At Marie Duckett Professional Skincare, my ultimate goal is to help the person you are today look good, fresh and radiant. I believe that healthy, beautiful skin, is achievable for any skin type, at any age and I have always been convinced that skin quality is the most important aspect of looking good. This is why, using everything I gleaned from twenty five years in my Harley Street Aesthetics Clinic l developed my own range of products.
Marie Duckett professional Skincare has been specifically developed to maintain good skin health on a daily basis. The range fights the first signs of ageing by targeting each layer of the skin to thoroughly hydrate and repair. It also introduces an affordable clinically proven integrated mix of products that work to achieve brighter and healthier skin.
As we age we lose moisture and elasticity in our skin which causes wrinkles and other signs of ageing to appear. Marie Duckett Skincare rehydrates skin with a series of clinically proven ingredients. It includes lightweight non-oily hydrators and skin revitalising serums to stimulate collagen and elastin, whilst helping skin to repair and renew rapidly.
I also stock Environ, Skinceuticals, Jane Iredale Mineral Make up, Sesderma and Juvilis. Not all products in these ranges are stocked but they are available to order. Please contact me for prices.
About Marie Duckett
I began my career in the world of aesthetics working for Collagen UK as the product specialist for Central London, where I was responsible for training new practitioners and looking after the existing Collagen clinics.
For twenty five years I had a successful Aesthetics Clinic in Harley Street. When I retired from the clinic in July 2021 I decided to concentrate on my own skincare range. During my long career I have been involved in many aspects of aesthetics including being part of a Department of Health working party on the regulation of cosmetic surgery and procedures, Chair of the Royal College of Nursing Aesthetic Nurses Forum and I was an Honorary member of the British Association of Cosmetic Nurses.
I have written several articles for aesthetic journals and was co-author of both the Royal College of Nursing Competency Framework for Nurses in Aesthetic Medicine and the Expert Consensus on Complications of Botulinum Toxin and Dermal Filler Treatment. I was also part of the working group who wrote the syllabus for the first university programme for aesthetics at Greenwich University.