My name is Farzam, and I have around 20 years of experience working in the healthcare and medical sector, and since 2011 have trained with some of the most prestigious medical aesthetic academies in the UK.
I now own Kynd Clinic, in the Little Venice area of London, which organically became a multi-disciplinary aesthetic and beauty clinic.
My broad clinical career and training began in the NHS, where I gained experience and trained in various specialties, ranging from general wards through to specialist medicine and aseptic manufacturing units, which gave me a bit of an edge on sterile and clean working techniques in medical environments.
After a few years in the NHS, where I had qualified as a pharmacist, I went on to work in the private sector, and specialised in intensive care medicine, taking on more and more clinical and management responsibility. In addition, it is here where my interest in aesthetics began, as I enjoyed a healthy balance between hospital work, aesthetics and management.
My career eventually took me to managing hospitals and working in senior roles in the NHS, while maintaining my interest in aesthetics.
Finally, I took the plunge and opened my own clinic, and because I love working with medical patients, simultaneously took on a part-time role in general practice.
Because, of always being keen on learning and keeping up-to-date, aside from my aesthetics career, and general medical career, I research health care at UCL.
I have a loyal clientele and regularly consult and treat over 10 to 20 aesthetic patients per week, not counting general practice work.
It gives me amazing satisfaction seeing happy aesthetic patients, building rapport and delivering outcomes which genuinely make people feel good about themselves.
Hopefully see you at Kynd!