Do you feel your face and the way you look is seriously affecting your life?


DO YOU feel your face and the way you look is seriously affecting your life?  Whether it’s the result of an attack, an accident, a badly botched cosmetic procedure or a lifelong condition – help may be at hand. 

One of the UK’s leading cosmetic and aesthetic practitioners, Dr Tijion Esho, is working with Tern TV on a new 10-part TV series. The aim is to help people who suffer from a facial disfigurement to look and feel their very best.  Dr Esho is at the forefront of pioneering non-surgical aesthetic treatments which can produce real results – treatments which are not readily available on the NHS.

They will be featuring a varied range of stories in each programme and are keen to hear from people with serious and extreme conditions who feel they have been unable to find help elsewhere.  

Issues they may be able to help with include Skin Conditions such as Rosacea, Eczema, Psoriasis, Acne, Skin Tags, Perioral Dermatitis, Melasma, Excess Facial Hair, Topical Steroid Withdrawal.  Skin Damage – like chickenpox divots, surgery scars and trauma scars from animal bites or attacks. Bungled Cosmetic Procedures such as botched Laser and Microblading treatments, lumpy lip and facial fillers. 

Dr Esho is an award-winning UK-based cosmetic doctor, renowned for his expertise in aesthetic medicine and is an industry leader in the art of non-surgical procedures. His Clinics treat clients from the UK and around the world.  His aim to create outstanding natural results has made him one of the most influential people in the aesthetics industry. He was also shortlisted for 2017 Power List: 100 Most Influential Black People In Britain.

If you are over 18 and want to find out more about the series and the work Dr Esho does you can get in touch with the production company by emailing or can call/text 07984 011 587.

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  1. | Janice Chubb

    I need help I had to have all my teeth out. My face has shrunk beyond measur. I’m 71 but still work in iccu so at the moment I have no time to try and hide my awful face as patients come first. At the moment we are fighting the covad 19. Please could I be considered Janice Chubb


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