Category: Cosmetic Surgery Training

Botox – the A -Z Guide

Anti-wrinkle injections, commonly known as Botox® injections can be used to reduce the appearance of lines on your face including frown lines, crow’s feet and forehead lines. If you’re considering anti-wrinkle injections but want more information our A-Z of Botox will help to answer some of those questions: Aftercare Aftercare is important in order to […]

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10 Steps to Kick Starting your Aesthetic Career

As we reach the half way mark of 2016 now is the time when many people decide that they are going to make a change, both personally and professionally. If you have reached a point in your professional career where you are looking for a new challenge or seeking some new skills the aesthetic industry could […]

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Advice for GPs: PIP Implants Patients

This is a bit of a side-line from our usual medical aesthetic non-surgical topics here at Cosmetic Courses UK. However, we know that many of our delegates are GPs. With the current PIP Implants crisis affecting so many in the UK and many GPs having to give advice to worried patients, we thought that you […]

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The Curse of Leslie Ash: Permanent Fillers cause Permanent Problems

When you set up your own Medical Aesthetics practise, you will quickly find a Ghost that haunts you. You will particularly experience her looming shadow if you decide to offer Lip Filler treatments. But we can pretty much guarantee that her name will crop up over and over regardless. “I don’t want to end up […]

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Cosmetic Surgery On the Rise

In recent years, plastic surgery has slowly been on decline in the United States. However, botox shots and other wrinkle softening beauty treatments are on the rise in Europe. German citizens in particular are taking advantage of advances in cosmetic surgery, according to the Düsseldorf based Gesellschaft für Ästhetische Chirurgie Deutschland (GÄCD). Studies and polling […]

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VASER Shape MC1 Offers a Non-Invasive Alternative to Liposuction

For a long time, liposuction has been considered one of the best options available for body sculpting and body contouring purposes. Recently though, a new technology from Sound Surgical Technologies has begun to challenge that assumption. The technology is called VASER Shape MC1 and it uses a combination of ultrasound and heat to enable body […]

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Carboxytherapy : A painless cure for skin ageing

The method of cutaneous and subcutaneous administration of gaseous carbon-dioxide for cosmetic therapy, that is, to improve the texture and quality of skin is called carboxytherapy. The idea preliminarily originated in France in 1930s when it was observed that taking a bath in pools rich in gaseous carbon dioxide helps in rapid healing of wounds. […]

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Permalip

Women with plump, full lips are considered more beautiful, sexy, and desirable than women with thin, flat lips. Consequently, it’s natural for women who once had “kissable” lips to want to restore their more youthful appearance and for women who never had that sensual look to wistfully long for it. In either case, whether lips […]

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Cosmetic Training Courses

Cosmetic Courses offer training courses  which have been extended to offer the same level of professional training in other non surgical techniques which are growing in demand. The in-depth training is lead by a faculty lead by our team of Consultant Plastic Surgeons and a Consultant in anaesthesia, providing the pinnacle of education to the […]

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