Dr Johanna Ward is a GP with a special interest in clinical dermatology and nutrition. She has worked in clinical dermatology and aesthetics for more than 10 years, having run a chain of skin and laser clinics. She is passionate about the power of preventative and nutritional medicine and lectures nationally and internationally on antiageing and nutrition. She is currently Women’s Health magazine’s resident doctor and is often asked to comment in the media on all things skin and nutrition related.
Practitioners discuss techniques for rejuvenating the lower face and jawline
Dr Helen Robertshaw and clinical educator Victoria Hiscock discuss the science and benefits of topical vitamin C, plus necessary considerations when choosing a vitamin C serum
Aesthetics spends 60 seconds with director of aesthetic distributor HA-Derma, Iveta Vinklerova.
Registered nurse and clinic owner Jane Lewis explores non-surgical treatment options for eye rejuvenation and presents a case study showcasing the results
Dr Shirin Lakhani provides an introduction to how the skin adjusts with the seasons and ways to prepare patients for treatments.
Dr Beata Cybulska explores the use of nutraceuticals for increasing collagen and hyaluronic acid production.
Today clinically proven skincare forms an integral part of aesthetic clinical practice, promoting healthy skin and optimising aesthetic treatment outcomes whilst minimising downtime.
Aesthetics reports on the results of a recent survey suggesting that the majority of women wish they could change the appearance of their hands.
Aesthetics examines the science and the uses of a new skincare range that is formulated using the stem cells from the umbilical cord lining of New Zealand red deer