Aesthetic nurse prescriber Lorna Bowes details the role of hydration in healthy skin
A look at the highlights of the Aesthetics Conference and Exhibition 2017
Following the Government’s recent announcement that it plans to ban microbeads by 2017, Aesthetics investigates the use of the ingredient in skincare
Aesthetics speaks to practitioners about how they think the Brexit vote could impact the industry in the UK
On April 27 and 28, aesthetic professionals from across the UK will join together for two days of education and networking at the Aesthetics Conference and Exhibition. Read on to find out what you will gain from attending!
We look at the highlights from the Aesthetics Conference and Exhibition 2016
With new research predicting the global cosmeceutical market will reach $61 billion US dollars by 2020, Aesthetics investigates what could be driving the market and fuelling growth
Aesthetics reports on the highlights from Paris’ international aesthetics conference
The concept of skin treatments is certainly not new, stories of peeling go back to the time of Cleopatra in Ancient Egypt, while Ayurvedic skincare and medical traditions can be traced back 5,000 years in South Asia and India.
In its numerous formations, vitamin A is used to treat photoaged skin and acne. Allie Anderson explores its indications, limitations and best practice