Get the recognition you deserve at the most prestigious awards ceremony in aesthetics
Following the spectacular success of 2018, the Aesthetics Awards is back and ready to reward the best of the best in the non-surgical aesthetic specialty.
It’s the event that everyone is talking about, but who is on their way to winning a coveted Aesthetic Award? We announce the shortlisted finalists. Over the past few weeks the entries have been flooding in for the second annual Aesthetic Awards in Association with Cosmetic News. With so many high calibre entries to sort through, picking the final shortlisted nominees has not been an easy task. Those who have been lucky enough to make the final cut will now be in with a chance of taking home a gong on the night. With a total of 30 categories, the awards have been designed to acknowledge those who have gone that extra mile over the last year. The Aesthetic Awards is the first and premier awards evening in the industry that gives both practitioners and suppliers a chance to celebrate their achievements with their friends and peers. The Aesthetic Awards is being sponsored by Syneron Candela (Silver Sponsor) and Kelo-cote® (Bronze Sponsor), and will take place at a glamorous Moulin Rouge themed event on the evening of Saturday December 1 at The Grand Connaught Rooms in Covent Garden. The nominees are…
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