Chloé Gronow is the Deputy Editor & Communications Manager at Aesthetics. She started her career with Aesthetics as a journalist in May 2014, before taking on the role of Assistant Editor in 2015 and her current role in 2016. Chloé is responsible for overseeing the production of the monthly journal and managing the communications for the journal, Aesthetics Awards and Aesthetics Conference and Exhibition (ACE). 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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In the same week as the release of a controversial video discussing beauty therapists training using a cadaver, HEE published its recommendations for the safe delivery of cosmetic procedures and the Joint Council for Cosmetic Practitioners was launched. Aesthetics reports on the debates and developments in the industry so far this year
We report on the highlights from the Aesthetics Awards 2015
Aesthetics explores the efficacy of the new no-needle dermo-cosmetic filler gaining traction in the UK
Aesthetics explores the prevalence of negative reporting on our industry and talks to media professionals about how it can be improved
Practitioners discuss how to safely and successfully remove unwanted tattoos
Snapchat and Instagram are becoming ever more popular in the cosmetic surgery and aesthetic specialty, with photographs and videos being used to showcase procedures and the results of treatment. Aesthetics asks practitioners, how ethical is this? And, is doing so an effective marketing tool?
Aesthetics visits Allergan Pharmaceuticals in Ireland to learn more about the Botox manufacturing process
Aesthetics outlines the varied scientific agenda for the international Master Course on Ageing Science (IMCAS) World Congress in Paris.
Practitioners discuss techniques for rejuvenating the lower face and jawline
Practitioners share advice on how to safely and successfully treat hyperpigmentation with chemical peels