Dr Emma Wedgeworth is a prize-winning dermatologist with a passion for healthy skin.
After receiving a coveted 1st class degree at Cambridge University, she went on to collect numerous prizes at Imperial College School of Medicine.
Her interest in skin was ignited during these years of rigorous medical training and she went on to specialise in clinical dermatology at the world-renowned St John’s Institute of Dermatology, London, where she still works as a consultant.
Dr Emma lectures at a national and international level on skin health and is involved in cutting-edge trials pioneering new treatments for skin disease.
Dr Emma believes that gorgeous skin is achieved by harnessing the benefits of medical treatments alongside holistic lifestyle choices.
She has extensive experience with all skin conditions, but has a particular interest in conditions such as acne, eczema and rosacea, as well as sun-damage.
Her skin care programmes are tailored to the individual, with intelligent skin care choices complimenting medical treatments.
Dr Emma’s anti-ageing strategies are based upon evidence-based topical therapies and are perfect for those who want to achieve optimal results with a minimally invasive approach.
Dr Wedgeworth’s areas of special interest include:
Dr Emma specialises in treating acne, sun-damaged skin, rosacea, eczema and anti-ageing including performing a number of anti-ageing aesthetic procedures.
Procedures performed by Dr Wedgeworth include:
Encountering acne at any age can be very distressing, but as a woman in my late twenties I found it very hard to understand and accept. In the space of 9 month’s Dr. Emma has helped me regain my confidence and made me feel happy in my own skin again. Even after my initial consultation I left feeling so positive and happy that someone had took the time to listen and examine my skin thoroughly and provide me with a medicated treatment plan which has worked wonders! I have found a dermatologist for life in Dr. Emma! — CJ
I knew very quickly that I had made the right decision coming to see Dr Emma Wedgeworth. She is an excellent listener, instantly putting me at ease with her friendly and personable manner. I also never feel rushed in our appointments. These qualities, coupled with her expert knowledge and experience, helped me to feel comfortable putting myself completely in her care.
Dr Emma has consistently provided me with impactful, sensible advice and has simplified my skin care routine, with considered prescriptions that have achieved results steadily and have improved my skin quality overall. I feel as though we are working together to achieve long-term sustainable results – it’s good to know that someone cares and that you are not alone.
I feel supported and cannot recommend Dr Emma Wedgeworth highly enough. — K.R
Dr Emma is frequently quoted in the press. She has been featured on Channel 4’s ‘Be Your Own Doctor”, ITV’s Lorraine, on BBC radio and in publications such as Harper’s Bazaar, Marie-Claire, Cosmopolitan and the Daily Mail.
- On sunbeds and psoriasis – Daily Mail
- Can an app help you spot a risky mole? – Daily Mail
- Sixty Percent of Britons affected by skin disease – British Skin Foundation
- 14 antiageing myths debunked – Good Housekeeping
- What is retinol? – Harper’s Bazaar
- High sugar, High stakes: The truth about your sweet tooth and your skin. Get the Gloss
- 5 diet tips to help beat eczema. Eat healthy.
- Beauty essentials for sun damaged skin. The Fuss