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Inika’s Australian sales grew 42 percent last year
LED light treatments are more effective at treating ‘skin ageing’ than aggressive treatments such as laser and micro-needling, according to US ‘skin guru’ Jennifer Brodeur.
‘Selfie-awareness’ is one of the leading drivers in the growing demand for cosmetic surgery, according to The American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.
WA-based MGC Pharmaceuticals has signed a deal with international online retailer Cult Beauty to distribute its cannabis-based skincare range.
A regional spa has won Dermaviduals ‘Clinic of the Year’ award at the German brand’s fifth annual awards ceremony in Sydney.
DNA repair enzymes and growth factors are more effective at reversing skin damage – and preventing skin cancer – than any antioxidants, according to leading Beverly Hills dermatologist.
Yvette van Schie explains why you shouldn’t ignore the invisible woman.
L’Oréal has unveiled the world’s first battery-free wearable electronic UV sensor in Las Vegas.
Murad is planning ‘to transform the face of Australia’ in 2018 with ‘new-to-market innovation and technologies’.
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.
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.
Dr Adam Sheridan outlines the issues affecting the ‘lower third’ of the ageing face – and the best ways to fix them.