Aesthetic Medicine
Aesthetic Medicine


The live event

A esthetic Medicine Live is getting ready to open its doors. Taking place on May 20-21 at Olympia London, Aesthetic Medicine Live gives you the opportunity to network, buy and learn. Sponsored by Cutera (headline sponsor), Erchonia (platinum sponsor), HydraFacial (platinum sponsor) and InDesk (gold sponsor), Aesthetic Medicine Live will unite professionals, suppliers and distributors all under one roof. Over the following pages, we’ll give you a taster of what’s going on at this year’s show and tell you why a visit to Aesthetic Medicine Live is a must for any aesthetic business looking to expand its products, services and profit in 2022.


Gain new perspectives and make valuable connections at our two-day CPD-accredited conference.

This year, the conference will be medical only and will start with a focus on the latest non-surgical treatments and protocols for the face and body. Chaired by Dr Anna Hemming and Dr Shirin Lakhani, the morning agenda will feature talks on topics such as Polynucleotide treatments for under the eye (Dr Uche Aniagwu), Combination therapies for the eye area (Dr Rita Nandi), The natural touch of dermal filler (Dr Anna Hemming) and Skin ageing and nutrition (Kim Pearson). Mr Tunc Tiryaki will host the Aesthetic Regenerative Medicine agenda on Friday afternoon with guest speakers.

Day two will see a focus on mental health, wellbeing and psychology in the morning. Chaired by psychologist and founder of the Aesthetic Wellness Foundation Kimberley Cairns and featuring speakers such as patient safety advocate Dawn Knight, Safety in Beauty founder Antonina Mariconda, nurse practitioner Tracey Dennison and HR specialist Nick Babington, it will explore the role of mental health and wellbeing for practitioners and patients alike.

The conference will close with a session focused on challenging cases and complications, with talks including Ultrasound in aesthetic practice and risk mitigation/ how to launch it in your practice (Dr MJ Rowland Warmann), Fat dissolving injections side effects (Mr Arturo Almeida) and Off-label use of toxin (Dr Ahmed El Houssieny).

The conference will be limited to access by delegates who are members of a regulatory body such as the GMC, NMC, GDC, GPhC or overseas equivalent.


Gain valuable insights and take-home tips for your aesthetic business with our Business Skills Seminars, featuring talks on all aspects of running an aesthetic clinic, from marketing to choosing the right equipment and financial strategies. The Business Skills Seminars promise to provide you with expert advice to boost your business and ultimately increase your income in 2022. Chaired by Phil Elder, this year’s speakers and topics include: How to generate 25+ new clients on Facebook Ads without heavy discounts (Richard Gibbons), Adding value to your business with social media (Sue Thompson and Jean Johnston), Diversify your career; make it into a business (Dr Anna Hemming), My experience with setting up a clinic (Dr Ahmed El Houssieny), Your Million Pound Plus Clinic, The Psychology of Success (Alan Adams) and Why you are your USP – building your brand around the clinic’s leading practitioner (Julie Scott).


Aesthetic clinic owners are always busy, and so, while you may want to add new treatments and products to your offering, you may not always have had time to see your reps during your working week. A visit to the Aesthetic Medicine Live exhibition is the perfect opportunity to meet face to face with market-leading manufacturers and suppliers, including our sponsors Cutera (headline sponsor), Erchonia (platinum sponsor), Hydrafacial (platinum sponsor), InDesk (gold sponsor), who will all be found on the show floor. Attending the exhibition will also give you a chance to take advantage of exclusive show offers and deals, which are only available to visitors.


After a hugely popular launch in 2022, our Demo Theatre will be back, giving you a chance to watch brands perform the treatments your clients will be asking about this year and give you all the information you need to make an informed purchasing decision. See talks from Cutera, Erchonia Lasers, Aesthetic Technology, Lynton, Inmode, Energist, BTL, Venus Concept, Hydrafacial, Waking Beauty and Celluma.


If you are anything like us, you will have loved getting back to face-to-face events in 2021, and we can’t wait to see our clients, friends and colleagues in person. Grab a coffee with a colleague you haven’t seen for a while, chat with your suppliers on their stand and enjoy all the socialising involved with events. And don’t forget, the Friday night is the Aesthetic Medicine Awards (see pages 24-25).


Aesthetic Medicine Live is once again delighted to be partnering with the UK Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (UKAAPS) and Consortium of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery Clinic Owners (CAPSCO), bringing more specialist education for plastic surgeons than ever before.

Highlights from the programme include a session on facial aesthetics chaired by Mr Daniel Saleh and featuring talks from Mr James McDiarmid on the challenges of lower eyelid and midface rejuvenation and from Mrs Sabrina Shah-Desai on managing the tear trough.

Other sessions will include the past, present and future of cosmetic surgery governance, genital aesthetics, recent trends in gynecomastia and the impact of product liability on aesthetic surgery practice.

This article appears in the April 2022 Issue of Aesthetic Medicine

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This article appears in the April 2022 Issue of Aesthetic Medicine