The UK’s leading dermatologists, plastic surgeons and aesthetic practitioners will be coming together on Friday 10 November in Birmingham, to explore the latest in new skin treatments and technologies.
Weight is of high concern to 52% of people who feel they are ‘fat’ and think about it every day, according to results from a recent survey.
New research from the University of Liverpool has suggested 10% of the face is missed when applying sunscreen.
The Q-switched Nd:YAG laser has shown positive results inthe treatment of xanthelasma palpebrarum in Asian patients,according to a recent study published in the Journal of theAmerican Academy of Dermatology.
The International Association of Aesthetic Gynaecology and Sexual Wellbeing's (IAAGSW) first conference will take place this year on October 27-28 at the Royal Society of Medicine, London.
On Friday 9 June, oculoplastic surgeon Mrs Sabrina Shah-Desai ran a course on fillers, advising on the anatomical basis of restoration and rejuvenation of the male and female facial profile using non–surgical injectable filler treatments.
The British Association of Body Sculpting (BABS) held its first live anatomy workshop for cosmetic surgeons at King's College London on May 19.
A survey has suggested that 47% of adults are bothered by the appearance of the area under their chin.
Practitioners came together to attend the The International Association of Aesthetic Gynaecology and Sexual Wellbeing’s (IAAGSW) first Middle East Training in Aesthetic Gynaecology at the Dusit Thani Hotel, Cairo on March 10.
A launch event was held for a new clinic in central London on the evening of Wednesday March 1.