Halley, Who?

Nope, our clinic is not named after our doctor’s wife or mum, but actually, Halley’s Comet.

This comet is one of the rare few that makes constant appearances, coming into Earth’s vicinity every 75 years or so.

First spotted in 239 B.C. by Chinese astronomers, its next appearance is scheduled to be in 2061.

For many around the world, the return of Halley’s Comet brings back fond memories of loved ones, good times, and hope for the future.

For us, our wish is simple. We want you to shine and be as beautiful as Halley’s Comet, an object so beautiful, so rare and so desirable.

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