In August last year high street retailer Superdrug announced that it would be offering a Skin Renew Service featuring botulinum toxin and filler treatments to customers in its London Strand store.
High street retailer Superdrug, which started offering a botulinum toxin and dermal filler service last year, has said that it will introduce tougher mental health checks for patients as a result of concerns voiced by the NHS.
Superdrug has launched the Skin Renew Service, which will provide anti-wrinkle and skin rejuvenation injectable treatments.
Aesthetic practitioner and medical director of the Laser and Light Cosmetic Medical Skin Clinic, Dr Tahera Bhojani-Lynch has won the award for best European paper award in Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery – Global Open for 2017.
Global pharmaceutical company Allergan is launching a website to support healthcare professionals working within medical aesthetics called Allergan Spark.
Aesthetic distributor Merz has launched a dermal filler containing a combination of hyaluronic acid and glycerol called Belotero Revive.
Interest in medial aesthetics is at an all-time high according to a new report by global pharmaceutical company Allergan, which questioned individuals about their perceptions of beauty.
The Aesthetic Complications Expert (ACE) Group has reported 389 filler-related complications that were submitted to its Facebook forum, of its then 1,700 members, between January 2016 to June 2018.
Prime Minister Theresa May has addressed concerns regarding patient safety and regulation in the non-surgical cosmetic sector in the House of Commons on January 23.
Aesthetic training provider Cosmetic Courses is now offering medical professionals training in the safe and effective use of Juvéderm Volux.