UK aesthetic distributor Schuco Aesthetics has relocated its premises from Watford to Leavesden Park.
From this month Med-fx will distribute up to 200 products, including fillers and toxins, to customers within Ireland.
Innoture, the manufacturer of microchanneling skincare treatment line Radara, has confirmed that Church Pharmacy is now distributing the products.
Global pharmaceutical company Merz will divide into three independently operating businesses: Merz Aesthetics, Therapeutics and Consumer Care.
Wigmore Medical’s first exclusive open day for 2017 took place at the Royal Society of Medicine on April 4.
Manufacturer of non-invasive aesthetic devices Venus Concept has introduced its practice enhancement programme to its customers in the UK and Ireland.
John Bannon Pharmacy will now supply Princess Dermal Fillers, Princess PDO Threads and the Plasma device, distributed in the UK by Schuco Aesthetics.
Singapore-based biotech company CellResearch Corporation, the owners of cord-lining stem cell-based cosmeceutical, Calecim Professional, has awarded exclusive distribution rights in Italy to pharmaceutical company Giuliani.
Zenith Cosmetics hosted a launch event in Nottingham to welcome new cellulite treatment Cellfina to its clinic on October 19.
Aftercare spray Derma-Seal will now be distributed by medical aesthetic suppliers Wigmore Medical, John Bannon Pharmacy and Church Pharmacy, as well as being available on Amazon.