If I live in Europe, is there anyone you would recommend?

Hi, I write to you from London UK. I am in my 30's but due to the nature of my work need to look at youthful possible due to hd cameras and just the industry itself...i have found after losing weight that my face looks flatter, dark circles are more apparent and lack of volume in cheeks. I want something that can also be used in my chin if left over or lips. London is very pricey, who would you recommend in Europe...? Your advice is so appreciated, thanking you, S x

Thank you for writing and you bring up some things I’ve been wanting to say.   First of all, one of our goals here at SkinTour this year is to expand the resource guide for good doctors from the U.S. to be more global.   So please look for more European and Asian referrals in the spring.

Also, I try to recommend doctors and clinics who I know are well trained and who tend to go to international conferences also.  But having said that, it doesn’t mean you will be guaranteed a good experience because we are all individuals and even excellent doctors and their staffs may fail to meet your expectations at times.

Here are some tips to help you find a good dermatologist.

You might try Dr. Said Hilton’s practice in Dusseldorf and good luck to you.   Dr. I

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