Aesthetic distributor Vida Aesthetics has launched an oxygen and ozone delivery machine to the UK.
A new poll has indicated that 57% of Britons have a negative attitude towards cosmetic surgery, with more than one in six describing their perception as wholly negative.
Inspired Cosmetic Training held its first New Regulations and Complications Masterclass at La Belle Forme Clinic in Glasgow on September 19.
On September 13, aesthetic distributor Vida Aesthetics invited guests to the Royal Society of Medicine, Chandos House, in London to celebrate the launch of the ATO3M Ozonetherapy machine in the UK.
A roundup of the latest news and events from the British Association of Cosmetic Nurses
The Hamilton Fraser Cosmetic Redress Scheme (CRS) will now be offered to all members of the British Association of Cosmetic Nurses.
Save Face has announced that it has been accredited by The Professional Standards Authority (PSA), allowing for it to be officially recognised by the government as an Accredited Register.
All private healthcare clinics carrying out dental and non-surgical cosmetic interventions in Scotland will now be regulated by Healthcare Improvement Scotland.
On February 10, aesthetic practitioners and representatives of aesthetic bodies attended a roundtable meeting to discuss how new Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) regulations could impact the cosmetic and aesthetic industry.
Insurance company Vantage Professional Risks has introduced a specialist medical and aesthetics branch, Enhance Insurance, through a website launch early last week.