Future treatment trends

Dr Vincent Wong, Dr Frank Rosengaus and Mr Taimur Shoaib discuss their personal experience with Aqualyx and Kybella

The future of resurfacing

Dr Ines Verner considers the evolution and revolution in our resurfacing technologies and techniques and where we stand in 2015

Preparing the skin for injectable treatments

Prof Beth Briden explains why there’s a lot more to preparing for aesthetic injections than an alcohol swab

The “Happy Face” technique

Dr Frank Rosengaus explains his method for treating commissure and marionette lines and the importance of understanding facial anatomy

Online reviews

Rosie Akenhead discusses how to approach the world of online customer reviews

Nerve damage

Mr Riccardo Frati discusses how to avoid nerve damage when using injectables and fillers


  • Radical biological ageing differences

    Scientists have confirmed that despite our numerical age, we all age biologically at dramatically different rates. Most research into human ageing looks at older adults, many with chronic disease, meaning little is known about how we age... Read more

  • Rising cases of Morton’s Neuroma

    Prolonged high heel wear can cause the condition. Research has shown a 115% rise in incidence of Morton’s Neuroma, also known as interdigital neuroma; a painful condition that leads to over half of sufferers to require surgery. Morton’s Neuroma... Read more

  • Non-surgical treatment enquiries rise by more than half in six months

    Demand for dermal fillers, mole removal and thread lifts top the list, as patients opt for alternatives to surgical procedures. has revealed its mid-year round up of ‘medical aesthetic’ trends... Read more

  • Botox can increase skin pliability and elasticity

    Study shows effect of onabotulinum toxin injections similar to a radiofrequency procedure. Skin pliability and elasticity improved for up to four months after treatment with onabotulinum toxin (Botox) for mild facial wrinkle... Read more