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Sarda McNulty (BPharm)

Pharmacist Prescriber | Aesthetic Practitioner

Wrinkle Relaxing

Perfect Glow offer Wrinkle relaxing treatments, administered by aesthetic pharmacist practitioner Sarda McNulty. test


Lip Fillers

Offering Lip fillers made of synthetic hyaluronic acid which is a naturally occurring, clear and lubricating substance.


Dermal Fillers

Dermal fillers are made of synthetic hyaluronic acid which is a naturally occurring, clear and lubricating substance.


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About Sarda McNulty

Sarda McNulty qualified as a Pharmacist from the University of Bradford 20 years ago and has worked here in Doncaster at Weldricks pharmacies for many years. She then took up a permanent position at an independent pharmacy in Winterton seven years ago. Last year Sarda was successful in achieving her Independent Pharmacist Prescribing qualification from the University of Leeds. After this she received training in aesthetic procedures to an advanced level with the renowned Harley Street clinic, DermaMedical, under tuition of Dr Zack Ally and Dr Sanah Qasem.

This level of experience and expertise ensures all her clients receive the very best level of care and advice.


What our customers say about us

Sarda is the ultimate professional and always looks to offer advice to the client before any treatment. Her personality ensures you always feel at ease.

M Williams

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A fab skin consultation today with a wonderful client.

Using Alumier products to treat her skin in preparation for a skin treatment plan.

She's looking forward to smaller pores and a reduction in pigmentation and fine lines.

Get in touch for your no obligation skin consultation ❤
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Did you know that the word “botox” is not allowed to be used in advertising in the UK?


Because it is a “prescription only medication” like antibiotics or heart medication and can not be advertised to the general public. For example we don’t see adverts for “warfarin” to thin the blood or “morphine” for severe pain. It is also unethical to promote a prescription only medication at a discounted price which may lead someone to having a treatment that they otherwise wouldn’t have considered. Also, before and after photos are not allowed as it suggests to the client that they may have as good a result as the person in the photos when this can not be guaranteed.

So how to advertise a treatment without mentioning a prescription only medication?

Well, we can describe what the treatment could do like “wrinkle softening”. We can describe it as facial rejuvenation. We can suggest a more relaxed or youthful appearance may be achieved.

When I started out in aesthetics I had no idea that I wouldn’t be able to use the name of the most common “wrinkle softener” in my advertising and struggled to attract customers. But now I see it as a mechanism to protect the public which can only be a good thing.

So, please, feel free to ask me about “wrinkle softening” and I’ll tell you everything you would ever need to know!
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So happy to say we have been given the green light to open again!

Please private message me to book your appointments xxx
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This is similar to the positive words that my mum has always told me and that I try to teach my children ❤️❤️❤️ ... See MoreSee Less

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