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The art of hair restoration

After training as a surgeon in Ireland and England, Dr Bessam Farjo went on to become a leading hair transplant surgeon after a chance encounter changed the course of his career

Lighting the way

Dr Elizabeth Raymond Brown discusses why the ‘Core of Knowledge’ course isn’t always sufficient training for laser and light-based practitioners and the future of education and training for cosmetic interventions

FACE Conference 2015

Held at the QEII Centre in London’s Westminster on June 4th -7th, FACE 2015 will host a world-renowned speaker panel, delivering a complete educational programme to keep you up to date with the latest developments in medical aesthetics

Fractional lasers for periorbital rejuvenation

Considering the bone structure of a patient, not just their skin is important when using fractional lasers around the eyes. Dr Dianne Quibell guides us through her approach

Promoting your clinic with SEO

John Castro gives advice on how to use and implement Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) to market your clinic

Treating acne scars

There are a myriad treatments available to help diminish acne scarring. Prof Mukta Sachdev discusses her preferred methods and the importance of managing patient expectations

OBSERVATIONS

  • Complementary health approaches

    Non-vitamin, non-mineral dietary supplements were the most popular complementary health approach used by Americans between 2002 and 2012 according to a complementary health questionnaire administered in the USA... Read more

  • Inactivity more dangerous than obesity

    Taking a brisk 20-minute daily walk could lessen an inactive person’s risk of early death, a University of Cambridge study has revealed. Lack of exercise is twice as likely to cause early death as being overweight or obese... Read more

  • Look-alike surgery is on the rise

    More consumers want to look like their celebrity idols according to an annual survey by the American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (AAFPRS) who found that 13% of facial plastic surgeons saw an increase in requests for procedures... Read more

  • Fat stem cells are barrier to infection

    Researchers at the University of California have discovered a new function for adipocytes—they protect the body from invading bacteria and pathogens. The finding was made by researchers at the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine... Read more

NEWS

  • EF MEDISPA wins award

    EF MEDISPA wins Medical Aesthetic Clinic of the Year at the Professional Beauty Awards. For the second year running, this accolade has been awarded to EF MEDISPA...

  • Norman Wright accepted as a BSI Committee Member

    Founder of The Wright Initiative and Pioneer of Pre and Post Procedure Support for Patients, Norman Wright has...

  • Banishing the botch job

    Award-winning aesthetics clinic Medikas, are among the first in the UK to gain accreditation by Save Face Ltd, who provide the country’s only register of accredited practitioners...

  • ZO Ossential Lash Enhancing Serum

    A blend of peptides have been combined to create Ossential Lash Enhancing Serum, said to enhance eyelash thickness and length and improve the appearance of...

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