FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
WHAT PAYMENT METHODS DOES THE CLINIC ACCEPT?
Harley Street Injectables accepts the following methods of payment:
- All Major Credit & Debit Cards
- American Express
- WeChat Pay
- BACS Transfer
Please note we do not accept cheques.
WHY DO YOU CHARGE A CONSULTATION FEE?
We charge consultation fee because we personally feel it is in the patient’s best interest, as well as ours. The consultation fee removes the potential for a patient to anticipate “sales” pressure, since they have paid for the medical practitioner’s time already. You are paying for their time and expertise, just as a lawyer, accountant or other highly-trained professional would be. Charging a fee is a good way to ensure a prospective patient is serious about pursuing a procedure, which can make for a more productive consultation experience.
ARE YOU A MEMBER OF A RELEVANT PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATION?
Harley Street Injectables is regulated by the Care Quality Commission this is the same body that regulates the NHS in the UK.
Our staff at Harley Street Injectables are members of the following associations:
BACN (British Association of Cosmetic Nurses)
NMC (The Nursing and Midwifery Council)
GMC (The General Medical Council)
CRS (Cosmetic Redress Scheme)
HOW MUCH DO YOU CHARGE FOR PRODUCTS TO BE SENT OUT?
Currently our delivery charges are as follows:
UK: £5 delivery charge for orders under £250 (free of charge if over)
International: £25 delivery charge for orders under £750 (free of charge if over)
CAN PREGNANT WOMEN BE TREATED?
Pregnant women deal with many changes in their hormones, their bodies and therefore their mental health. Although procedures may seemingly have no effect on a foetus and a laser treatment may be nowhere near the uterus, we always recommend that pregnant women put off any cosmetic procedures until after pregnancy, and after breastfeeding in some cases.
WHAT’S THE MINIMUM AGE OF YOUR PATIENTS?
Unfortunately, due to care quality commission and insurance coverage we are unable to treat patients under the age of 18. Please note even with parental / guardian written consent we are still unable to perform treatment.