Laser manufacturer Lynton is updating its skin and laser course, extending the training by an extra day.
The UK Government has published an independent inquiry into the malpractice of former plastic surgeon Ian Paterson, who was convicted to 20 years in prison after being found guilty of wounding with intent.
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.
Digital agency Web Marketing Clinic instigated an engaging debate on ‘age-gating’ on Instagram this week, asking if clinics should set a minimum age requirement for their Instagram page.
A roundup of the latest news and events from the British Association of Cosmetic Nurses
The Joint Council for Cosmetic Practitioners (JCCP) has released a statement clarifying its stance on practitioners offering treatments that currently fall outside the remit of the body.
The Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) is celebrating a century of pride and awareness about the vital role nurses, working across all health and care settings, play in the UK.
General practitioners working in Dubai have been granted authorisation to practice minor cosmetic procedures following training for the first time.
Medical aesthetic practitioners have raised safety and regulation concerns after ex-Love Island star and personal trainer Rykard Jenkins posted images on Instagram of himself training to administer botulinum toxin.
Aesthetic device company Candela has been confirmed as the sponsor for the Best Clinic Group, UK & Ireland (3 clinics or more) category in the 2019 Aesthetics Awards, taking place on the December 7.