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The hands are an often-overlooked area of aesthetic medicine that can be improved upon to give a more complete anti-ageing improvement. The hand ages similarly to the face, with volume loss, wrinkling and pigmentation changes. The hands also have more tendons and veins, which become exposed with...
Ten years ago, Botulinum toxin was approved by the US Food and Drug Administration for the treatment of migraines. Dr Tariq Sumrein details how this effective treatment works and what this means for aesthetic practitioners and the future of aesthetic medicine
Female ageing is associated with sexual decline and well-documented symptoms of decreased metabolism, increased visceral fat deposits, decreased mobility, increased incidence of body aches and impaired self-confidence, which can lead to depression, marital dissatisfaction, conflicts or apathy....
There are many patients requesting cosmetic procedures who also struggle with mental health issues. These can include body dysmorphia, eating disorders, depression and anxiety. If aesthetic practitioners are able to recognise mental health, it will go some way to protect those for whom cosmetic...
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...
Julia Kendrick shares her top tips to upskill your clinic PR for a successful business approach, including what to mention in online campaigns, how often they should launched and who to target
Adam Bernstein sheds light on Companies House and what it means for businesses in the UK
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