October 2017

In this issue

This month’s editorial asks whether aesthetic nurses can truly call themselves specialists. Jodie Grove reviews the evidence to support the use of intense pulsed light therapy for acne vulgaris. Emma Rahe reflects on her experience of assessing and treating mature female faces with dermal fillers. Anna Baker explains why it is important for injectors to prioritise accuracy and precision when administering botulinum toxin. Rajveer Thethi highlights the importance of referrals to cosmetic surgeons for some patients. Naomi Di-Scala provides an overview of the several types of cyber attack and discusses how practitioners can protect themselves and their clinics. Lee Cottrill tells readers how they can boost their business growth without reducing their prices to match the competition. Jason Ratcliffe suggests that clinic staff should focus on the essentials to achieve excellence and avoid a diffused effort.

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