According to the NHS, male-pattern baldness (androgenic or androgenetic alopecia) affects half of all men by the time they turn 50, whilst female pattern baldness affects an estimated eight million women in the UK. David Jacobs asks practitioners how to best treat these patients.
Practitioners discuss techniques for rejuvenating the lower face and jawline
Dr David Jack outlines the different non-surgical body contouring treatments available and the results that they aim to achieve
Dr Sotirios Foutsizoglou discusses the benefits, limitations and controversy associated with performing hair restoration surgery on younger patients
Fleur-Louise Newsom explores the various physical and emotional symptoms associated with the menopause, and how these can be managed
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 David Jack details the treatment of overactive sweat glands in the soles of the feet and palms of the hands in an aesthetic practice
Aesthetic nurse prescriber Shelia Maclean details the symptoms of rosacea and how IPL can be used to treat the condition
Aesthetics investigates the annual cosmetic surgery data from BAAPS and discusses what it could mean for the growth of the non-surgical specialty
Sales manager Sally-Anne Whybrow examines how finance options can help to keep aesthetic clinics on track for expansion.