Thursday, 12 July 2018

Skin Tech & RRS Training

Our Clinical Director and Aesthetic Nurse Specialist Claudia recently spent 2 days with the lovely Faceworks team training them in Skin Tech Peels and RRS Mesotherapy 💜💉

#skintechpeels #RRS #OneLifeOneSkin

Friday, 15 December 2017

Voting Closes Today

Voting closes today...

Please can you spare 2 minutes and vote by clicking on the link below?

‘Claudia McGloin Clinic Best Aesthetic Clinic Republic of Ireland & Northern Ireland’

Thank you 😘

Wednesday, 22 November 2017

My Face My Body Awards Finalist 2017

We need your VOTES 💜

We are absolutely delighted to be finalists for the ‘Best Aesthetic Clinic Republic of Ireland & Northern Ireland’ at the prestigious My Face My Body Awards 2017 💜

Please spare a couple of minutes and click on the link below to vote for Claudia McGloin Clinic 💜

Thank you all so much...Your votes are very much appreciated 💜

#myfacemybodyawards #sligo #claudiamcgloinclinic

Wednesday, 4 October 2017


Vitiligo is a skin condition that causes white patches to develop on the skin. The areas that are affected have little or no melanin. Melanin is a dye-like substance that is produced by specialised skin cells called melanocytes. This gives the skin its colour and protects it from the sun's rays.

Where does vitiligo occur?

Vitiligo can affect any area of your skin, but it most commonly occurs on areas of the skin that have been exposed to the sun, such as your face, neck and hands.

Vitiligo is more noticeable in people whose skin is dark or tanned. The condition varies from person to person and for some people, they only get a few small, white patches while other people get bigger white patches. These white patches are usually permanent.

How common is vitiligo? 

It is estimated that about 1 in 100 people develop vitiligo. It usually starts to appear at around 20 years of age, although it can occur at any age. Men and women are both equally affected, as are people of different ethnicities. 

It is not clear what causes vitiligo. It is not infectious and you cannot catch it from contact with someone who has it. The white patches caused by vitiligo are usually permanent, although there are treatment options to improve the appearance of your skin. 


Combination treatments, such as phototherapy and medication, give the best results. In some cases, treatment may restore the pigment to your patches but the effect does not usually last.

At the Claudia McGloin Clinic, we use Platelet Rich Plasma to treat vitiligo. Other options are camouflage make up and concealers to cover up the white patches, and it can help you live a normal life. 

For more information on vitiligo and procedures we offer, please visit the clinic website or call the clinic direct on 0719140728 

Friday, 22 September 2017

Finalist for Blog Awards Ireland 2017

The Claudia McGloin Clinic and Skin Secrets Blog have both made it to the final of the Blog Awards Ireland 2017.

We are absolutely delighted and cannot wait until 5th October 🥂🎉🥂

Monday, 4 September 2017

Winner Mrs2Be Brides Choice Award 2017

The Claudia McGloin Clinic are absolutely delighted to have won a Mrs2Be Brides Choice Award 2017 for Best Wedding Related Service

A special thank you goes to all of our fabulous brides for not only nominating us for this award but also for choosing our clinic to help get their skin picture perfect in the run up to their wedding 💜

#claudiamcgloinclinic #sligo #mrs2bebrideschoiceawards2017

Wednesday, 23 August 2017

Blog Awards Ireland 2017 Longlist

Absolutely delighted & overwhelmed that both Skin Secrets and Claudia McGloin Clinic Blogs have made the longlist for the V by Very Blog Awards Ireland 2017  💜

Super proud of my newest baby Skin Secrets as it's only 8 months old 💜