About us

Here at Simply Fox Aesthetics we can offer men and women dermal fillers and wrinkle reducing injections carried out by one of our  fully trained and insured aesthetic practitioners, discreetly, in the comfort of our private tucked away country clinic.

We offer tattoo removal, electrolysis, benign lesion removal with diathermy or cryotherapy and ear syringing- many GP surgeries have now stopped offering this service as part of NHS cutbacks and the local ENT department currently has a 6 month waiting list for microsuction.

We also offer skin boosting treatments, microneedling and Plasma Pen skin tightening.

No one needs know you have had treatment unless you decide to tell them.

We also sell quality organic skincare and makeup from Neals Yard Remedies which can be ordered directly from our website HERE  Or from your practitioner at the time of your treatment.

Both our aesthetic practitioners are fully trained in all the procedures  offered by leading London cosmetic surgeons and we are continually adding to our skills and attending more training throughout the year, which will allows us to add to the treatments we offer, to help give you a more youthful look

Emma Arnold

RN, BSc, DN, INP, ANP, QN

I am a Registered Adult Nurse who has worked previously as a Community Nurse, District Nurse Team Leader, Clinical Nurse Specialist, Project Manager, Practice Nurse and currently as an Advanced Nurse Practitioner in general practice.

I have a Bsc degree in Clinical Practice and I am an Independent Nurse Prescriber.

I received the title of Queens Nurse in 2009 from the Queen Nursing Institute, for my contribution to high quality patient care in the community.

I am currently finishing my Msc Advanced Nurse Practioner Pathway (Level 7) at Southampton University, due for completion in 2018.

I have completed Aesthetic training in Dermal Fillers, Wrinkle Relaxing Injections and Local Nerve Infiltration (LNI) and Nerve Block (also known as a Dental Block) at Harley Street in London and advanced aesthetics training at the Royal College of General Practitoners (RCGP) in London. My training was provided by consultant cosmetic surgeons at recognised training venues. 

I have attended Advanced Botulinum and Filler training and also an Advanced Lip Filler Materclass. I am a member of the British Association of Cosmetic Nurses (BACN) and a registered practitioner with the Aesthetic Complications Expert Group (ACE). More information on the ACE group can be found at http://acegroup.online/

My Nursing and Midwifery Council Registration (NMC) can be checked online by visiting

https://www.nmc.org.uk/registration/search-the-register/

 

David Arnold

SR Para, Cert Mgmt, PRINCE2

I started a 30 year career within the NHS as a paramedic and paramedic trainer on the frontline. I then moved into clinical management and service development, managing the Isle of Wight Ambulance Service as the Director of Operations. More latterly I was an Associate Director at St Mary’s Hospital managing a diverse directorate of services including the Emergency Department, GP Walk-in Centre, Pharmacy, Diagnostic Imaging, Pathology, Chiropody, Medical Assessment Unit and District Nursing.

Following on from my career in the NHS, I spent a couple of years in consultancy between the private sector and the NHS on the development of health services and infrastructure.

Missing direct patient / client contact and as I wish to help people feel good about themselves and inspire self-confidence in their personal, social and professional lives, I decided to move into private aesthetic practice. I have trained as an Aesthetic Practitioner at the Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP) in London and continually look to develop my skills in this area.

I have attended Advanced Botulinum and Filler training and an Advanced Lip Masterclass. I have attended an Advanced Facial Masterclass course, which includes tear trough treatment, chin augmentation and non surgical rhinoplasty (non sugical nose job) training.

My Health and Care Professions Council Registration (HCPC) as a Paramedic can be checked at

http://www.hpc-uk.org/check/