SILVERBURN is welcoming two new brands to the shopping centre in the space of a fortnight.

Skin treatment and laser hair removal specialists Laser Clinics UK will open on Wednesday, July 22, while Kiddie Boutique opened on July 14.

Laser Clinics UK’s new clinic will bring its range of skin, laser hair removal and cosmetic injectable services to Glasgow residents for the first time.

The brand has more than 137 clinics in Australia, 15 clinics in New Zealand and more than 10 clinics across the UK.

The new Silverburn store will be led by co-owner Gillian McDougall.

Gillian said: “I am so excited to launch LCUK in Scotland.

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"I believe passionately in my team, who have extensive experience, qualifications, and have attended hours of training to ensure the best possible experience for our clients.”

Meanwhile, Kiddie Boutique has now opened its third store in Glasgow.

Regular shoppers to Silverburn will recognise this operator as it has previously served customers via its Baby Boutique brand.

Celebrating 10 years in business this year, Kiddie Boutique will bring more top brands and fashion to the shopping centre for babies and children up to the age of 14.

Both Kiddie Boutique and Laser Clinics UK will be introducing their own Covid-19 safety measures, in line with the latest guidance from the Scottish Government.

David Pierrotti, General Manager of Silverburn, said: “We’re always looking for ways to bring exciting new brands to Silverburn, and today’s announcement is a great example of that.

"Laser Clinics UK and Baby Boutique are great additions to the destination, and what’s more, they both have strong ties to Glasgow.

"As always, safety is our priority and we’ve introduced a comprehensive range of new measures to keep everyone safe.”

Claire Cunningham, Director at Kiddie Boutique, said: “As this is our 10 year anniversary at Kiddie Boutique we are delighted to celebrate with a fabulous new store in Scotland’s top shopping centre.

"We will specialise in school wear and shoes over the next three weeks."