The Advertising Standards Agency has banned botox adverts from two leading aesthetic companies.
Dermaskin and HB Health of Knightsbridge have both been penalized for online ads that violate ASA regulation. The action comes after The Independent Healthcare Advisory Service filed complaints against some of the claims both websites featured.
Four years ago a crackdown was launched on misleading adverts, spearheaded by Liberal Democrat MP Jo Swinson. Because Botox is only available to doctor’s on prescription it is not allowed to be marketed promotionally. ...
Our incredible free resource, ACNE: a comprehensive guide to identifying, treating, and generally showing spots who the boss is, has been featured as a top pick in today's copy of The Sun.
On page 8 of the pull-out Me, the national newspaper's guide to health, wellbeing and fitness, the publication charts eight of the best self-help books, with ACNE topping the list!
The book, penned by London-based writer Laura Jane Williams, is a collaboration with Courthouse Clinics' skin expert Dr Robin Stones. The book focuses on what ...
Unethical aestheticians, salon owners, and doctors have been revealed in a breaking news story about medical professionals to be treating under-18's with Botox.
At clinics all over the U.K. doctors have been uncovered as offering £170 treatments to children. Although the treatment is 100% safe and increasingly common amongst adults, general unspoken guidelines within the industry suggest patients under 30 probably don't need an anti-ageing needle.
Dr Dan Poulter, Health Minister, has said, "Treating under-18's with Botox for purely cosmetic reasons is completely ...
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Only men get fungal nail infections – FICTION
Fungal nail infections affect both men and women, young and old. However, it usually affects adults, is more prevalent in men, and becomes increasingly common as we get older.
Nail polish causes fungal nail infections – FICTION & FACT
Nail polish does not directly cause nail infections, however if you try to hide a nail infection by covering it with nail polish you risk trapping fungus and moisture. You might ...
Over the festive period we had our patients filling out questionnaires about why they come to Courthouse Clinics. From botox to medically-led weight loss, we've seen our patient base go from strength to strength, and now the mystery has been solved: it's because our patients get word of mouth recommendations!
32.6% of our patient base come via our refer a friend scheme, proving that the best kind of marketing is great service that people cannot help but shout about. We pride ourselves ...
Dr Patrick Bowler has written for The Huffington Post today, asking why British media won’t talk about… erm, the vagina.
On the back of Courthouse Clinics’ innovative new vaginal rejuvenation treatment FemiLift, Dr Bowler reflects on our reticence to discuss post-birth vaginal issues such as reduced sexual pleasure and stress urinary incontinence.
He writes: “For weeks we've called journalists and emailed editors to tell them about FemiLift. With all of our other innovations beauty editors frequently jump at the chance to inform their ...
Dr Patrick Bowler, our medical director, has been awarded The Brinkenhoff Award for Lifetime Achievement and Services to the Industry.
Announced at the prestigious Aesthetic Awards 2013-14 on Saturday, 7th December, at a lavish ceremony in the ballroom of The Grange Tower Bridge Hotel, Dr Bowler, MB.BS, LRCP, MRCS, DRCOG, was noted as being a driving force behind increased safety standards in non-surgical procedures, and an advocate for superb customer service.
Dr John Curran, long-time colleague and personal friend of the cosmetic physician ...
Reports today suggest that up to one in eight people who’ve experience a non-surgical cosmetic treatment have had the procedure performed by an untrained amateur such as a friend.
The government polled 2,000 people, concluding that 13% of people who have had botox, dermal fillers, or face peels have let an unqualified acquaintance wield a needle to their face. Even more surprisingly, one in 20 have also treated themselves.
This year’s Keogh Report, issued from Prof Sir Bruce Keogh, the most senior doctor ...
Reports today suggest that “cosmetic cowboys” will continue to tarnish the reputation of the cosmetic treatment industry as the Government allegedly plans to quietly reject the recommendations set out in the Keogh review.
The Keogh review recommended that there be a minimum standard for practitioners, as well as restrictions on “limited time only” discounts and advertising.
A key suggestion by the report recommended the need for a compulsory register of anyone administering cosmetic treatments, including Botox, Dermal fillers and laser hair removal.
If government ...
Botox has many uses, not least for anti-ageing and skin smoothing. From hip conditions to over-active bladders, Botulinum Toxin lands news headlines week after week as doctors continue to innovate with the substance.
The latest story is one of extreme arousal. Persistent genital arousal disorder (PGAD) is a distressing sexual dysfunction that can cause uncontrollable arousal lasting for days at a time. It is unrelated to sexual desire, and orgasm gives only a few hours of relief.
Despite sounding like a somewhat comical ...