Preparations for the long-awaited ‘Oscars of aesthetics’ taking place as a digital ceremony on May 28 are in full swing, with clinics, practitioners and aesthetic companies all over the UK and Ireland coming together to celebrate.
Aesthetic and cosmetic practitioners in the UK have paid tribute to Brazilian plastic surgeon Ivo Pitanguy, who passed away aged 93 on August 6.
Clinic group Skin HQ has announced an official partnership with skincare company iS Clinical.
Innoture, the manufacturer of microchanneling skincare treatment line Radara, has confirmed that Church Pharmacy is now distributing the products.
Aesthetic supplier Med-fx is launching its first High Street pharmacy which will be located near Harley Street in London.
Consultant plastic, reconstructive and aesthetic surgeon Mr Dalvi Humzah has become the president of the seventh F.A.C.E 2 f@ce Congress, an international aesthetic congress that will take place in Cannes, France on September 15 and 16.
The president of the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (BAAPS), Miss Mary O'Brien, has launched a podcast called Knife to Life.
Hyaluronic acid product developer IBSA Italia and energy-based medical and aesthetic manufacturer Alma have announced an agreement of strategic partnership.
Consultant dermatologist Dr Anjali Mahto is now based at 55 Harley Street.
On November 17 injectable company Luminera hosted its first UK workshop at Elite Academy on Harley Street.