Chloé Gronow is the Editor & Content 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, Deputy Editor & Communications Manger in 2016 and her current role in 2019. Chloé is responsible for overseeing the production of the monthly journal and managing the content 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.
If you are interested in writing for the journal or have any editorial enquiries email email@example.com or call 0207 148 1292.
Cosmetic dentist and aesthetic practitioner Dr Rikin Parekh leads the Avanti Aesthetics Academy in Harley Street. He talks comprehensive training and continual support
Aesthetics investigates the challenges patients with higher Fitzpatrick skin types face in finding a suitable practitioner and explores how this can be improved
Aesthetic practitioners discuss how to take, store and utilise before and after images
A look at the new General Data Protection Regulation and how it applies to aesthetic practitioners
The Aesthetics Conference and Exhibition (ACE) 2018 took place on April 27 and 28 at the Business Design Centre in London.
Introducing Motus AY from Lynton, designed for the practitioner that values efficacy and the client who chooses “pain free”
In June this year the Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH) published a report that examines how attitudes to ageing can affect health and wellbeing.
Dr Rosh Ravindran details the occurrence of cellulite dimples and how Cellfina® offers successful treatment.
Practitioners outline how they communicate the benefits of offering a multi-treatment approach to patients.
Aesthetics reports on the results of a recent survey suggesting that the majority of women wish they could change the appearance of their hands.