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Over the last few decades, aesthetic procedures and plastic surgery have been associated with delaying the ageing process. However, the rise of social media, alongside the ‘Kardashian effect’, has brought about a new phenomenen in younger generations seeking to enhance their beauty
This article sets out the Jount Council for Practitioners/Cosmetic Practice Standards Authority position regarding responsible prescribing of POMs used in aesthetic practice. The guidance accords with that set down by the majority of the healthcare professional regulators and by the Royal...
The popularity of cosmetic procedures appears to be on the rise. While this may be the outcome of many factors, including the increasing availability, accessibility and affordability of such procedures, the important and influential role of body image and levels of body dissatisfaction as...
Obesity has been defined as abnormal or excessive fat accumulation that may impair health. Obesity is associated with multiple comorbidities, affecting mechanical systems within the body as well as metabolic and mental health. If a person is overweight or obese, a loss of 5–10% of total body...
Demand for long-term hair reduction treatments has increased dramatically around the world in recent years, due to traditional factors, fashion, sport, wellbeing and health requirements. Some of the most popular options include laser and intense pulsed light (IPL) treatments, which are often...
Earlier this year, the NMC published new guidance regarding remote prescribing. JAN's consultant editor, Cheryl Barton, comments on the implications of this
In this regular feature, aesthetic nurse Claudia McGloin presents a brief synopsis of a range of recently published articles on medical aesthetics. Research roundup aims to provide an overview, rather than a detailed summary and critique, of the papers selected. Should you wish to look at any of...
IS EN 16844 aesthetic medicine services: non-surgical medical procedures has now been published in Ireland. Two years on, what does this mean for Irish nurses and what has changed in Irish aesthetics?
In recent years, a great deal of attention has been paid to the diagnosis and management of complications arising from the use of dermal fillers. However, alongside the clinical factors, professional considerations must not be neglected, because to do so can lead to often avoidable claims
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