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This article explores the different types of hair loss that black women may experience more than other groups of patients. Properties of African hair and the impact of hair care practices are discussed, as well as factors affecting the presentation of other hair loss conditions.It is important...
In a bid to keep afloat during the COVID-19 pandemic, aesthetic business owners turned away from in-clinic daily practice to consulting with patients through online means, such as Zoom. Tracey Dennison explores the implications of this and what the future may hold for the aesthetics sector
In this issue's Joint Council for Cosmetic Practitioners update, Andrew Rankin details a new project of the Clinical Advisory Group and the challenges of defining a treatment as medical or 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...
Much has occurred over the past few weeks, including the return to work for medical aesthetic practitioners and the passing of the Botulinum Toxin and Cosmetic Filler (Children) Bill. Melanie Recchia details these and provides an update on the British Association of Cosmetic Nurses
Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) is a treatment that involves using a patient's own blood to treat a variety of indications, including hair loss, sports injuries, scars, wound healing and breast volume correction. Claudia McGloin shares her expertise of 8 years injecting platelet-rich plasma and...
Last month's article discussed starting a business idea from scratch by honing one's mindset and developing some big ideas around what product wants to be sold. The second part of this series now considers how a big idea can be turned into a product that people will want to buy and how to market it
It is a sad fact of life that there are clients who do not like to pay their bills in a timely fashion. What might be considered sport for them can become a burning and pressing issue for others. Adam Bernstein, in collaboration with Chris Else, explains the prompt action that is necessary
In this article, Harry Singh explores the five pillars that he deems necessary to running a successful medical aesthetics business: marketing, sales and the patient consultation, operation, finances and talent
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