Cosmetic Medicine Resources

This bundle of Cosmetic Medicine resources will provide you with a variety of high quality learning material


Based on the requirements for revalidation we have put together online CPD in aesthetic practice. Whether you are an established practitioner or looking to develop your cosmetic practice, this series of online modules will provide you with CPD to support your cosmetic career development. On successful completion, each module will provide you with 1 hour of CPD and you can print or download your certificate for appraisal or revalidation.

  • Aesthetics: Facial Anatomy
  • A good understanding of anatomy is the cornerstone of any cosmetic procedure. In this respect, understanding facial anatomy is critically important in delivering effective and safe aesthetic treatment. Similarly, it helps to appreciate and avoid potential complications.

  • Aging Skin and Hair
  • The skin is the largest organ covering the entire surface of the body. The effects of aging are most obvious in the changes that occur in the skin and is characterized by the development of wrinkles, reduced thickness, increasing pigmentation and increased laxity. For improved therapeutic outcomes it is important to understand the mechanisms through which the aging process alters skin, but also it is important to understand the hormonal changes that contribute. Similarly, knowledge of the processes involved in hair growth and hair loss can also optimise therapeutic outcomes.

  • Pharmacology of Botulinum Toxins
  • Understanding the mechanism, dosing, reconstitution and side effects of botulinum toxins is key to providing treatments, this module will improve your understanding by providing real life patient scenarios which will test and develop your understanding and knowledge

  • Anaphylaxis in Aesthetic Practice
  • Anaphylaxis is a rare but potentially life-threatening acute allergic reaction to some antigen. Whilst anaphylaxis associated with non-surgical cosmetic therapies is rare, it is reported and hence the aesthetic practitioner needs to be aware of how to treat this as a complication of their treatment.

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