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SkinGenuity Skin Health’s skincare range is now available in the UK. The SkinGenuity Regenerative Solution can be used in combination with in-clinic micro-needling treatments. The SkinGenuity Skin Rejuvenation Home Kit includes a bamboo scrub to cleanse the skin, before home-needling with Empress Regenerative Solution and MicroFusion Applicators. The applicator’s needle head has 20 hollow needles, which allow growth factors to be delivered directly into the skin at a depth of 0.2mm. The home kit also includes SkinGenuity Reparative and Regenerative Serums. “The in-clinic micro-needling solution has significantly boosted my micro-needling results, leaving patients with glowing, rejuvenated skin,” said skin specialist Mozhgan Taheri of SCI-U Clinic in Wilmslow.


French device manufacturer Deleo has introduced its new Cristal Body-Layering concept. The three-step program acts upon the epidermis, the hypodermis and the muscle, using three cutting-edge devices. The first step is fat freezing with the new Cristal Pro, a medical cryolipolysis device designed to eliminate stubborn fat stores by up to 30%. Once the fat has been removed, muscle toning can take place with Cristal Fit, which focuses on toning the muscles through electromagnetic pulses, causing muscle contractions. The third and final step is Cristal Skin, which is ideal for treating skin laxity. The device emits multipolar radiofrequency waves via electrodes to precisely target and firm skin on parts of the body and face.


Breathable makeup brand Oxygenetix has launched a hydrating blemish-control hydro-matrix moisturiser, inspired by its blemishcontrol oxygenating foundation. The advanced formula offers maximum strength, and timedreleased salicylic acid to ensure even problematic skin can benefit from its hydrating, oxygenating properties to aid oxygen uptake, heal blemishes and treat active comedones.


Skinade® has launched an injection support programme, exclusively designed for medical professionals providing dermal filler and botulinum toxin aesthetic injectable treatments. Designed to be integrated into in-clinic aesthetic injectable protocols to help patients prepare and recover from injectable treatments, SkinadeMD® INsupport™ enhances results and mitigates bruising and swelling, increasing patient satisfaction and retention. The three-component protocol covers 10 days, pre and post-treatment. The programme integrates liquid sachets, capsules, and a sublingual spray, enabling the active ingredients to be consumed with optimal efficacy to improve results and mitigate treatment impacts.

Zenii London

British skincare and supplements brand Zenii London launched ‘Beauty Glow’ – a100% bio-match vegan collagen supplement that replicates human type 1 collagen – on World Vegan Day, November 1. Beauty Glow is a clinically proven, science-based alternative to animal collagen and is available in both liquid and powder form. Formulated by skincare doctor Dr Johanna Ward to use high-quality clinical-grade ingredients, it replicates the 18 amino acids of the most important collagen - type 1. This means it is easily absorbed by the body and is fast working. With global searches for the efficacy of vegan collagen up 50% in the last 12 months, Beauty Glow means that a growing number of consumers who want to care for our planet while also improving their health, well-being and beauty now have a scientifically backed vegan substitute.

Dr Sabrina

Ophthalmic plastic reconstructive surgeon Dr Sabrina Shah-Desai launched her new eye rejuvenation range. Designed for use by men and women with non-caucasian and caucasian skin, the range consists of triple-action liposomal eye serum Perfect 360 Eye Illuminate and Perfect 360 Eye Protect, which protects the eye area from daily environmental factors like UVA, UVB and blue light. The products include the Kiara molecule, which inhibits the production of the tyrosinase enzyme linked to pigmentation. Created after 20 years of clinical experience and based on scientific research and innovation, the blend comprises high-performance actives, vitamins, peptides, adaptogens, probiotics and naturally occurring synthesised molecules.

Thérapie Clinic

European medical aesthetic clinic chain, Thérapie Clinic, has created a new cosmeceutical, “science-led, intelligent skincare” brand, Skin Theøry. Utilising Thérapie Clinic’s 20 years of inclinic experience, the new range is safe, clinically tested and backed by science whilst being affordable and accessible. Skin Theøry is a results-driven skincare range that uses advanced technology and has been developed as a peptide-based skincare line for all. Skin Theøry’s full line of 16 products ranging from £24.95 to £69.95 will be exclusively available at Thérapie Clinic branches nationwide and via their website. The brand is launching with an exclusive in-clinic promotion of 3 for 2, available for a limited time only.


Templar Skin Systems has released advanced multi-telemetry skin and hair analysis device, Skin Lab FX. With an extensive menu of diagnostic and analytical features – including rapid probes and microcamera videography – the device has been specifically designed to enhance professionalism, empowering providers to offer rapid skin and hair analysis. Programmed ‘consultation protocols’ mean providers can recommend treatments and products based on data rather than intuition, boosting consumer confidence and compliance – and taking businesses to the next level of medico-aesthetic expertise.

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Happy New Year and welcome to the January wellness issue of Aesthetic Medicine!
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