Dr Justine Kluk is a consultant dermatologist and skincare expert with boutique private clinics in Harley Street and Hampstead Garden Suburb. The go-to London dermatologist for acne breakouts, scarring and rosacea, she is also renowned for her less-is-more approach to anti-ageing and skin rejuvenation.
In addition to her private clinics, Dr Justine holds a consultant post at London North West Healthcare NHS Trust where she is also responsible for teaching and training medical students at Imperial College London. A member of the British Association of Dermatologists, Royal College of Physicians and British Cosmetic Dermatology Group, her articles have been published in leading dermatology journals and textbooks, and her straightforward and reliable advice often features in the media.
Dr Justine’s personal interests include beauty, nutrition and fitness. As such, she truly understands the interplay between looking and feeling good and considers skin health an integral part of overall wellbeing. Her warm and inviting demeanour coupled with her knowledge and experience make her a popular choice with patients. Whether your skin concern is medical or cosmetic, Dr Justine’s treatment strategies are evidence-based and scientifically verified, combining the latest and most effective prescriptions and procedures with individualised instruction on skincare.
Dr Kluk’s specialities include:
- Anti-ageing and skin rejuvenation
- Personalised skincare routines
- Excessive sweating
- Mole checks
Procedures peformed by Dr Kluk include:
- Wart, cyst and mole removal
- Wrinkle relaxing injections (botulinum toxin)
- Dermal fillers
- Chemical peels
- Medical needling
Publications by Dr kluk in academic peer-reviewed journals:
1. Is the retrojugular approach safer than the conventional approach for carotid endarterectomy? Kluk J, Grainger S, Nyamekye IK. World J Surg 2009; 33: 1533-1537.
2. Minerva. Kluk J, Charles-Holmes R, Carr RA. BMJ 2011; 342:d1606.
3. Primary Cutaneous Follicle Centre Cell Lymphoma of the scalp presenting with scarring alopecia. Kluk J, Charles-Holmes R, Carr RA. Br J Dermatol 2011; 165 (1): 205 -7.
4. Boggy plaques on the dorsal surface of the hands. Kluk J, Goulding JMR, Finch T. Clin Exp Dermatol 2011; 36 (6): 688-9.
5. Drug-induced bullous pemphigoid: cases triggered by intravenous iodine and etanercept. Kluk J, Goulding JMR, Finch T, Bhat J. Clin Exp Dermatol 2011; 36: 871-3.
6. Acute phototoxicity induced by methylene blue–assisted parathyroidectomy: an unreported risk of a common procedure. Kluk J, Charles-Holmes R and Markham D. Br J Dermatol 2012; 166 (4): 907-8.
7. Pruritic plaques in a patient with diabetes. Kluk J, Ungureanu S, Bedlow A et al. Clin Exp Dermatol 2013; 38 (3): 315-7.
8. Chronic atypical neutrophilic dermatosis with lipodystrophy and elevated temperature syndrome: a report of a novel mutation and review of the literature. Kluk J, Rustin M, Brogan PA et al. Br J Dermatol 2014; 170 (1): 215 – 217.
9. Follicular mucinosis treated with topical 0.1% tacrolimus ointment. Kluk J, Krassilnik N and McBride S. Clin Exp Dermatol 2014; 39 (2): 227 – 228.
10. Lymphomatoid papulosis with 6p25.3 rearrangement: a further case of the newly described variant. Kluk J, Child F and Robson A. Br J Dermatol 2014; 171 (6): 1590-2.
11. Cutaneous Richter’s syndrome: a better place to transform? Kluk J, Moonim M, Duran A, Costa Rosa J, Cabeçadas J, Alvarez R, Cravo M, Whittaker S, Robson A. Br J
Dermatol 2015; 172 (2): 513-21.
12. Immunocytochemical p63 expression discriminates between primary cutaneous follicle centre cell and diffuse large B-cell lymphoma leg-type, and is of the TAp63 isoform. Robson A, Shukur Z, Ally M, Kluk J, Liu K, Pincus L, Sahni D, Sundram U, Subtil A, Karai L, Kempf W, Schieke S and Coates P. Histopathology 2015 (in press).
13. Indolent CD8-positive lymphoid proliferation of acral sites: three further cases of a rare entity and an update on a unique patient. Kluk J, Kai A, Koch D, Taibjee SM, O’Connor S, Persic M, Morris S, Whittaker S, Cerroni L, Kempf W, Petrella T and Robson A. J Cutan Pathol 2015 (in press).