Aesthetics product manufacturer VIVACY UK has appointed Rachael Hall as its new sales representative for Scotland. Hall previously worked as brand manager for skincare brand Elemis.
Software company OMG Software has launched Visage, a software system aimed to support aesthetic practitioners in managing their clinics.
Skincare brand Digital Defence has introduced a new range of products to protect the skin from day-to-day exposure to digital screen technology.
Marketing and design agency Cosmetic Digital has rebranded and launched a new website and blog.
Laser and IPL manufacturer Lynton has launched the Lynton Business School.
Microneedling device SkinPen Precision has been awarded a Class IIa CE Certification mark by the British Standards Institution (BSI).
On November 28, pharmaceutical company IBSA Derma held its 2nd Virtual Congress with a spotlight on Profhilo.
Aesthetic practitioner and founder of VIVA Skin Clinics, Dr Rupert Critchley, has launched a new training scheme for aesthetic injectors.
Business management software company Phorest is launching a video consultations feature to help clinics conduct full appointments, pre-appointments and retail consultations in an online setting.
Practitioners, clinics, manufacturers and distributors in the aesthetics specialty will again have the opportunity to win a prestigious Aesthetics Award, with applications opening on May 2.