Chloé Gronow is the Editor & Content Manager at Aesthetics and Beyond Beauty. She started her career with Aesthetics as a journalist in May 2014, before taking on the role of Assistant Editor in 2015, Deputy Editor & Communications Manager in 2016 and her current role in 2019. Chloé is responsible for overseeing the production and content of the monthly Aesthetics journal and quarterly Beyond Beauty magazine, as well as leading on educational content for the events, and managing the Aesthetics Awards entry and judging process. Prior to working at Aesthetics, Chloé trained as a reporter at a number of her local newspapers in South Wales. She has a BA (Hons) in English Literature and Contemporary Media and an NCTJ Gold Standard Diploma in Journalism.
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From implant enquiries to the treatment of cellulite, requests for procedures that enhance the appearance of the buttock area are on the rise. Aesthetics speaks to practitioners offering these sought-after treatments and investigates the growing trend sweeping the UK
Consultant nurse practitioner Constance Campion tells us about her varied career within aesthetics, and the values that come first
From mental health nurse to aesthetic nurse prescriber, Lou Sommereux reflects on her varied medical career
Miss Rozina Ali discusses her career influences and how an interest in slowing down the signs of ageing led her into medical aesthetics
“There’s no reason why you can’t educate and entertain at the same time” – renowned aesthetic pioneer Dr Arthur Swift shares his journey into the specialty
Independent nurse prescriber Emma Davies talks to us about co-founding the BACN, and her unwavering passion for growth, learning and regulation
Consultant dermatologist Dr Sandeep Cliff recalls his journey into the world of aesthetics
With extensive experience across plastic surgery and general practice, Dr Jamshed (JJ) Masani describes his journey into the aesthetics industry
As 2014 draws to a close, Aesthetics speaks to practitioners working across the UK to reflect on the developments, achievements, and problems faced by our ever-changing industry
We report on the highlights from Monaco’s international aesthetic conference