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Microneedling is a procedure that uses fine, sterile needles to puncture the skin to different depths. Inducing the wound-healing cascade in this way helps stimulate collagen, elastin and glycosaminoglycan production and thus improve the quality and appearance of the skin. Microneedling has been...
People reporting some form of gender incongruence has risen tenfold over the past few years, and the reasons why are not always clear. Whatever the reason, Claire Hool considers ways to transform your workplace into a more transgender-friendly space
In aesthetic medicine, plasma can successfully treat scarring, stretch marks, acne, dyskeratosis, xanthelasma, warts, verrucae, naevi, fibromas, seborrhoeic keratosis and a host of other skin lesions. For most patients, the most exciting revolution in plasma technology is non-surgical...
This article aims to review the possible reasons a patient may wish to remove their tattoo using lasers, as well as providing an overview of the tattooing process within the skin, where the tattoo ink particles lay within the skin's structures and how lasers specifically target unwanted ink...
Non-surgical cosmetic procedures have been undertaken for a number of years. It is fair to say that, in this time, there has been a notable difference in the way that treatment plans are approached by practitioners. This is most prevalent in more recent years, when the decision to treat patient...
In this regular feature, aesthetic nurse Claudia McGloin presents a 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 the...
It is no secret that running a private aesthetic clinic can be a lonely business. The BACN's Clare Amrani expands on the association's values and its mission to make aesthetic practice safer for all involved
Continuing professional development is necessary for job satisfaction and safe clinical practice. Lorraine Guinan explores the implications of this for prospective aesthetic nurses and long-standing practitioners
Recently, three companies were investigated by the Advertising Standards Authority after the Joint Council for Cosmetic Practitioners expressed concerns over advertising malpractice. Sally Taber explores how training companies can ensure truthful and responsible advertising
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