Cosmetic clinic to go to Exeter

11:38 21 December 2012

Dr Ros Debenham and Katie Debenham.

Dr Ros Debenham and Katie Debenham.

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A Budleigh Salterton cosmetic clinic will close and move to Exeter early next year.

South West Skin & Laser, currently in the grounds of Knowle House in Budleigh Salterton, has acquired the 125 year leasehold interest of an extensive suite in Augustus House, Exeter.

But they will continue to see clients in Budleigh before the new spa opens which is planned for mid-February 2013.

The business is run by mother and daughter team Dr Ros Debenham and Katie Debenham a qualified laser therapies.

They plan to the City-centre premises into a new clinic branded ‘Radiance MediSpa’.

The practice offers a range of skin rejuvenation treatments including Botox, dermal fillers, chemical peels and laser treatments as well as non- Surgical Liposuction and retails scientifically proven skincare products and make up.

Dr Ros Debenham says: “Katie and I are very excited about our new business venture.

“With my medical background and Katie’s qualifications and experience we are looking to create a Medi-Spa with a difference by giving our loyal East Devon clients the opportunity of a luxurious, state-of-the-art environment together with the confidence that they are in the safe hands of experts which gets real results!”

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