Member of the B.R.C.P., S.F.B., Advanced Microscopy Course
Cheryl studied hairdressing at the London College of Fashion where, after exams, she achieved the 6th position and was entered into the Student of the Year competition.
Cheryl started her training at a salon in Brentwood studying Biosthetiques and where she specialized in hair reconstructing treatments on damaged and inadequately conditioned hair.
In 2010, after employment with the large cosmetics company, Estee Lauder, Cheryl took on the demanding position as Counter manager with the company, Sisley, whose skin care philosophy was similar to that of La Biosthetiques utilizing the use of essential oils, vitamins and plant extracts.
Cheryl returned to the salon in Brentwood to further her career by learning new treatments for hair loss, scalp and thinning hair problems together with skin care. Cheryl took courses taught by Societie Francaise de Biosthetique enabling her to blend various lotion applications for use on skin conditions like psoriasis, eczema, acne and sensitive skin complains. The courses also included the use of Microscopy, a system for analysing hair problems using a polarised microscope. This enables the detection of any problems with a patient’s hormones, vitamin and mineral deficiencies and stress related hair problems like hair loss. The use of this very powerful tool has enabled Cheryl to detect problems and achieve positive results in a very short period of time.
Cheryl is a British Complementary Medicine Practitioner recognising her use of complementary healing systems rather than the use of harsh chemicals utilised by some other hair and skin methods.
Over the past four years, Cheryl has concentrated her education in trichology, a branch of dermatology that deals with the scientific study of the health of hair and scalp. She now has practices in Brentwood, Colchester and London, where she can treat hair, scalp and give skin care advice. With the use of all her knowledge and expertise, Cheryl can get your hair on the natural road of recovery.