New Government guidelines in England permitting the reopening of the beauty industry following the COVID-19 pandemic still restrict practitioners performing facial treatments.
Today the Government announced that the resuming of close contact services such as facial cosmetic treatments that were due to resume in England tomorrow will be postponed until at least August 15.
A group of 10 leading international aesthetic practitioners have created and published guidelines for preferred practice in an aesthetic clinic to protect clinic staff and patients from SARS‐CoV‐2 infection.
According to a survey of 2,031 medical aesthetic practitioners, 41% are planning to operate in the UK from July 4 following the COVID-19 lockdown.
New coronavirus lockdown rules published by Public Health England on Friday afternoon state that providers of cosmetic, aesthetic and wellness treatments are not permitted to reopen until further notice.
Moneypenny, a telephone answering and live chat provider for healthcare sectors, has launched a new online COVID-19 self-screening bot.
A new survey conducted by aesthetic dentist Dr Yiannis Valilas, owner of the Antiwrinkle Clinic in London, has revelaed that 70% of 20 participants said that they had seen an increase of lines and wrinkles during lockdown, and more than 50% said they believed they now looked more tired.
Cosmeceutical company Skinbrands has partnered with skincare manufacturer Medik8 to help produce support packages for aesthetic businesses, which will include free PPE and a 20% discount for Medik8 orders.
CCR 2020, as part of events company Easyfairs, has been postponed until October 14 and 15 next year.
The American College of Surgeons (ACS) has released a new surgical resource document titled ‘Local Resumption of Elective Surgery Guidance’, as a guide for facilities that are preparing to resume elective surgery once COVID-19 has peaked in their respective areas.