On November 4, more than 200 aesthetic professionals united for the inaugural Regenerative Aesthetic Medicine Conference and Exhibition (RAMCE) at the Nobu Hotel in London.
Hosted by regenerative aesthetics distributor DermaFocus, the event gave practitioners the opportunity to learn more about treatments that focus on targeting ageing concerns and transforming skin and hair quality.
Polynucleotides, platelet-rich plasma and exosomes were all discussed, with advice on how to combine these regenerative treatments with other modalities for enhanced aesthetic results.
Speakers included Mr Dalvi Humzah, Dr David Eccleston and Mr Ali Ghanem, as well as Dr Raquel Amado, Dr Uche Aniagwu and Dr Nichola Conlon.
Topics explored the synergy between hyaluronic acid and polynucleotides, regenerating the eye area and priming skin for optimal results.
The event was also supported by 17 exhibitors offering products, services and devices that benefit practitioners carrying out regenerative aesthetic treatments. Companies included Aesthetic Nurse Software, Church Pharmacy, Dermalux, Hamilton Fraser, InMode, John Bannon Pharmacy, Nuchido and more.
director of DermaFocus, Milad Bemana, said, “We decided to create RAMCE as
there’s such a buzz around regenerative aesthetics, with lots of practitioners
wanting to learn more. The education delivered by our faculty has been out of
this world and so well received. We’re also hugely grateful to our exhibitors
for supporting us with our first event and showcasing how they can support our