Dr Rabia Malik is a Cosmetic Doctor and General Practitioner who qualified from GKT- Guy’s, King’s and St Thomas’ Medical School, King’s College, London in 2004. Since qualifying, she has worked at St Mary’s Hospital, Paddington and in General Practice in Notting Hill, prior to establishing her Aesthetic Medicine Practice in 2010. She continues to work part-time as a GP in the NHS. Dr. Malik has a special interest in skin and completed an attachment in dermatology at the prestigious Johns Hopkins Hospital, in the USA.
Dr Malik has a particular stance on skin rejuvenation and how to achieve the best results. She is dedicated to providing treatments that work with minimum downtime and maximum results.
She has turned her back on injectables (botox/filler) instead focusing on a holistic approach to achieve healthy, radiant, luminous skin, tackling ageing, acne, pigmentation and a whole host of other skin issues. Treatments include; chemical peels, Mesotherapy, Dermaroller, Combination Facial Treatments and Intraceuticals Oxygen Infusions to achieve the best skin possible for each patient.
Specialising in non-invasive, non-surgical treatments, Dr Malik provides a personal solution tailor-made to the individual's needs. Her focus is on bridging the gap between conventional beauty treatments and surgical procedures in order to provide skin solutions that work.
Whether you are looking to treat acne or hyperpigmentation, smooth lines and wrinkles or simply want advice on effective skin care and anti-aging nutrition, allow Dr Rabia Malik to create your ultimate bespoke skin solution.
Results Rx Eye Doctor is a liquid crystal serum that replenishes damaged, thinning skin around the eyes supporting the extra cellular matrix. Ingredients include Alpha Lipoic Acid, along with the repairing properties of copper peptides, plus 1% Retinol AGP complex and growth factors to stimulate collagen and elastin formation for lasting reduction of fine lines. It also contains coconut extract, a potent strengthening ingredient, delicate enough for sensitive eye tissue.
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