Aesthetic practitioner Dr Rekha Tailor gives an overview of the most popular treatment options for transgender patients
Consultant plastic surgeon Mr Ali Juma outlines why he believes all aesthetic practitioners should undergo training with the use of cadavers.
Dr Johanna Ward is a GP with a special interest in clinical dermatology and nutrition. She has worked in clinical dermatology and aesthetics for more than 10 years, having run a chain of skin and laser clinics. She is passionate about the power of preventative and nutritional medicine and lectures nationally and internationally on antiageing and nutrition. She is currently Women’s Health magazine’s resident doctor and is often asked to comment in the media on all things skin and nutrition related.
Professor Bob Khanna reflects on his career of more than 23 years in the industry and shares advice on what he has learnt.
Mr Ayad Harb introduces non-surgical rhinoplasty as a viable alternative for patients seeking to correct the complications of surgery and presents a case study of a successful treatment
Aesthetics looks at the unique opportunities available to delegates at the unmissable Aesthetics Conference and Exhibition on March 1-2
Chartered accountant Jonathan Bardolph explores common pitfalls surrounding VAT in aesthetics and explains the new regulations for making tax digital
Mr Amr Raheem discusses the various options available for successfully correcting erectile dysfunction with non-surgical procedures.
Dr MJ Rowland-Warmann shares her technique for the use of infiltration anaesthesia in the eyelids during plasma treatment
Digital marketing consultant Adam Hampson and marketing content executive Lottie Staples explain how periodically changing and rewriting website content positively benefits your SEO