Leading cosmetic medicine and aesthetic clinic based in Essex.

Making the decision to undergo an aesthetic treatment isn’t one that comes lightly. Many of our clients have been researching for years, asking friends for recommendations and looking online for reviews and testimonials. It’s important to not only find the right treatment that will achieve the results you want, but also to find the right practitioner – someone who is medically qualified, insured and can offer friendly, no-pressure advice to put you at ease.

Finding the Right Fit

Many people worry they will feel rushed into a treatment that isn’t right for them by a professional who is more concerned about making money than about their client’s best interests.

That’s not how we work at Stirling Aesthetics. We always look at treatments from the point of view of what is best for the patient, so will never try to push a treatment that you do not need or want. Any treatment we recommend is tailored specifically to your needs, and we make the time to answer all of your questions, explain the procedure, risks and benefits and aftercare, and give you the time you need to reflect and make the decision that is right for you.

Patient Safety is Fundemental

It is of paramount importance that we practice patient safety right from the first contact. We make sure that any risks or side effects associated with treatments are made explicitly clear; we ensure that every patient is clear on all treatment options available to them; and most importantly, we carry out a thorough assessment during the initial consultation process to determine which treatments are suitable for the patient, and which are not. 

Should we feel that a patient is seeking a certain treatment that we do not think is an appropriate post-assessment, we as medical professionals, refuse to perform any such procedure.

Johanna Stirling

RMN, BSc, Clinical Director

Following completion of a Bachelor of Science degree in 2015 and qualifying as a Mental Health Nurse, Johanna was eager to continue to educate herself in fields of interest. She progressed quickly into aesthetics and over the years has trained in many courses with some of the country’s finest, from Harley street London to Facetheaesthics in Liverpool. She loved the non-surgical aspect to enhancing people’s lives and helping them achieve a better version of themselves. 

Johanna has worked independently for a number of years, but in 2020 created Stirling Aesthetics to progress further and offer a wider range of treatments for many needs. 

Johanna is a member of the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC), ACE Complications Management Group and insured by Hamilton Fraser. Johanna regularly attends company training days and conferences to maintain best practice and also currently completing her teacher training to educate other within the field of aesthetics.

Hamilton Fraser
Aesthetic Complications Expert
Nursing and Midwifery Council
Aesthetics Journal