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.
Cosmeceutical company SkinCeuticals has released two retails kits; the Age Renewal System and the Clarifying Skin System.
Independent accreditation body Save Face has confirmed that it has launched a series of training events to help aesthetic practitioners more easily recognise and diagnose body dysmorphic disorder (BDD).
On April 18 and 19, international delegates were invited to Malta to attend an educational event hosted by IBSA Italia.
International training provider the Great British Academy of Aesthetic Medicine (GBAAM) will be hosting its third annual Scientific Congress on April 26.
Medical device company Theradome Inc has launched a new online course that will educate medical and aesthetic practitioners in laser phototherapy for the treatment of hair loss.
Aesthetic practitioner Dr Tapan Patel will be launching a new learning experience called Ignite, designed for beginner and novice practitioners.
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.
The International Master Course on Ageing Science (IMCAS) Academy has launched a mobile app for its e-learning platform.
Skincare company, Frénésies has launched the 3 Zone Facial Kit. The three products are designed to be used together, aiming to treat and target individual skin concerns.