Our June issue begins with an editorial from consultant editor Cheryl Barton on concerns that the NMC might not be fit to serve its registrants. Five years on from the publication of Sir Bruce Keogh’s review of the regulation of cosmetic interventions, BAAPS president Simon Withey, Nigel Mercer and Alex Woollard discuss what has changed during this time, and what needs to be done. Clinical papers in this issue look at post-treatment advice for patients having botulinum toxin injections, skin revitalisation methods and laser tattoo removal. The Collier Column returns with a focus on the demedicalisation of medical aesthetics. Amy Senior from PIAPA explains why online forums cannot replace professional associations. June’s practice management features explore positive and negative issues associated with social media, as well as the importance of identifying brand principles.
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