Finance Options & PricingAre you considering aesthetic or dermatological treatment but unsure if you can afford it?
It could be more affordable than you think with 0% to low interest rate treatment plans.
At rtwskin we understand the importance of flexibility when it comes to planning your aesthetic treatment. We can help you arrange affordable finance, quickly and simply, making it easy for you to spread the cost of your treatment and pay in affordable monthly installments. You can choose to borrow any amount from £500 and pay it back over 12 months with 0% interest free credit. A minimum deposit of 10% will be required.
Great Reasons to pay with finance
a discreet and personal service
a simple and quick application process – online or over the phone (no paperwork required)
high acceptance rate
competitive repayment options, including 0% APR Representative interest free packages for approved applicants
choice of repayment periods
Spread the cost - 0% Interest Free Credit
rtwskin clinic are now working in partnership with specialist medical loans company Omni Capital to offer you more choice when it comes to financing your treatment. With Omni Capital we can now offer loans under £25,000 at 0% interest (over 12, 18, 24 or 36 months). Providing you are approved, you can go ahead and book your treatment.
Call us today if you want to enquire about finance packages. We will be able to take you through the options available and arrange for your application and further information about the loan.
Your payments will start following the completion of your procedure and our finance partner, Omni Capital, will provide dates of the payments
Yes. You can contact our finance partner, Omni Capital, to discuss your options and make additional payments in addition to your contractual monthly payment, which will mean the loan will finish earlier and you will pay less interest.
You can ask the clinic to put the agreement over a slightly longer period which will reduce your monthly payment. If you are still unsure you should look to pay by other means or wait until your circumstances change.
The term guarantor is not correct. If you are unable to obtain the finance yourself, then a parent/guardian or partner could apply on your behalf. However, then they would become the borrower not yourself and they would be liable in full for all payments and the outstanding loan.