My Face Laser Clinic

A Wide Variety Of Skin Laser Treatments And Skin Rejuvenation are Available. Medical – Cutera Lasers – Bladwin: Aqua3 Microabrasion And Cryolipolysis Cool Sculpting

My Face Laser Clinic is a dedicated Cutera Laser Clinic situated in our My Face Aesthetics Clinic in Bolton specialising in medical and non medical skin rejuvenation.

Cutera Laser Skin Treatments
Cutera is the gold standard in FDA Approved Medical lasers our system delivers exceptional results to patients seeking laser hair removal to skin rejuvenation, all in the luxury surroundings of a modern clinic.
For over 20 years, we have worked in some of the UK’s leading aesthetic, plastic surgery and laser clinics. For more information or to book a FREE CONSULTATION

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The laser clinic has Cutera FDA-approved medical lasers for effective hair removal on all skin types and skin colours - even darker skins

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  • Monday09:00 AM - 05:00 PM
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