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Facial rejuvenation treatments include any injectables or skin interventions that make the face appear younger. This article aims to improve treatment outcomes by assisting practitioners in selecting optimum treatment for patients depending on their individual needs, whether that is wrinkle...
Within the aesthetics sector, the popularity of skinboosters is increasing, with the benefits of hyaluronic acid, particularly its hydrating effect, being sought after among patients who are looking for improved skin complexion. Seventy Hyal 2000 is a new skinbooster in the market that is...
Dermal filler-based enhancement of the jawline has become a popular method of non-surgical facial rejuvenation. This relatively novel application of fillers has the ability to camouflage the early senescence of the lower face caused by bony erosion, soft tissue ptosis, and volumetric changes in...
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...
Anna Baker provides an update on some upcoming events and gives an insight into her talk at the British Association of Cosmetic Nurses Spring Symposium in April
Following the UK Government publishing its response to the 2021 Paterson inquiry, Sally Taber explains what this means for the medical aesthetics sector
While improvements and renovations can be expensive, clinics that follow the rules set down by HM Revenue and Customs can make large savings on their expenditure, says Adam Bernstein
Being a successful business owner requires you to use your time as productively as possible. In this article, Jason Ratcliffe discusses a few ideas to help practitioners to refocus and ensure their time is used as effectively as possible
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