Our Medical Team

Our highly experienced medical team will ensure you have a comfortable and professional experience at the Cranley Clinic.

Davinia

Davinia gained her Bachelor of Nursing Degree and qualified as an RGN from Oxford Brookes University in 2004.  She has been a cosmetic dermatology nurse since 2006 working alongside Dr Nick Lowe and undertakes all treatments here at the clinic as well as injecting Botox and Dermal Fillers. She runs Dr Lowe’s Melasma, Acne and Rosacea clinics and does patient consultations. 

She undertakes a variety of treatments including, Fraxel Re:Store, Fraxel Dual, IPL, Laser Hair Removal, Coolsculpting, Intracel,Thermage, Chemical Peels, Dermasweep and acne surgery and also works alongside Dr N. Lowe.     

Havva

Havva qualified in 2002 with a City & Guilds Level 3 and VTCT Holistic Therapies Diploma. She joined the Clinic in 2006 as a Medical Aesthetician and is committed to providing an excellent, professional service at all times.

She undertakes a variety of treatments including, Fraxel Re:Store, Fraxel Dual, IPL, Laser Hair Removal, Coolsculpting, Intracel,Thermage, Chemical Peels, Dermasweep and acne surgery and also works alongside Dr N. Lowe.     

She is our Clinical Research Co-ordinator and is responsible for organising the aesthetic research projects undertaken at the Cranley Clinic.   

Bushra

Bushra joined the Cranley Clinic in Feburary 2000  as a Medical Aesthetician.  She is a dedicated medical aesthetician, who has passion for skin, a good knowledge and experience in the aesthetic field, and is an expert in advising the patients about there skincare regime. She graduated from Steiner School of Beauty with CEBTAC Degree and has over thirteen years experience. 

She undertakes a variety of treatments including Fraxel Re:Store, Fraxel Dual, IPL, Laser Hair Removal, Coolsculpting, Intracel, Thermage, Chemical Peels, Venus Freeze/Legacy, ND Yag, DermaSweep and acne surgery as well as assisting the doctors in clinic. Furthermore she does Patient Consultations and plays a supporting role in research projects.