Lignin from plants boosts effectiveness  of sunscreen
Sep05

Lignin from plants boosts effectiveness of sunscreen

A major waste product of the paper industry—Lingin—may one day be used to enhance the effectiveness of sunscreen report scientists who have published their findings in the ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering…

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First retinoid approved for over-the-counter use
Sep05

First retinoid approved for over-the-counter use

Differin Gel 0.1% is the first in a class of retinoids to be made available OTC for the treatment of acne, and contains the first new active ingredient for acne treatment for OTC use since the 1980s. The gel was originally approved in 1996…

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Sunscreens don’t meet guidelines
Sep05

Sunscreens don’t meet guidelines

Most effective absorbers and nicest fragrances do not adhere to American Academy of Dermatology (AAD) guidelines. Regulating skin exposure to ultraviolet (UV) light is the most effective way to reduce the risk for all skin cancer types, and the ADD recommend…

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BTEC laser courses
Jul11

BTEC laser courses

Mapperley Park Aesthetics Training Academy launches three accredited…

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Neauvia Organic
Jul11

Neauvia Organic

Schuco International announce they are the exclusive UK and Ireland distributor…

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Working with the new media
Jul06

Working with the new media

Wendy Lewis offers her observations on how social media platforms are changing the media landscape in 2016

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Tattoo removal
Jul06

Tattoo removal

Dr Klaus Hoffmann talks about picosecond laser treatment of European tattoos

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Clinic management systems
Jul06

Clinic management systems

Charles Southey examines how clinic management systems can help to maximise the the productivity and profitability of a medical practice

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Business building
Jul06

Business building

Gary Conroy looks at the power of branding in a clinical setting

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Polydioxanone thread lifting
Jul06

Polydioxanone thread lifting

Professor Syed Haq discusses the popularity of thread-based technology to bring about skin rejuvenation, skin tightening and lifting of the face, as well as treating other body parts

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Chitosan for anti-ageing
Jul06

Chitosan for anti-ageing

Dr Alexandre Guerry explains a new anti-ageing approach from BIOXIS, which is based on using natural and biodegradable chitosan polymers

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Bocouture
Jul06

Bocouture

Bocouture has been approved by the MHRA for treatment of upper facial lines…

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Brexit impact
Jul06

Brexit impact

Events following the Brexit on June 24, 2016 will create difficulties as well as opportunities…

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Skin and tonic
Jul06

Skin and tonic

Aptly named Anti-AGin, a gin has been created that is purported to have anti-ageing properties. The gin is distilled with ingestible collagen and age-defying botanicals. Heralded by its creators as “the alcoholic equivalent of a facial”, this is the first ever gin created with skin-boosting…

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Youthfulness gene discovered
Jul06

Youthfulness gene discovered

Scientists claim for the first time to have found a gene that specifically affects how old people look. The gene came to light when researchers noticed that people who carried mutations in the gene appeared, on average two years older than they were….

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“Dr Miami” uses snapchat to record surgeries
Jul06

“Dr Miami” uses snapchat to record surgeries

Miami plastic surgeon Dr Michael Salzhauer has managed to gather one of the largest followings on Snapchat by using it to document procedures. Salzhauer, better known as “Dr Miami,” has millions of Snapchat fans…

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