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 Wednesday March 20, the online resource for patients with skin of colour, Black Skin Directory, hosted an educational skincare event teaching patients about skincare options and treatments most suited to darker skin tones.
On November 28, Aesthetics Award-winning Black Skin Directory hosted an event titled New year, New Skincare Rules held at the Adonia Medical Clinic in London.
Aesthetic clinic chains the Private Clinic and Cosmetics Skin Clinic have offered up their teams to help as volunteers to administer the AstraZeneca vaccine.
Aesthetic practitioner Dija Ayodele is launching a new book for black patients.
Aesthetic distributor AestheticSource has launched a new website section to continue to provide its customers with evidence-based, CPD-accredited online webinar training.
The online resource for patients with skin of colour, Black Skin Directory, is holding a CPD-certified workshop on March 12 for practitioners to learn how to address concerns from patients with skin of colour.
The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) has approved a drug combination of dabrafenib with trametinib for treating patients who have previously been affected by skin cancer, melanoma.
University College London (UCL) has become the first global academic institution to offer a Master’s of Surgery (MS) in Aesthetics and Minimally-invasive Aesthetics, supported by The British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (BAAPS).