Where is Save My Skin filmed? Dr. Emma Craythorne's clinic explored!

The second season of TLC’s Save My Skin brings extreme skin conditions to our screens. But where is the show actually filmed?

Dr. Emma Craythorne is tasked with her usual job of helping clients, who hope that the dermatologist can improve their skin.

From ear keloids, a tan gone wrong, and a head covered in tumours, the UK-based doctor has been faced with all kinds of extreme skin issues before.

Now that it’s back on TV, viewers have been wondering where Save My Skin is filmed. We explored the on-set location…

Screenshot: Dr. Emma Craythorne, Save My Skin, Season 2, TLC Instagram

Where is Save My Skin filmed?

  • 152 Harley Street, London, England

Dr. Emma Craythorne has an established private premier day clinic, where she is a consultant dermatologist and dermatological surgeon.

This is where the filming location for Save My Skin is, bringing the actual reality of Emma’s job to the screen.

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So, although the show is similar to the USA show Dr. Pimple Popper, it is basically the UK equivalent on the TV network.

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Dr. Emma Craythorne’s clinic: Explored

At the clinic, Emma specialises in all areas of skin scarring, skin cancer, general dermatology and cosmetic dermatology.

Based in the heart of London’s most highly regarded medical district, the clinic has specialists who can perform procedures and treatments in cosmetic, plastic and reconstructive surgery.

152 Harley Street is also home to The London Scar Clinic, which offers prevention and treatment to scars.

It is one of only a few day case surgery facilities in the UK who offer surgical procedures under local anaesthetic and sedation.

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How much does an appointment cost?

  • A consultation with Dr. Emma Craythorne costs £500

Then, if the client wants a follow-up appointment, it costs them £200.

Other TLC doctors such as Dr. Sandra Lee, on Dr. Pimple Popper, charge $500 to $600 on a usual basis, for an extraction session.

Most dermatologists say they won’t remove blackheads, according to Dr Sandra Lee, which means that she “wins” as she does it for free.

An enquiry form should be filled out to arrange a consultation with a 152 Harley Street specialist.

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