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Pudsey clinic nets top award, despite lockdown

Evolve Medical, based in Pudsey, has won an award – a welcome boost during the current stay at home precautions, writes Jim Corah.

Evolve Medical was named Aesthetics Clinic of the Year – Leeds & West Yorkshire in the Leeds & West Prestige Guide. The winners are nominated by the Prestige Guide’s readers then judged by an expert panel.

With the awards ceremony postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic, the awards have been distributed virtually.

The award is a celebration of the effort nurse Rachel Green has put into establishing the business.

Evolve Medical launched its practice on Thursday 23 January 2020 by welcoming people to their new premises overlooking Dawson’s Corner, Pudsey.

Set up by nurse Rachel Green, the premises brings together a number of different specialists for an all-round, holistic approach to beauty, health, and well-being.

For Rachel they are culmination of over ten years working in the aesthetics sector, furthering her focus on offering the widest range of services for clients.

During the event clients, local businesses, supporters, and social media influencers from across Leeds were welcomed to the newly refurbished premises, allowing Rachel and the staff to show off the seven treatment rooms

Facilities offer aesthetic, medical, counselling, beauty, laser, fitness, and physio treatments. The aim is to be a “one stop shop” for treatments in west Leeds, in a relaxed environment in the well-connected location.

For Rachel Evolve Medical’s treatment offering provides all round support for clients and will be expanding into hormone therapy that will especially help women going through the menopause.

Rachel has 10 years’ experience practising aesthetics. Before this she spent a further 10 years as a registered A&E nurse.

Launching in 2009 as the Advanced Skin Lounge, Rachel travelled West Yorkshire with her silver box of treatments. Four years later she opened one treatment room at 4 Town Street, Farsley, before stepping up to a four-treatment room clinic at 50 Town Street, Farsley.

Photo taken before social distancing.


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