A UK survey of 1,000 women conducted by laser developer and manufacturer Cynosure suggests that almost 50% are encouraged to refine their body shape and lose stubborn fat after seeing an unflattering photo of themselves.
The Aesthetics Conference and Exhibition (ACE), hosted by Aesthetics Media Ltd, has been shortlisted in the category for UK Conference of the Year over 1,500 Delegates at the Conference Awards 2019.
Interest in medial aesthetics is at an all-time high according to a new report by global pharmaceutical company Allergan, which questioned individuals about their perceptions of beauty.
The Department of Health and Social Care will launch a media awareness campaign on May 13 to highlight the potential dangers and safety issues around surgical and non-surgical aesthetic treatments in the UK.
A recent poll of 1,033 UK women aged between 18 and 30 has highlighted patient perceptions of non-surgical and surgical cosmetic treatments.
Cosmetic insurance provider Hamilton Fraser has published the results of an anonymous online survey consisting of more than 300 cosmetic and aesthetic practitioners in the UK.
On March 19 the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued letters of warning to two US breast implant manufacturers, Mentor Worldwide LLC and Sientra Inc.
Independent accreditation body Save Face has launched a petition with Cosmetic Surgery Solicitors to protect young and vulnerable patients against the impact of social media on motivations to seek cosmetic surgery.
World-renowned plastic surgeon Dr Mauricio De Maio led an interactive press and consumer experience at One Marylebone in London on March 7.
A survey conducted by online resource RealSelf found that the top-ranked non-surgical treatment was the diVa vaginal therapy, a laser used to address changes in vaginal health, with a ranking of 100%.