The HydraFacial world tour treatments began in New York on 1 May before the European leg of the tour started in London. According to HydraFacial, the aim of the tour was to introduce people across the US, Europe and Asia to the treatment.
The Great British Academy of Aesthetic Medicine (GBAAM), a British academy dedicated to raising standards of training in aesthetic medicine, recently hosted the Aesthetic Medicine Scientific Congress in Shanghai, China. The event took place at the Kerry Hotel, Pudong in Shanghai on April 17 and 18.
Medical aesthetics distributor, AestheticSource, has won the NeoStrata Company Inc Award for Creative Marketing Effort at the International Distributor Awards for the second time.
A survey led by American aesthetic news website ZALEA suggests that 40% of millennials have either undergone a cosmetic procedure or are considering one in the next year.
Following the launch of the Advanced Perfecting Shield SPF30 earlier this year, global aesthetic manufacturer Teoxane has released clinical studies and evidence aimed to support the efficacy of the product.
Dalvi Humzah Aesthetic Training (DHAT) has announced that US-based dermatologist Dr Hema Sundaram will be joining the team as one of its honorary international tutors.
The website for The Acne and Rosacea Association (ARA) UK has launched, allowing for both practitioners and patients to learn more about the skin conditions.
Lindsay Gray has been confirmed as the new London representative for distributor, Eden Aesthetics.
Aesthetics reports on the highlights of the 16th Aesthetic & Anti-Aging Medicine World Congress
Friends, family, colleagues and members of the press met at the Ham Yard Hotel in Soho, central London, on April 5 to celebrate the launch of consultant dermatologist at Skin55 Dr Anjali Mahto’s first book, The Skincare Bible: Your No-Nonsense Guide to Great Skin.