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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
Over the last decade, non-surgical aesthetics has transformed due to an increase in academies promoting profitable, yet unsupported, certifications. Patient safety and maintaining good practice standards must be at the forefront of mind as the landscape moves forward
Commonly, it can be tempting to market a product or service to as wide an audience as possible. Going back to basics, this article will suggest re-thinking marketing tactics and remembering what a product is really for: helping someone
As the Good Work Plan is implemented by the Government, 2019 is expected to be a big year for employment laws that will affect businesses
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?
Earlier this year, the NMC published new guidance regarding remote prescribing. JAN's consultant editor, Cheryl Barton, comments on the implications of this
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...
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...
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
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