The team from aesthetic device company BTL Aesthetics UK are showing their support to those with skin disease by taking part in The Wacky Rally.
Research by skin-checking app Miiskin and The British Skin Foundation has revealed that nearly a quarter of Brits have never checked their skin for life-threatening changes, despite a surge in skin cancer deaths over the last decade.
Aesthetic practitioner, Dr Nestor Demosthenous will be performing a tandem skydive on April 22 to raise money for the Edinburgh Children’s Hospital Charity (ECHC).
The British Skin Foundation (BSF) celebrated its 20th anniversary at the Skin Deep: 20 Years of Research conference on October 13 at the Royal College of Physicians, London.
According to a study published in Nature journal, researchers in Australia have discovered two rare forms of melanoma that are not caused by sun exposure unlike the cutaneous melanoma that is strongly linked to UV radiation.
A survey conducted by the British Skin Foundation has suggested that 77% of British dermatologists agree that sunbeds should be banned in the UK.
A survey conducted by the American Academy of Dermatology (AAD) suggests women have more knowledge about the severity of skin cancer compared to men.
A new drug has been developed that aims to mimic sunlight and cause the skin to tan without the damaging effects of UV radiation.
On Saturday June 10 the Aesthetics team took part in a 5K walk to raise money for a charity dedicated to women affected by cervical cancer and cervical abnormalities.
On October 13, aesthetic practitioner and owner of London’s PHI clinic, Dr Tapan Patel and his wife Gudiya Patel, who founded the PHI-Lanthropy charity together, held a gala ball for colleagues, patients and friends at the Montcalm Hotel in Marble Arch, London.