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Inflammation and oxidative damage are immanent in visceral adiposity that is characterised by excess lipids and lipoproteins, viewed as the core components of arterial plaques, ultimately obstructing blood flow and lymphatic drainage. Accumulated toxicity dysregulates the orexigenic hormone...
Filler migration is a rare complication of dermal filler treatment. Although most research has found that more permanent fillers, such as silicone, are more likely to migrate due to their long-term presence in the body, there have also been reported cases of filler migration from short-term...
Thread lifts are an increasingly prevalent non-surgical procedure. Dr Irfan Mian details a new technique that has promising indications for longer results and improved patient satisfaction, as well as the dangers that needles may bear
In this regular feature, aesthetic nurse Claudia McGloin presents a brief 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...
As the year moves on and the COVID-19 pandemic continues, five aesthetic practitioners, Dija Ayodele, Harry Singh, Emma Davies, Yolanda Lee and Claudia McGloin, reflect upon their experiences and the challenges faced during the height of the pandemic and lockdown
Professionalism is a key component of the aesthetics industry. However, this is not to say that all who practise possess it. Sally Taber explains the improvements needed within the sector, while also detailing some examples of poor practice
Having a good credit report can make all the difference when it comes to sourcing commercial funding or being granted good terms from suppliers. Adam Bernstein looks at the steps that clinics can take to improve their standing.
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