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The beauty of Instagram reels

Alan S Adams, award-winning business coach and author, and Director of The Clinic Coach, explores why aesthetic clinics need to be utilising Instagram Reels in 2023, and how this can lead to ultimate business success. With Instagram declared the most...

Virtual product launch: Meder Beauty’s Circa-Night Cream

Virtual product launch: Meder Beauty’s Circa-Night Cream In June Meder Beauty held a virtual event to launch their new product, Meder Beauty’s Biohacking Circa-Night Cream.The launch began with an overview by aesthetic dermatologist Dr Tina Meder, who launched Meder Beauty...

Beauty Through Science Hybrid Meeting

Beauty Through Science New York

IMCAS Americas 2024

Uncover Innovation and Science IMCAS Americas ventures for the first time to Sao Paulo, Brazil for our 6th edition! Uncover the latest advancements in dermatology, plastic surgery, and ageing science, and explore the connections between beauty and science. Gathering in...

Emirati aesthetics

The author presents an account of the role of aesthetic nurses in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). The current article is part of a series examining aesthetic nursing practices and cultural perceptions of beauty across the globe. An interesting report...

From PIP to DC-CIK to the Sorcerer’s Apprentice: a medico-political minefield

Poly Implant Prothese (PIP) was a French company that manufactured silicone breast implants that were surgically implanted mainly for cosmetic breast augmentation. Of note, ‘cosmetic’ is used in the strict sense of the word meaning false and artificial and does...

Night of success for PMFA News Specialist Advisor

Congratulations to PMFA News' very own Dr Sam Robson and her team at Temple Medical in Aberdeen on winning the award for Best Non-surgical Makeover at the prestigious MyFaceMyBody Awards last weekend in London.The awards recognise clinics for product innovation,...

Emerging trends in the aesthetics of rhinoplasty: from local to global

The concept of ‘beauty’ can be bewildering in its scope and variation through time and geographical location. As the aim of facial plastic surgery consists of restoration of form and function, the definition of beauty takes on immense importance. Although...

Who is Qualified The debate continues

At the beginning of November the Hong Kong Secretary for Food and Health, Dr Ko reported on the Working Group that was looking at the differentiation between Medical Procedures and Beauty Services. The group had met three times and seven...

Medical racism and the surgical ‘correction’ of the nose in Brazil

Anthropologist Professor Carmen Alvaro Jarrín has conducted extensive research into plastic surgery practice in Brazil. Here, she explains why social and cultural ideas about race may shape rhinoplasty objectives for patients and surgeons in the country. Health professionals worldwide are...