Dr Sam’s Background
Dr Sam received her training from Cambridge University and University College London and became a Member of the Royal College of Physicians in 2002. She then practiced medical dermatology for 7 years before establishing her own private practice on Harley St in order to offer her patients bespoke solutions to the full spectrum of dermatological issues, whether medical or cosmetic. Anti-aging and acne strategies are a key focus. She approaches her work with empathy, knowledge and a light, aesthetic touch. She utilises the latest prescription-strength skin-care products, medical needling and injectables in combination to deliver optimal skin health.
Dr Sam is the calming voice of reason when it comes to navigating the hugely confusing arenas of skincare and non-surgical cosmetic procedures – she’ll help you take the guesswork out of beauty.
She is sought-after for her expert opinion and regularly contributes to the popular press and fashion publications: Tatler, Vogue, Harpers Bazaar, Stylist, InStyle, Elle, Marie-Claire, Cosmopolitan, Company, More, Closer, Bella, Red, Zest, Women’s Health, FHM, Men’s Health, Top Santé, T3, Good Housekeeping, Sunday Times Style, Evening Standard, Daily Mail, MoS Health, Financial Times Life and Style, Sunday Telegraph Stella, Sunday Mirror Celebs on Sunday, Daily Express, Style.com, Boots.com.
Dr Bunting is in demand as an expert on today's most relevant beauty topics. She is a presenter on Extreme Beauty Disasters on TLC, which has aired in 36 countries globally (formally known as Last Chance Salon). She has just completed filming the second series, following its international success. She has appeared on Channel 4’s How Not To Get Old, NBC’s The Today Show, Channel 4 News, Channel 5 News and This Morning. She has consulted extensively within the cosmetics industry, been a panelist in numerous magazine beauty awards (including Elle, Cosmopolitan, Stylist, Zest and InStyle) and knows the skincare market inside out.