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Crack Down On Cosmetic Cowboys!

Leading figures of the Australian cosmetic medicine industry are calling for government action following the death of a woman after a botched breast job

Beat Digital Addiction For Good Health – and Better Looks!

The digital age is rewiring us. It’s already changed the way we shop, work and play – but it’s also having an insidious effect on physical and emotional health, even our looks, and can as addictive as alcohol, gambling and compulsive eating

Prepare For The New World of Opportunity

Torrens University Australia’s Bachelor of Health Science (Aesthetics) is a new and innovative course that offers advanced opportunities to enter aesthetic, health and wellness, and medi-spa environments

A Beautiful Thing

The myriad benefits of offering oncology aesthetic services, for both clients with cancer and your business

Stay Ahead of the Pack

As the cosmetic medical, aesthetics and wellness industries merge ever-closer, it’s important to keep an eye on breakthroughs and trends in all these spheres, even if you don’t offer the procedures or treatments yourself. Knowledge is power, and the more knowledge you can offer your clients, the more respected and trusted you will be – […]

Join the Facial Aesthetics Boom

The global facial aesthetics market will more than double from US $2.5 billion in 2013 to $5.4 billion by 2020 at a compound annual growth rate of 11 percent, according to a report by international business intelligence provider GBI Research. And one of the most significant opportunities for salons, spas and clinics to generate further […]

The Key To Your Business Growth

  It doesn’t seem that long ago that we, in the salon, spa and clinic space, used to view the aesthetics medical establishment from the perspective of the poor relation. Not anymore. As publisher Kirien Withers tells us in the latest issue of SPA+CLINIC magazine – which you as a subscriber will receive any time […]

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