As 2014 draws to a close, Aesthetics speaks to practitioners working across the UK to reflect on the developments, achievements, and problems faced by our ever-changing industry
On Saturday 8 and Sunday 9 March the medical aesthetics community came together in London for ACE 2014. We report on some of the many highlights.
With the long-awaited government response to the Keogh report published this month, we asked members of our editorial board to share their reactions
Practitioners discuss the importance of a cocktail approach to lower face ageing, sharing their tips and techniques
At the beginning of a new year, we asked the members of our editorial advisory board what they predict will be the most important developments and key trends in aesthetic medicine in 2014
We are delighted that the Aesthetics Media and CCR teams have joined to enable and support a full portfolio of media opportunities, encompassing the Aesthetics Conference and Exhibition (ACE), the CCR surgical and non-surgical conference/exhibition, the Aesthetics Awards, and the Aesthetics journal news and education platform both in print and online.