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Dr Jemma Simpson

Aesthetic GP

I believe that a multi-level and holistic approach to anti-ageing will provide the most optimal and long lasting results. Maintenance and prevention is key to slowing the ageing process.

Dr Jemma Simpson

Aesthetic GP

Dr Jemma Simpson qualified as a Medical Doctor in 2007 from
the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg. After completing her internship and community service in Cape Town at Groote Schuur Hospital and Red Cross Children’s Hospital, Dr Simpson embarked on a new adventure. She was appointed as the ship’s doctor for Princess Cruises and was able to do what she loves while traveling the world, gaining valuable international experience over a period of four years.

Since completing her medical degree, Dr Simpson has developed a passion for Aesthetic Medicine. Alongside practicing as an Emergency Medicine Medical Officer at various hospitals around Cape Town, Dr Simpson has also managed to pursue her dream of practicing Aesthetic Medicine.
She completed her aesthetic training under Dr Alek Nikolic, an internationally renowned Aesthetic Medical professional and continues to attend local conferences and ongoing training to further her knowledge and skills. Dr Simpson believes that focusing on enhancing the natural beauty and individual assets of her patients is key to providing an effective, personalised treatment plan.

Emotion and personality are reflected in each individual’s features and respecting this is important when maintaining each patient’s unique beauty and identity. Dr Simpson favours a ‘less is more’ approach and aims to cultivate a natural result as the basis of every treatment plan.

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