The recently-established Black Skin Directory held an educational event on skincare myths surrounding black skin on March 29 at Avanti Aesthetics in London.
On December 7 more than 700 aesthetic practitioners, clinics, suppliers, training providers, and other industry companies attended the dazzling Aesthetics Awards 2019.
On November 25 and 26, HA-Derma, IBSA’s UK and Ireland exclusive distributor and training provider, invited practitioners to St George’s University Hospital in London for a training session on full facial anatomy and dissection.
Aesthetic practitioner Dija Ayodele is launching a new book for black patients.
On November 3, Skin Tech Pharma Group collaborated with educational group, the International Plastic Aesthetic Residence (IPAR), to organise a scientific programme aimed at enhancing the clinical practice of its delegates.
Following a successful event in 2016, pharmaceutical company IBSA Italia organised another anatomy training for the use of hyaluronic acid dermal filler injections in Verona on May 18-19.
An introductory day to the aesthetic skincare and product range Circadia was held in Soho, London on November 30, for industry professionals who already stock, or are interested in bringing the range into their clinics.
On Friday 9 June, oculoplastic surgeon Mrs Sabrina Shah-Desai ran a course on fillers, advising on the anatomical basis of restoration and rejuvenation of the male and female facial profile using non–surgical injectable filler treatments.
Aesthetic training company Harley Academy has launched GILD Clinic based in Moorgate, central London, which is the first clinic to be created by a training body.
Global pharmaceutical company Allergan Aesthetics and skincare company Skinbetter Science have collaborated to launch a new initiative to improve diversity in the aesthetic industry.