Qualified Practitioner
Dr Ros Debenham MBChB MRCGP

  1. Exeter City Centre Christmas Lights

    As a proud local business in Exeter, Radiance MediSpa want to contribute towards community projects where possible. This Christmas we are helping the Exeter Leukaemia fund raise money, whilst putting the sparkle back into the High Street via the crowd funded Exeter Christmas Lights Campaign.

    Want to get involved yourself? Simply click ‘pledge’ and help us hit our £8,000 target!

  2. Treatments for fat reduction

    Non-surgical fat reduction in the form of CoolSculpting means we no longer have to put up with our stubborn fatty areas. A one hour long session will say “good bye” forever to fat cells that subsequently disappear over the next 30-90 days. This short clip from the States explains:

    Having been a GP for 22 years I regularly saw patients who had had substandard liposuction. They had undergone a general anaesthetic, suffered a lot of pain, bruising and swelling and the vast majority would not have had the treatment done had they realised the extent of the downtime. CoolSculpting is non-invasive, requires no anaesthetic or constricting garments to be worn after the treatment. Clients often come back for more areas to be treated once they see the dramatic results that are easily achieved.

  3. Five superfoods for great skin

    Good skin care and treatments will help achieve a more youthful appearance but eating right will also make those results last longer and…..

    1)   Kale

  4. Why being a Doctor matters when it comes to aesthetics

    Lots of therapists are trained in beauty, but for certain aesthetic treatments having a medical background is best. There are hundreds of medical conditions that will contraindicate certain treatments such as Botox and dermal fillers.

  5. Top tips for building muscle

    This week we asked London based personal trainer and nutrition expert Myles Hopper for his top tips on building muscle. Myles has trained many different clients with many different goals ranging from professional athletes, models, businessmen, parents, children and people who just want to look and feel better. His extensive research has led him to being featured in The Daily Mail and Shortlist Magazine.


  6. Protecting your skin from sun damage

    The skincare industry has been promoting SPF for the past twenty years but many of us still have a relaxed approach to protecting our skin from the sun. As low cost holidays have become more accessible in recent years, meaning more and more of us are increasing our exposure to stronger and more harmful ultraviolet rays.

  7. Aesthetic Awards 2014: Finalists

    Radiance MediSpa are proud to announce that we are on the shortlist for 2 awards at The Aesthetic Awards 2014 for best new clinic and best clinic reception team. The awards are being held in London on December 6th and will bring together practitioners, clinics, manufacturers and suppliers who have excelled in medical aesthetics to celebrate their achievements throughout the year – we’ve got our fingers crossed!

    Aesthetics Awards 2014

    Radiance MediSpa’s medical director Dr Ros Debenham said “To be nominated for not just one, but two awards so early on in the new premises is so exciting. I have to say that so much is down to our amazing team of girls (and now two guys) that are so passionate and to whom kindness and helpfulness comes naturally“.

  8. Radiance MediSpa’s Business Evenings

    Every second Thursday of every month.

    6.00pm – 8.30pm

    Join us for drinks and nibbles at our monthly networking events open to anyone in business in the local area.

    To book your place call us on 01392 277799 or email us at info@radiancemedispa.co.uk.

    We look forward to welcoming you at Radiance MediSpa.

  9. Tackling your saddle bags

    Say goodbye to stubborn outer thigh fat. Introducing the new CoolSmooth applicator, an exciting addition to the CoolSculpting product line. The CoolSmooth applicator is the first and only non-surgical solution clinically proven and designed for fat reduction of the outer thigh.

  10. IPL laser hair removal explained

    Laser hair removal is the most effective method to reduce unwanted hair. On average a woman will shave 12 times a month which equates to 7,718 times in a lifetime, which is why so many women are turning to laser for their hair removal.

    In the UK most women prefer to remove the hair from the underarm area, legs (lower and or upper) and bikini area to varying degrees. Some have treatments on their face and some their arms. The thickness and therefore the visibility of the hair is often due to ethnicity, but can be due to some medical conditions such as Polycystic ovary syndrome.

  11. Facts about Dermal Fillers

    As we age our skin begins to show the effects of time, especially on our face. With repetitive expressions like frowning and smiling or exposure to the environment, such as pollution and sun damage we develop wrinkles that become present even when we are not making the expressions. (update image – see Ros)

    new dermal fillers application

  12. 5 tips for sustainable weight loss

    It comes as little surprise that the British are a nation of dieters, with 65% of women having claimed to attempted some form of weight loss in the past year (according to data analysts Mintel). Dieting isn’t just a women domain, 44% of men have also claimed the same.

    Gender aside, when it comes to dieting many of us feel bombarded with a lot of options, while a lot of dietary advice is not sustainable long-term and simply acts as a quick fix. In this article we look at simple steps you can follow to end the deprivation diets and live a fitter life.

Radiance MediSpa
, Augustus House, Lower Ground Floor, New North Road Exeter, Devon EX4 4HL

Telephone: 01392 277 799     Email: info@radiancemedispa.co.uk

Opening Hours: Tuesday & Thursday 10am – 7pm, Wednesday & Friday 10am - 5pm, Saturday: 9am - 5pm
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