The industry’s first Ofqual-regulated qualification for injectables in aesthetic medicine at level 7, Industry Qualifications (IQ), is no longer recognised by Ofqual.
The Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has upheld a decision to ban a clinic’s marketing materials advertising injectable vitamin D and vitamin B12.
A roundup of the latest news and events from the British Association of Cosmetic Nurses
Aesthetics product manufacturer VIVACY UK has appointed Chloee Alesbury as its new product specialist for the South West.
Following the postponement of ACE 2020 on March 13 and 14, Aesthetics Clinical Advisory Board member Dr Tapan Patel offered to hold a free workshop for a small group of practitioners who had travelled to London for the event.
On March 6, Thames Skin Clinic opened its doors to journalists and practitioners for its spring launch event.
A survey conducted by aesthetic practitioners Dr Mohamed Hani and Dr Philippe Hamida-Pisal has indicated that there is a lack of standardisation for the training and practical use of hyaluronidase in aesthetic practice.
The British Association of Beauty Therapy and Cosmetology (BABTAC) has released a statement expressing concerns with the rise of non-medically trained influencers administering injectables.
Aesthetic product manufacturer BioScience GmbH has launched Hyaprof, a new injectable line which combines monodensified and polydensified dermal fillers.
The Scottish Government has proposed a new legislation for the aesthetics industry which could see non-medical practitioners requiring a license in order to perform injectable treatments.