The aesthetics clinic capitalises on its market leader status by bringing the crème de la crème of aesthetics expertise to the high street
Harley Street Skin announced its dynamic new franchise operation that has been designed to establish a ‘best in class’ aesthetics community nationwide.
The initiative comes at a time when aesthetic treatments have never been so popular. According to the Market & Markets report, Medical Aesthetics Market Forecast to 2021, the aesthetics market is expected to increase at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 10.8 per cent increasing market value to £10.3bn, of which 78.9 per cent is attributed to medical clinics offering minimally invasive procedures such as thread lifts, botox and dermal filler.
Dr Khan, co-founder of Harley Street Skin said: “The aesthetics industry is experiencing an incredible boom at the present time and shows no sign of abating and the market for both non-invasive and invasive treatments is expanding across all ages and demographics. Harley Street Skin clinic is busier than ever with many of our clients travelling long distances for their treatments and procedures.
The current rise in demand in part stems from increased take-up amongst the male population and a soaring number of older people having procedures.
With strong forward growth in an expanding market, Harley Street Skin, which was established in 2006, is uniquely aligned to take advantage of the many opportunities ahead through its reputation for setting exemplary standards of care, the pioneering of minimally invasive procedures, and insights into the cosmetic market.
A closely guarded register of the clinic’s 39,000 clients reveals a roll-call of the country’s best loved celebrity names, including a number of A-list overseas visitors. Despite a daily association with the famous and elite, the luxurious clinic at 48 Harley Street offers a warm welcome to all comers, six days a week, offering the highest standards of professional care and access to leading experts in the field comprising surgeons, cosmetic doctors and aestheticians, nutritionists and psychologists.
The clinic, co-founded by skin and aesthetics power duo Dr Aamer Khan and his wife Lesley Reynolds, has won numerous awards including the ‘Skin Clinic of the Year’ for the second time by luxury lifestyle magazine LUXlife, as well as the Healthcare & Rehabilitation Award 2018, Heroes Award; the Best Documentary or TV series for Stitch me Lift me Tuck me on Sky Living; My Face, My Body Aesthetic Awards 2014 and the Best Budget Anti-Ageing Award 2017 for Harley Street Skincare’s Restorative Miracle Serum.
Dr Khan became a full-time cosmetic doctor in 2005 and has dedicated the past 17 years to perfecting anti-ageing skin treatments. Renowned for his finely-tuned aesthetic eye and his subtle approach to cosmetic enhancement, Dr Khan specialises in groundbreaking non-invasive treatments, focusing on the face and neck, and primarily designed to keep the surgeon’s knife at bay. Author of the bestseller Turn Back Time, Dr Khan is not only a renowned expert in anti-ageing treatments but a pioneer in regenerative medicine.
He said: “The team at Harley Street Skin have spent a lifetime working in the industry and are at the forefront of research and the most innovative treatments and techniques. It is this expertise that we wish to share with our new franchisees running Harley Street Skin clinics across the country.”
Dubbed ‘The Queen of Harley Street,’ Lesley Reynolds is a skincare and beauty expert and celebrity aesthetics consultant. “I am delighted that we can offer this franchise opportunity outside of central London because the need for professionally run clinics is great,” she said. “We will be providing full support including tailored training plans, guidance in site selection and business planning advice. It’s a total starting package, including the necessary software and supplier lists, so that franchisees can hit the ground running and have the confidence of being part of a multi-award-winning brand.
“Since Christmas, we have received 20 firm enquiries.”