Professor Marcos Sforza argues the importance of using scientifically-supported products across the aesthetics specialty.
Dr Beata Cybulska explores the use of nutraceuticals for increasing collagen and hyaluronic acid production.
Today clinically proven skincare forms an integral part of aesthetic clinical practice, promoting healthy skin and optimising aesthetic treatment outcomes whilst minimising downtime.
Practitioners outline how they communicate the benefits of offering a multi-treatment approach to patients.
Aesthetics examines the science and the uses of a new skincare range that is formulated using the stem cells from the umbilical cord lining of New Zealand red deer
Hyperpigmentation is high on the list of skin concerns affecting most people and in the summer UVA and UVB rays aggravate hyperpigmentation causing patches to become darker.
Aesthetics discovers the premises behind Alumier MD’s funding for education and conservation in South Africa.
The recent SkinCeuticals Expert Masterclass, held at the Bulgari Hotel in London, focused on practical ways to integrate cosmeceutical skincare into daily aesthetic practice.
Dr Chandni Rajani explores the use of botulinum toxin for the treatment of oily skin
At SkinCeuticals, global scientific director Hina Choudhary is responsible for ensuring scientific integrity across all phases of product development, including clinical testing and scientific communication. We welcome the opportunity to ask her a few key questions…