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WELCOME TO THE JULY/AUGUST ISSUE OF AESTHETIC MEDICINE

Summer is well and truly upon us. In the past, I have always seen this as a time when things slow down a little while people take their summer breaks, but our industry seems to be busier than ever.

One of the nicest things about this is the fact the world is opening up again in what feels like a more normal way, with lots of events taking place. Not only did we get a chance to celebrate our sector’s finest at the aesthetic medicine awards (see pages 26-29 for pictures from the night), but there seem to be so many more face-to-face events going on, from press launches to educational days and clinic opens. As such, our Out and About pages are making a comeback. We haven’t run them since early 2020, so it's so lovely to be able to feature them again. Go to pages 18-19 to see what's been going on. Also, in this issue, we delve into the importance of well-being and self-care in the face of burnout (pages 40-43) and look at how you can support your staff in their financial wellbeing (p96). As well as this, we examine the impact of metabolic syndrome on the skin (p36-39), how thyroid issues can impact beauty (pp56-58) and why opening up discussions on menopause is vital (p72-74). If you are taking a break this summer, I hope you enjoy it. And if you have an event happening, let us know about it. You can always email me at vicky.e@thepbgroup.com, and we will do our best to feature you.

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This article appears in the July-August 2022 Issue of Aesthetic Medicine


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NEWS AND ANALYSIS
Remote prescribing is not endorsed in “any circumstances”
Metabolic syndrome and the skin
In our follow-up to last month’s article on understanding metabolic syndrome, Balsam Alabassi explores how it impacts skin and what you can do about it
Safeguarding your mental health
Beauty business burnout is real, and so your own self-care has never been more important, writes Safety in Beauty’s resident psychotherapist Alan Madin
Supporting healing
Jennifer Irvine explores how can clients can best recover from non-invasive procedures and the role nutrition plays
T time
Rizvan Batha, superintendent pharmacist at Specialist Pharmacy, on how the thyroid can impact beauty
SAVED by the BELLE
We speak to Mr Taimur Shoaib about opening his new state-of-the-art clinic in Glasgow in the midst of the pandemic and how things have changed two years on

COPIED
This article appears in the July-August 2022 Issue of Aesthetic Medicine