Dr. Ophelia Veraitch, award-winning Consultant Dermatologist

Dr. Ophelia Veraitch, award-winning Consultant Dermatologist

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Dr. Ophelia Veraitch attracts clients to her Harley Street Practice from across the globe including well-known celebrities and several Royal families for the professional treatment of skin and hair conditions as well as aesthetic concerns. As a trusted voice in the industry, Dr. Veraitch represents the UK on the L’Oréal Paris International Board of Dermatologists.

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IN THE NEWS: Femina.in

IN THE NEWS: Femina.in

Surprising Uses Of Hyaluronic Acid That You Don’t Know But Should   

Consultant Dermatologist Dr Ophelia Veraitch talks to Femina about the benefits of Hyaluronic acid. For those who don’t know, besides serums, hyaluronic acid is also available in the form of supplements and injectables plus makes for a key ingredient in many creams, lotions and hair care products too.

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IN THE NEWS: Mirror.co.uk

IN THE NEWS: Mirror.co.uk

Expert-approved tips to thicken and grow fine hair and mistakes you are making   

Exclusively interviewed by the Mirror, Dr Ophelia Veraitch, Consultant dermatologist and founder of Dr Ophelia Comsecutical Skin and hair, has shared her top tips to help you on your hair growth journey. Find out what we could be doing wrong and things we can do to boss that hair growth.

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IN THE NEWS: Express.co.uk

IN THE NEWS: Express.co.uk

Allergy symptoms: The signs on your skin you could have a clothing allergy    

Exclusively interviewed by the Express, Consultant Dermatologist Dr Ophelia Veraitch discusses the signs that your clothing could be causing a skin allergy. From synthetic fibres such as nylon, polyester and spandex and the impact of the seasons, Dr Veraitch also highlights the main symptoms to look out for and how to ease them.

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