“ Natasha Clancy is clearly doing something right”

Hannah Coates British Vogue

KICHI offers cutting-edge facials powered by Korean technology to lift, tighten, sculpt, and resurface the skin. Founded by Clinical Aesthetician Natasha Clancy, its editor-approved beauty line is currently stocked at Hershesons, Formula Fig and in pop-up locations across Los Angeles, New York, and Toronto.


As a 46 year old former fashion model and long-serving Aesthetician, Natasha has a deep and nuanced understanding of the beauty industry and how it can enhance the life of modern women. After living in Japan, it was a love for Asian beauty that propelled a drive to start her own skincare line, which would harness the benefits of precious Japanese Tsubaki Oil.Combing her qualifications in cosmetology and medical aesthetics with a desire to create something potent and unique that she could use herself. The result was a close collaboration with an expert chemist in Korea, who helped Natasha to refine her ideas into a range of collagen-regenerating products that would complement KICHI's clinical treatments. The KICHI Beauty Line is now stocked in the UK, US Canada,

For Natasha and her A-list clients who frequent KICHI, what began as an inspired mission to help women age well and be confident in their own skin, has blossomed into something truly special. Today, along with being hailed the "best facialist" by Glamour and Hello Magazine, The KICHI Baby Face as the " Cult Facial" by Harpers Bazaar, it was British Vogue who captured a shared belief that "Natasha Clancy is clearly doing something right"..