Oprah’s skin guru lights the way

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.

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.

Oz suppliers form beauty buying group

Two suppliers have joined forces to launch Australia’s ‘first and only buying, support and education group for salon and clinic owners’.

Botox tops list of Aussie skin dreams

Eighty-seven percent of ‘aesthetically aware’ Australian women would consider having anti-wrinkle injections, according to a new survey of non-surgical beauty trends.

Pico opens door to more Asian clients

New generation picosecond lasers offer salons and clinics the opportunity to treat their clients’ skin, particularly Asian clients’ skin, more safely and effectively, according to a leading Taiwanese dermatologist.

CPCA calls for tougher salon regulations

Following the death of Sydney beauty salon owner Jean Huang, the Cosmetic Physicians College of Australasia is calling for stronger regulations for cosmetic treatments such as laser, botox and fillers.

Oz guru reveals Modern Face of Beauty

After six months travelling the world meeting experts in the aesthetics industry while filming The Modern Face of Beauty, host Stephen Handisides concludes that most people “merely want to look good for their age”.

Omniderm waves in not-so-new era

After 20 years distributing skincare in Australia, Omniderm has made a successful move into the equipment market with the launch of the OmniWave ASM.

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