Aesthetic Medicine - May 2021

In this edition

Welcome to the May issue of Aesthetic MedicineThis issue brings together some true experts in
News and analysisGlobal anti–ageing market predicted to be worth £306
Ask AlexClinic digital marketing specialist Alex Bugg answers your questions
Under pressureEmployment lawyer Tina Chander on how to mitigate and manage employees’ stress on returning to clinic
Stick with itClinics may be open again, but now is the time to foster motivation into discipline for long–term success, says Phil Elder
30 years of neuromodulatorsWe speak to Dr Nick Lowe about his use of botulinum toxin over the years and what the future holds
By royal appointmentDr Vincent Wong on his injectable work with three contestants from season 2 of Ru Paul’s Drag Race UK
Weighing inIs calorie counting the best way for patients to lose weight on a body–contouring programme? Jennifer Irvine breaks down the science
Crystal clearClinic photography expert Clint Singh on how to accurately capture before–and–after results in dark–skinned patients
Strong defenceDr Jennifer Elias takes a deep dive into the stratum corneum, its function and interactions
New in townThe lowdown on the popular US clinical skincare brand arriving in the UK
Inside outWe take a look at The Biological Age Assessment, a holistic exploration of the body by hormone and integrative medical doctor Dr Sohere Roked
Gentle boostIndependent nurse practitioner and clinic director Yuliya Culley shares a case study of treating a patient in her early 70s with subtle collagen–stimulating filler
On the pulseHow aesthetic therapist and clinic owner Hollie Bawden cleared a client’s cystic acne with pulse–triggered laser
Laser QuestGeorgia Seago reviews laser hair removal with Candela’s GentleMax Pro
Product newsTwo products have been added to the iS Clinical range
Meet the expertsThe Aesthetic Medicine editorial board includes some of the leading names in aesthetics. Their clinical expertise and diverse range of specialties help ensure the magazine meets the needs of its readers
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