A British plastic surgeon has joined the ranks of several other UK-based cosmetic companies that are planning to open offices in the country.
The company, Davinci, is one of a number of firms, including Osterhout, Gower and Kiehl’s, that have signed deals to open shop in the UK.
In a statement, Davids head of business development, Sarah Stansfield, said the company was delighted to be expanding its operations in the City.
“We are proud to announce that Davinces has secured a lease on a 10,000 sq ft facility in Tower Hamlets, with plans to open its first UK shop in 2019.”
The new office is set to offer the best-in-class services, with our team working with leading local and national brands and our own specialist team, all focused on delivering the best results for our clients.
“In addition to our existing network of specialist surgeons, Davanci also has experienced partners in the cosmetic industry who have secured lease on our new facility.”
This will help us to offer a wide range of cosmetic treatments for all ages and skin types.
“Davinces is looking forward to providing a further level of value for our customers in the years to come.”
She said the move to the UK will allow the company to offer more cosmetic services.
“Our goal is to expand our business to include as many cosmetic services as possible across the UK,” she said.
“To that end, we will also be launching a new beauty service for customers who want to learn about and take care of their skin.”
It comes as cosmetic companies in the US are struggling to attract customers due to the increased costs of providing cosmetic surgery.