This Week's news
The British Beauty Council is set to issue information to help inform the industry and consumers on the future licensing around aesthetics treatments in our industry.
Cosmeceutical skincare brand, Nimue Skin Technology, has introduced a new range of products created for clients with problematic skin conditions including oiliness, breakouts and enlarged pores.
Laura Kay London Franchising offers an option for industry professionals who have trained at the Laura Kay Academy and wish to re-brand to a Laura Kay clinic or launch a Laura Kay London concept clinic from scratch.
Professional skin care brand, Meder Beauty Science, has reformulated its EU-Seb Anti Acne Concentrate to reduce viable c. Acnes by 92% in 24 hours without the need for acids or retinol.
Rehab Beauty in West Bridgford, owned by Alea and Mike Ward, earned the accreditation after months of work with the aim of limiting the impact of COVID-related disruptions in the future and the salon’s ambition of introducing ISO:9001 accreditation later this year.
The new Charity Supporter campaign invites hair and beauty professionals to make a regular minimum donation of £20 per month to the charity to support those who have fallen on hard times.
He will train under Sovereign Grooming’s Kyle Ross on an intensive course that equips students with the qualifications they need to become a barber in just 15-weeks.