Dr Liz McCulloch

Dr Liz McCulloch MRGCP DFSRH is the founder and director of mSkin. She is an experienced GP with extensive postgraduate training in aesthetic procedures and women’s health. Dr McCulloch is highly skilled at performing minimally invasive procedures and offers a range of treatments, including wrinkle-relaxing injections, dermal fillers and chemical peels. She has a very caring approach and goes out of her way to ensure that her patients feel listened to, comfortable and at ease. Patients describe her as very understanding, sympathetic and knowledgeable, and praise her work as being stunning, outstanding and natural.

Dr McCulloch graduated from Vienna University in 2001, completing her medical qualification with specialist research of breast and ovarian cancers. She trained in obstetrics and gynaecology at the Ignaz-Semmelweis Clinic before moving to the UK and qualifying as a GP. She has worked in Brighton as a GP since 2008, but recognised the need for a holistic approach to women’s health and well-being and opened her aesthetic clinic, mSkin, in 2013, where she carries out all treatments personally. She enjoys running her clinic in Hove and offers aesthetic treatments in London, too.

Dr McCulloch was awarded the Certificate of Menopause Care by the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Health and works as an Associate at the International Centre for Hormonal Health, in London. Previous roles include Clinical Lead for Maternity and Children’s Services for Brighton and Hove Clinical Commissioning Group. Currently, she is Deputy Chair of the East Sussex Local Medical Committee responsible for representing the views of GPs.

Alongside accreditation with BCAM, Dr McCulloch is a member of the Royal College of General Practitioners and the British Menopause Society, and also holds a Diploma from the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Health.

Accreditation:
BCAM - British College of Aesthetic Medicine


Tweakments Offered

Dr Liz McCulloch has been practising for 7 years and offers the following tweakments: