treat any clients under
the age of 18.
Speciality: Cosmetic Dermatology, Full non-surgical face lifts and Lip Augmentation
Come and see me at: Manchester – Thursday’s until 8pm
Jan Birch is a registered General Nurse, and a specialist in Dermatology. She studied at University of Salford and Liverpool John Moores University, and qualified with a 1st class Bachelors of Science degree with Honours. Jan also holds a diploma in Nursing, and a Post Graduate Certificate in Pharmacy and Chemistry Master of Science – clinical research.
Jan has been a Nurse for 35 years and spent 18 years in Aesthetic Medicine. She is an expert in the use of Photodynamic therapy for the treatment of skin cancers and cosmetic dermatology; and has worked in Europe alongside a team of leading dermatologists, and continues to have a keen interest in treating uneven skin tone and pigmentation.
Her accreditation’s include runner-up Business Women of the Year 2010 and the Quality Award – Speciality treatments in 2001. Jan is a member of the Royal Collage of Nursing Midwifery Council, Save Face, Association of Dermatology Nurses and the Association of nurse prescribers.
Her specialities include –
- Cosmetic Dermatology
- Minor Surgery
- Full non-surgical face lifts – Temples, jawlines, neck, chin, Tear trough and cheek augmentation
- Lip Augmentation
- Non-surgical Rhinoplasty
- Advanced Botulinum toxin – Nefertiti, masseter, migraine
- Hyperhidrosis – Axilla and Planter/palmer
Nurse Jan is an advanced practitioner specialising the use of dermal fillers and toxins for facial rejuvenation. Her key area of interest is the Non-Surgical Facelift procedure. This revolutionary anti-wrinkle injection technique uses dermal fillers to improve volume across a range of facial areas, giving her clients subtle natural-looking improvement to volume to help regain youthfulness.
Q&A with Jan Birch
Q: What are you interests?
A: Pilates, dog walking, fitness, holidays and shopping.
Q: What is your favourite treatment and why?
A: Non-surgical enhancements using a combination of treatments to enhance how patients look and feel.
Q: What do you enjoy most about your job?
A: Patient interaction and patient satisfaction.
Q: What advice you would give to someone considering injectable treatments?
A: Do your homework and ensure that you go to a fully qualified and experienced practitioner. Have a full consultation and be confident with the person you are having treatment. It is important you receive an adequate treatments plan to achieve your expectations.