Anti-Ageing

 

L’Oréal gives thumbs up to sun protection

L’Oréal  has unveiled the world’s first battery-free wearable electronic UV sensor in Las Vegas.

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Murad set to ‘transform the face of Australia’

Murad is planning ‘to transform the face of Australia’ in 2018 with ‘new-to-market innovation and technologies’.

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Oz school wins ‘Garnier’ playground

A Gold Coast primary school has won a playground made from recycled beauty products in a competition which saw schools around Australia recycle over 145,000 empty beauty care products.

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TASA expands across Australia

Just two years after its launch on the Gold Coast, The Advanced Skills Academy is now also offering training in Brisbane, Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide and Perth.

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Facing up to ageing in the ‘lower third’

Dr Adam Sheridan outlines the issues affecting the ‘lower third’ of the ageing face – and the best ways to fix them.

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Dermalux wins ‘Energy Treatment of the Year’ award – again

Dermalux has won the ‘Energy Treatment of the Year’ award at the 2017 Aesthetics Awards in London.

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Dermatologist issues cosmetic tattoo warning

A leading dermatologist has warned Australians to ‘think very carefully’ before getting eyebrow, eyeliner or lip liner tattoos.

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Oz beauty industry shines at ‘Oscars’

The Australian aesthetics industry celebrated its annual ‘Oscars’, the MyFaceMyBody Australasia Awards, with a gala dinner in Sydney on Saturday night.

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Mesoestetic unveils anti-ageing trio

Mesoestetic CEO and founder Joan Carles Font has officially launched three products during a flying visit to Sydney.

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World without end

Michael Elstein uncovers the latest weapon in the fight against mortality.

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Demand for ‘inner beauty’ grows

Australians are beginning to demand that beauty salons ‘offer a full regime of both inner and outer beauty’, according to The Beauty Chef founder Carla Oates.

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Endota Spa gets active

Following the recent launch of a new menu in its 100 spas around the country, endota spa has launched an anti-ageing range featuring 24 “highly-active” formulations.

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Cosmoprof sets the stage for learning ‒ and earning

Cosmoprof Asia, the leading beauty B2B event in the Asia-Pacific region, is more than just a treasure trove of beauty products − it is the centre stage for the latest insights and trends in the cosmetics industry.

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Can a change of diet change your life?

Holistic beauty practitioner Yvette van Schie reveals how changing your diet could actually change your life.

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Former Skinstitut MD turns to wholefoods

Just months after selling their shares in Skinstitut, Fiona Tuck and David Stanesby are back in the salon and spa market with a range of wholefood powders.

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Laser Clinics celebrate freedom to choose

Laser Clinics Australia has unveiled a new brand identity celebrating the uniqueness of its clients − and their freedom to look the way they want.

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K-Beauty: what’s special and what’s not

Belinda Carli discovers the latest beauty trends in South Korea – and predicts what is, and what isn’t, likely to make its way to Australia.

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No ‘tattoo regret’ – for the majority

Most Australians with tattoos have no “regrets” and no desire to get rid of them, according to a new report by McCrindle Research and Cynosure.

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