Dr Ifeoma Ejikeme is the Founder and Medical Director of premium West London medical and aesthetics clinic, Adonia Medical Clinic – current holders of the highly esteemed Aesthetics Award for Best Clinic, London 2019 and 2021 and commended 2022, Marie Claires best Aesthetic Doctor 2021, Tatler’s Top doctor 2021 and Allergan AMI faculty member. Global skin expert for La Mer, UK skin expert for CeraVe, Neutrogena and L’Oréal Paris A trailblazer in her field, she is one of only a handful of doctors in the UK to have undertaken the outstanding level of specialist training she has, earning her an internationally renowned reputation for her extensive knowledge and impeccable skills. Regularly sharing her expertise and tips via Instagram in a truly relatable way, Dr Ejikeme is the go-to voice in aesthetic and skincare.
Dr Ejikeme’s education is nothing short of remarkable. Upon graduating from Bristol University, she trained at Imperial College Trust hospitals in London before moving to New York where she completed a fellowship in head and neck surgery at the prestigious IVY League University of Columbia. She also gained board certification in internal medicine at New York Medical College, before returning to the UK to attain a Masters in Aesthetic Medicine at Queen Mary, graduating with the highest distinction in her class. She is now a Senior Lecturer at the University, where she trains the brightest and best plastic surgeons, dermatologists, doctors and dentists from around the world on safe and effective aesthetic procedures.
Internationally recognised for her professionalism and unparalleled knowledge, she is a Medical Consultant who holds two surgical patents and has published multiple medical papers which are referred to globally, but her accomplishments don’t stop there. Dr Ejikeme is continuously expanding her knowledge and skill set to provide the most cutting-edge, scientifically driven treatments that cater to all skin types.
In 2020 she co-founded the UK’s first ever Black Aesthetics Advisory board with the mission to improve the experiences of black minority ethnic (BME) professionals and consumers by improving the education on BME skin – something she is extremely passionate about. She is also is affiliated with many charitable organisations with a focus on empowering women of all nations.
Having worked with over 30,000 patients, there is little Dr Ejikeme has not seen or cannot help with, and her devotion to helping others alongside her enigmatic personality, has led her to become a leading media voice when it comes to skincare and aesthetics. Her expert comments have featured in top tier titles including Vogue, Elle, The Telegraph, Cosmopolitan and on Sky News. Dr Ejikeme’s list of accolades increased in 2021as the winner of the best Aesthetic Doctor in UK from the Marie Claire skin awards, Tatler’s top doctors and has joined the prestigious Allergan Medical Institute faculty. She also posts tips and information on her Instagram page, which is rapidly gaining a large and loyal following.
Dr Ejikeme comments: ‘I am very passionate about making people feel comfortable in their own skin and feel privileged to be able to shed light on areas of skincare which are often neglected. I’m also motivated to make information as accessible as possible for everyone to benefit. It’s amazing how much you can do with skin both virtually and in person, be it acne management, hyperpigmentation, injectables or just getting a good routine. It has been lovely to be able to help so many people and I hope to continue this in 2021 and beyond!’