face & Neck Lift
I was a little anxious on the day, but the practitioner was incredibly composed - unshakable actually...
Since the treatment it's been brilliant, just so happy. And the reactions have been incredible as well...
Men sometimes are like 'Oh no, just women go to have these treatments,' but it doesn't make you less male, or less masculine...