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27 July 2017

Jennifer Aniston ‘makes best use of non-surgical aesthetic treatments’

Jennifer Aniston is the celebrity making best use of non-surgical procedures, according to new research.

Conducted on behalf of CCR Expo, the independent study asked over 100 dentists, surgeons, doctors, nurses, dermatologists, and practice managers working within UK aesthetic medicine to suggest people in the public eye who are  using non-surgical aesthetic procedures procedures to the best effect.

Source: Dentistry News


21 July 2017

Jennifer Aniston tops lists of celebs making best use of non-surgical treatments

Friends actress Jennifer Aniston is the celeb making the best use of non-surgical treatments, according to a new survey of leading surgeons, doctors, practitioners, nurses and dermatologists.

The research, conducted on behalf of medical aesthetics event CCR Expo, asked respondents to suggest people in the public eye who are using non-surgical facelifts, medical needling, chemical peels, dermal fillers and botox treatments to the best effect.

Source: Professional Beauty


21 July 2017

Jennifer Aniston is the celebrity making best use of non-surgical procedures

Jennifer Aniston is the celebrity making best use of non-surgical procedures, according to new research conducted on behalf of CCR Expo, the UK’s largest event for medical aesthetics.

Source: Compare The Treatment


18 May 2017

New research highlights non-surgical aesthetic procedure trends

New research suggests demand for non-surgical procedures is driving the downturn in cosmetic operations.  87% of practitioners who took part in the study believe the 40% drop in cosmetic operations recently reported by BAAPs, is due to people opting for non-surgical procedures, with Botox, dermal fillers, chemical peels, medical needling and teeth whitening making up the bulk of practitioner business.

Source: Prime


12 May 2017

Non-surgical procedures driving the downturn in cosmetic operations

Nearly 90% of practitioners who took part in a study believe the 40% drop in cosmetic operations is due to people opting for non-surgical procedures.

The research by CCR Expo showed that Botox, dermal fillers, chemical peels, medical needling and teeth whitening make up the bulk of practitioner business.
Alison Willis, division director of CCR Expo, explained: ‘Our show uniquely focuses on both the surgical and non-surgical aspects of the aesthetics medicine market.

Source: Dentistry News


09 May 2017

New research highlights non-surgical aesthetic procedure trends

New research suggests demand for non-surgical procedures is driving the downturn in cosmetic operations.  87% of practitioners who took part in the study believe the 40% drop in cosmetic operations recently reported by BAAPs, is due to people opting for non-surgical procedures, with Botox, dermal fillers, chemical peels, medical needling and teeth whitening making up the bulk of practitioner business.

Source: Guided Solutions


08 May 2017

New research highlights non-surgical aesthetic procedure trends

New research suggests demand for non-surgical procedures is driving the downturn in cosmetic operations.  87% of practitioners who took part in the study believe the 40% drop in cosmetic operations recently reported by BAAPs, is due to people opting for non-surgical procedures, with Botox, dermal fillers, chemical peels, medical needling and teeth whitening making up the bulk of practitioner business.

Over 100 leading surgeons, doctors, nurses, dermatologists, dentists and practice managers working within the UK aesthetic medicine market took part in the study which was commissioned by CCR Expo, the UK’s largest event for medical aesthetics.

Source: Compare the Treatment