New guidance has been published in the US to prepare aesthetic medical practitioners and their staff to safely return to work.
Peer-reviewed medical journal Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery – Global Open has published a study conducted by the Academic Aesthetics Mastermind Group (AAMG) on the safety of tear trough treatment.
Dermatological research and distribution company SkinMed has released SkinVital Retimitate A.C.E, a new serum that aims to stimulate fibroblast activity to increase collagen, control pigmentation and improve the efficiency of skin cells.
A study conducted by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has revealed that many common sunscreen ingredients can result in exposure levels which exceed the FDA threshold for safety testing.
A recent survey of 2,000 UK participants conducted by medical skincare clinic group sk:n has indicated that many consumers are concerned with the lack of education about the risks associated with cosmetic treatments.
Specialist law firm Cosmetic Surgery Solicitors has teamed up with government-approved register of accredited practitioners, Save Face, to caution would-be patients about discounted injectable treatments.
The British College of Aesthetic Medicine (BCAM) is looking for speakers for its 2020 conference, taking place on Saturday September 19.
The potential danger of surgical smoke or diathermy plumes generated by electrosurgical, laser or ultrasonic devices has been highlighted with the launch of a new association.
In December, global pharmaceutical company Allergan celebrated the beginning of the 30th anniversary celebration for Botox with the ringing of the New York Stock Exchange opening bell.
The first cohort of aesthetic practitioners has graduated with a Master’s degree (MSc) in Non-Surgical Aesthetic Practice from Northumbria University.