Aesthetic News Blog
Aesthetic News Blog

Plans to Introduce Regulation of Dermal Fillers in Scotland

Posted on Jul 21, 2022

Plans for stricter regulation on non-surgical cosmetic procedures in Scotland are shown staggering support.

12 Top Tips to Help Make Your Medical Aesthetic Practice Safe

Posted on Jul 14, 2022

As medical professionals, safety should always your number one priority. Here’s some pointers for ensuring the safety of your patients and helping to build you a reputable business:

Finding Patients For Your Aesthetic Business

Posted on Jun 22, 2022

Probably one of the hardest things at the start of any new aesthetics business is getting your first patients!

Meet Dr Patrick Treacy

Posted on Apr 12, 2022

Join Dr Patrick Treacy as he discusses aesthetic complications & how he became one of the top aesthetic practitioners in the world!

Recent Inspired Success Stories

Posted on Mar 25, 2022

Here at Inspired Cosmetic Training we like to train hard but what we love, is when our delegates go on to work even harder!

How to get the most from social media for your medical aesthetic business

Posted on Jan 21, 2022

Social media can be an intimidating space but the room for business growth is unlimited especially in medical aesthetics.

Do you know your fillers?

Posted on Dec 03, 2021

What does it mean if a filler is high cross linked or low cross linked BDDE filler?

Points to consider with Toxins

Posted on Sep 27, 2021

When assessing your patients face before treatment with a neurotoxin you must know your muscles. This blog provides you with the top tips and points to consider when using toxins.

How Scotland Differs to the Rest of the UK when it comes to Regulation in Aesthetics

Posted on Sep 27, 2021

We all know about the unregulated aesthetic industry; we’ve seen the dreaded TV programmes. The programmes usually show a non-medical practitioner doing injectable treatments, to the viewer it invokes fear seeing the serious complications that can occur, this has an impact on all aestheticians qualified or not. Very few of these programmes are based in Scotland, this maybe due to Healthcare Improvement Scotland (HIS) who regulate the professional aesthetics industry in Scotland.

Aesthetic Business Success Story - Altrix Aesthetics

Posted on Aug 19, 2021

It can be a daunting experience beginning your aesthetic journey and then starting your medical aesthetic practice, and we want to put you at ease! We offer a very comprehensive teaching, making you comfortable and encouraging you to successfully complete your course and on going support for however long you need us.