The Aesthetics Awards 2014

01 May 2014

The Aesthetics Awards bring together the very best in medical aesthetics and leaders in the industry to celebrate the achievements of the past year.

For 2014, twenty-one prestigious awards categories have been designed to recognise the finalists and winners for their services to the profession and industry. Awards are presented to those who have worked hard to represent the highest standards and have truly excelled in the field of aesthetic medicine, from clinics and individual practitioners to manufacturers and suppliers.
Following the success of last year’s awards, the 2014 event will be bigger and more glamorous than ever. To be held on Saturday 6th December at the luxurious Park Plaza Hotel in Westminster, the evening will play host to 500 guests, new award categories and exciting entertainment. Aesthetics is delighted to announce Changing Faces as the official charity of the awards once again. Entries will be open from 12th May until the end of June, whereby a shortlist of finalists will be selected based on the key category criteria. Finalists will be announced in September and online voting and judging will commence until the end of October. The award winners, and those who have been highly commended and commended in their categories, will be announced at the awards presentation evening in December and winners will be invited on to the stage to receive their award in front of an audience of their peers, colleagues and friends. 

The categories for The Aesthetics Awards 2014 are as follows: 

The Pinnell Award for Product Innovation

This award recognises the most innovative and dynamic products on the market. To be eligible for nomination, products must have been launched into the UK market in the 12 months before the 2014 Awards entries opened. Entrants should demonstrate how their product provides a new and original treatment, leading to a better patient experience.

Cosmeceutical Range/Product of the Year

This award will go to the best cosmeceutical range or product. This can be any professional use product range but must be retailed in UK medical aesthetics clinics. The winner should demonstrate support from practitioners and strong safety and efficacy evidence.

Injectable Product of the Year

This award will go to the manufacturer or UK distributor of the injectable product deemed to be the best available in the UK. Entrants will be required to explain the potential and realistic outcomes of treatment along with good evidence of safety and efficacy. 

Treatment of the Year

This award will be given to the manufacturer or supplier with the best medical aesthetic treatment as voted for by Aesthetics journal readers. The winner should show how this treatment is a valuable addition to the UK market for patients and practitioners.

Equipment Supplier of the Year

Taking into account customer service, support for practitioners and product range, this award will be presented to the company voted as the best equipment supplier in the UK.

The Janeé Parsons Award for Sales Representative of the Year, supported by Healthxchange Pharmacy

This award, given in memory of Obagi territory manager Janeé Parsons, will be presented to the UK industry sales representative who is deemed to have provided the best service to his or her company, customers and ultimately patients.

Best Customer Service by a Manufacturer/Supplier

This award acknowledges the manufacturer or supplier that voters believe has offered the best service in terms of practitioner support, customer training and client relations.

Distributor of the Year

This award acknowledges the vital role played by UK distributors who bring new, international products and treatments to the UK market. The winner will be voted for on the basis of their customer service, product range and services to the industry.

Training Initiative of the Year

This award will be presented to the training provider or individual trainer who is considered to have advanced the education of aesthetic medical professionals most effectively during 2014 through their course. Judges will take into consideration the dynamic method of delivery, attendee reviews and outcomes for participants. 

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