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Dr Daisy Bennett is the Chief Medical Officer, UK & IE for L’Oréal. She has a passion for ageless beauty within & on the outside, as well as skin health, physical & mental well-being, & raising self esteem for all. She is passionate about supporting the various L’Oreal charities & partnerships. 

Dr Daisy Bennett is a practising GP. She qualified from the world-renowned Guys & St Thomas’s Hospitals, London (now merged with Kings College, London). She has been practising medicine for 20 yrs & has a degree in medicine & surgery, as well as Membership of the Royal College of General Practitioners.

She is active in medico-politics as the London Division Chairwoman of the British Medical Association (BMA), representing over 153,000 doctors in the UK. Through this role, she is involved in shaping health care policy in the UK. 

Dr Daisy currently regularly appears on Sky News to discuss topical medical & health related issues. She was the LBC global radio resident medical expert & broadcaster, answering medical questions on the LBC Health Hour on Tuesday evenings with Clive Bull (http://www.lbc.co.uk/lbc-health-hour-with-colgate-93586).

She has been passionate about producing the next generation of top doctors, evident in her past role as GP Tutor & Examiner for medical students at Imperial College, London.

In her spare time she enjoys playing tennis & dabbles in golf. She loves a challenge and has recently taken up cycling. Her mental & physical limits were tested when she accepted the challenge of cycling over 300 miles from London to Paris in order to raise thousands of pounds for a small children’s cancer charity. She is committed to charitable work through her past role as committee member at Wentworth Club. She enjoys travelling & loves to experience different cultures. She adores Opera & theatre.

Her father was an NHS Doctor & her mother was a BBC world service Broadcaster, so it was inevitable that one day she would enter the world of medical broadcasting.