On June 8 and 9 pharmaceutical company Sinclair Pharma hosted the World Experts Meeting (WEM) in Seoul, Korea.
Aesthetic practitioner Dr Sophie Shotter invited consumer and trade journalists to the Marylebone Hotel on June 25 to share her latest non-surgical lifting techniques with the industry and introduce her brand-new protocols.
Non-invasive aesthetic device manufacturer Venus Concept held an event at Chandos House in London on Monday June 10 for current and prospective customers to watch presentations, learn tips and tricks for new treatments, and to engage with other clinic owners.
Two new lines have been added to the Skinade supplement portfolio called Skinade Targeted Solutions and Skinade|MD Pre+Post Care Programme.
For a third year, practitioners were invited by training provider Cosmetic Courses to attend a full day of learning at the Royal Society of Medicine.
US hair loss technology provider Kerastem has confirmed that patients who underwent the Phase 2 clinical trial in early-stage hair loss achieved an increase in mean terminal hair count in men with early hair loss when compared to the control group. Based on these results, Kerastem plans to begin a Phase 3 clinical trial later this year.
Global skincare company Obagi Medical has launched a worldwide initiative that is designed to celebrate diversity, titled SKINCLUSION.
A non-surgical, non-permanent gastric balloon that is designed to suppress appetite and teach portion control has now been launched into the UK aesthetic market, called the Elipse.
In August last year high street retailer Superdrug announced that it would be offering a Skin Renew Service featuring botulinum toxin and filler treatments to customers in its London Strand store.
Skincare company PCA Skin has added a new skin brightening product to its portfolio, called the Enzymatic Treatment.