Danielle Armstrong , Ferne McCann - Apprentice winner Dr Leah Totton celebrates the launch of the second Dr Leah Cosmetic Skin Clinic, in Loughton Essex with the help of Lord Alan Sugar. On Friday 4th March, Dr Leah Totton will launch her second cosmetic skin clinic in the heart of Essex. The expansion comes following the success of the Apprentice star's inaugural clinic in London. With cosmetic procedures increasing by 13% in 2016, according to the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (Baaps), Dr Leah is set for a surge of patients when her new clinic opens. The new surgery will offer a range of innovative face and body cosmetic procedures, including Botox, derma filler and the exclusive non-surgical Dr Leah Lift. The exclusive Dr Leah treatment involves a face and neck lift using three different techniques; 3D Skinmed Lift, Thread Lift and Liquid Facelift that work together to firm the skin and stimulate collagen. In addition, hair transplants will be a key offering at the clinic, which is sure to be a popular treatment for male clients. Also on offer will be a world exclusive fat busting treatment, which is exclusive to Dr Leah Clinics. 3D Bespoke will use a combination of advanced HIFU and shockwave therapy technology to combat fat and cellulite, which allows for a faster and more effective treatment. Leah won The Apprentice in July 2013, which saw Lord Sugar invest £250,000 into her business. With this investment, Leah went on to launch the successful 'Dr Leah Cosmetic Skin Clinic' in Moorgate, London, which has already more than doubled Lord Sugar's original investment. Leah is determined to build on the success of the practice by establishing her second cosmetic skin clinic, which is sure to be just as popular. Leah is renowned for her brilliant reputation within her field and her clinic promises to deliver the highest quality treatments undertaken by fully qualified and experienced team working alongside her. As part of her vision set out for the business two years ago, - Loughton, Essex, United Kingdom - Monday 29th February 2016 (1 Picture)
Danielle Armstrong and Ferne Mccann
Photo credit: Supplied by
Next Ferne McCann Slideshow: Celebrities at the ITV studios - London United Kingdom - Monday 29th February 2016
The Stooges frontman Iggy Pop awarded France's 'highest honor'.
Guns N' Roses have grossed $230m from their 'Not In This Lifetime' tour so far.
Jason Drucker is Greg Heffley in the upcoming movie based on the novel of the same name.
Ford attributes his career success to films that pass 'from generation to generation'.