At FTT Skin Clinics we are pleased to have some of the most experienced practitioners within the industry working with us across our clinics in Hamilton and Inverness.

It is important for anyone undertaking treatment that they do their research thoroughly and select the right clinic and the right practitioner. Here are some of the practical things you can do.

  • Check that the Clinic you have selected is registered with Healthcare Improvement Scotland.
  • Check that your practitioner has the appropriate qualifications and training.
  • Check the experience level of the practitioner (How many treatments they have done)
  • If you are getting an injectable treatment – which products are being used.

Don’t be afraid to ask these questions… you have a right to know these things before undertaking treatment.


Find out more about our team

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Frances works full time as an Advanced Medical Practitioner, she is also a Consultant Cosmetic Nurse. Frances qualified as a general nurse, RGN from the Highland College of Nursing in 1986 and as a psychiatric nurse, RMN from the Royal Bethlem and Maudsley Hospitals in London in 1990.

Frances is one of the busiest medical injectors in Scotland and was  recently featured in Tatler magazine.

Frances is one of the top skin specialists in Glasgow and has been a leader in this speciality of Aesthetic Medicine for over 10 years and is regarded as one of the most skilled and experienced medical aesthetic practitioners in the UK and is on the board of the British Association of Cosmetic Nurses (BACN).

With over 25 years experience within the NHS, Frances is passionate about aesthetics and the joy the results can yield.  “It’s not about vanity, it’s about the confidence that our aesthetic treatments can give back.”

Carol is an aesthetic nurse has more than 15 years experience in specialist lasers and injectable treatments. Previously Carol has worked at some on Glasgow’s leading clinics, such as SK:N in Glasgow City Centre where she worked for several years.

Carol is a fully qualified RGN and is one of the most experienced practitioners in Scotland with a focus on injectables and is able to offer an extensive range of specialist treatments in this area.

Alison’s interest in aesthetics began before she ventured into her nursing studies and it was one of the main motivators for her completing a BSc in adult nursing and registering as an RGN.

During her time studying Alison developed a passion for skin and wound care which she has decided to specialise in within her private practice.

Alison is now studying towards a Masters degree in Advanced Practice and is focusing on the topics that deliver effective person centred consultations. This allows Alison to conduct a holistic consultation with a patient/client ensuring that all of the possible factors influencing their concerns are addressed within the consultation process.