£2m ‘super clinic’ set to open in iconic waterfront landmark

The UK’s first aesthetic ‘super clinic’ is set to open in Liverpool’s Royal Liver Building as part of a £2m investment.

Aesthetics of the Royal Liver Building is taking 6,000 sq ft at the iconic waterfront landmark, relocating from its boutique clinic on the city’s Castle Street.

It will offer treatments for the skin, body, and face, non-surgical treatments, to full-on cosmetic surgeries, hair transplants and cosmetic dentistry.

The new facility, which expects to open its first phase in July, will feature 25 luxurious treatment suites, consultation rooms and a state-of-the-art operating theatre that will be the hub of a dedicated day hospital for carrying out all cosmetic surgical procedures uniquely under local anaesthetic, with a hair transplant clinic, cosmetic dentistry, and a non-invasive treatment clinic.

Managing director, Brett Bienia, said: “We want to help our patients feel like the best version of themselves because we believe how you look on the outside affects how you feel inside.”

The clinic is aiming to cater for around 100,000 visitors in the next 12 months.

Mr Bienia added: “Our objective is to attract clients not just locally and nationally but from all over the world into the city.

“It’s exciting times, we are changing the face of aesthetics, dermatology and cosmetic surgery and will continue to set new benchmarks for aesthetics and cosmetic procedures worldwide, right here in Liverpool.”

Treatments will be provided by a network of specialist doctors, surgeons and medical professionals who have performed more than 50,000 FDA-cleared treatments for in excess of 20 years.

The FDA is the US medicines and surgical procedures regulator the Food and Drug Administration.

There are also plans to introduce new products over the coming months, including Endolift, a minimally invasive internal laser-based skin tightening treatment, BodyTite and FaceTite, which is claimed to be the most advanced, permanent method of simultaneously removing fat and tightening the skin.