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  • We will listen to you, discuss options available and talk through the whole process and let you know how much it will cost. You will then have all the information to make an informed choice about the treatment.
  • If you decide the treatment is for you, we will book you an appointment with Dr Anushka in that treatment.
  • At your appointment, our doctor will talk through everything that will happen, complete forms to ensure that the treatment is right for you medically and make sure that you are happy with everything before any treatment begins.

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Meet Dr Anushka

Dr Anushka is an approved trainer of Restylane and Botulinum Toxin treatments to other Cosmetic Doctors in South Africa and across the globe. Her skills, experience, personality and media presence have earned her the reputation as one of South Africa’s most respected cosmetic doctors. Please click on some of these videos and articles to find out more about how Dr Anushka can help you to achieve your cosmetic goals and desires.

Key Opinion Media Leader

Dr. Reddy regularly contributes to various publications such as Woman and Home, Longevity, ELLE, The Star and she has appeared on TV programs like Carte Blanche Medical, Top Billing Eastern Mosaic, Maatband, CNBC Africa and Hello Doctor.

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  • SABC 3 Afternoon Express with Jeanine D

  • Dr. Reddy discussing the aesthetics industry

  • My Top Billing Dream: Top 10’s Spa day

  • Dr. Reddy discusses Cosmedica & Scaar FX

  • Angles on Gospel One with Dr Reddy

  • A Day with Dr Anushka Reddy on Top Billing

  • Fat Melting Injections

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  • Filling The Lines

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  • Acne Scars No More

    Did you know that an estimated 85% of the global population has at some point suffered from an acne breakout? It makes sense then that a large percentage of the population continues to struggle with the self-esteem and psychological trauma caused by the inevitable and subsequent scarring.