Laser manufacturer Lynton is updating its skin and laser course, extending the training by an extra day.
A roundup of the latest news and events from the British Association of Cosmetic Nurses
Energy device manufacturer Alma Lasers has launched a special edition of the Harmony XL PRO, a multi-application platform that aims to treat common skin concerns such as vascular lesions, pigmented lesions, hair removal and acne.
Aesthetic manufacturer PURESKIN has released the new Vega QS Q-switched Nd:YAG system.
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.
Aesthetic distributor and manufacturer Cosmo Pro will launch the DIOX carboxytherapy system in January 2020. Cosmo Pro explains that the carbon dioxide (CO2) therapy utilises patent technology for the micro-injection of CO2 that can be used to treat skin laxity, cellulite, acne, scars and varicose veins, as well as other common concerns.
A chemical peel aimed at improving the external appearance of the vagina has been launched into the UK, called the Pink Intimate System.
Laser and light-based medical provider Cutera Medical Ltd has launched a new laser and IPL training programme with free of charge spaces on its first Core of Knowledge course, running on December 2.
Key opinion leader for Venus Concept UK Ms Magdalena Atta-Motte will present a pilot study on the Tribella treatment by Venus Versa at the at International Conference on Dermatology & Cosmetology (ICDC) in Kuala Lumpur on November 26-27.
On September 12-15, more than 250 delegates from 35 countries attend the first ever Alma Academy meeting hosted at the Sheraton Rhodes resort in Greece.