Mrs Maggie Gardner is a Aesthetic Nurse at Ashtead Hospital in Surrey who specialises in non-surgical cosmetic treatments.
Maggie Gardner is an Aesthetic Lead Nurse Specialist and specialises in the following:
She specialises in and offers the following treatments:
Intense Pulsed Light Treatment (IPL) – excellent for treating facial veins, haemangiomas, acne rosacea, sun damage and pigmentation.
Microsclerotherapy – treatment for thread veins, using a sclerosant to destroy broken capillaries on the legs.
Pellevé (radiofrequency) - this treatment uses radio frequency to warm the skin at a deep level to encourage collagen production.
Microdermabrasion - useful for giving the skin a very deep clean.
Oxygen facial - A very pleasant treatment which rehydrates and rejuvenates the skin and is often used in conjunction with other treatments.
Laser Hair Removal - Maggie also now offers laser hair removal. She provides a free consultation and test patch to ensure suitability before treatment commences.
Maggie Gardner qualified as a State Registered Nurse in 1979.
With a background in intensive care, surgical nursing and accident and emergency, she took a Ward Sister’s post at the newly opened Ashtead Hospital.
Later, she moved to the Outpatients Department and started a Microsclerotherapy service with a Consultant Vascular Surgeon.
Visiting hospitals and clinics in America and Europe ensures the clinics are kept abreast of the times.