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Please see below to find our collection of current news articles covering cosmetic surgery and beauty stories from around the world. 

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01/02/2016 | How I froze off my double chin: An extraordinary new deep-freeze treatment known as CoolSculpting claims it can shed pounds from your face. A very nervous JENNI MURRAY dared to try it

01/02/2016 | SHAMELESS clinics are discussing cosmetic procedures with children as young as 15, a Sun investigation can reveal. Doctors, nurses and even a children’s surgeon were potentially willing to perform invasive beauty treatments on youngsters under 18.

22/01/2016 | Customers after the perfect smile have been left angry, confused and thousands of pounds out of pocket.Hundreds of customers who wanted the perfect smile have been left out of pocket after a dental company closed.

21/01/2016 | Crows feet, dark circles, bags and crepey skin - the eye area is the first place on the face to show signs of ageing. Until now, our beauty arsenal has included creams and serums, injectables, lasers and even surgery. But theres a new weapon on the scene that is harnessing some unlikely, cutting-edge technology: 3D printing.

20/01/2016 | A woman who used sunbeds until she was red raw for 25 minutes at a time only stopped when she developed malignant melanoma. Danielle Dyer, 28, from Southampton, Hampshire, became addicted aged 16 when she would have sunbed competitions with friends to see who could get the deepest tan.

19/01/2016 | The average selfie takes 20 goes to get right, and even then it’s never quite right is it? Perhaps it's no surprise then that the humble selfie is triggering a surge in cosmetic procedures.

17/01/2016 | A WOMAN has been left with a big hole in her leg after going to a salon for cellulite removal treatment. Last March, Marcela Petrasova attempted to banish her cellulite by booking in a fat-freezing treatment at Xpressions Beauty salon in Luton.

14/01/2016 | The American Academy of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery (AAFPRS) is pleased to announce the outcomes of its annual survey, which explores the top trends in facial plastic surgery over the past year and predictions for where the field is headed.

11/01/2016 | RepliCel (OTCQB: REPCF / TSX.V: RP) announced that it has been granted a patent (EP2623146) by the European Patent Office for its injection device technologies. The first device being developed under this patent, RCI-02, is designed for injecting hyaluronic acid as a dermal filler.

11/01/2016 | The advertising of medical services such as laser eye surgery, plastic surgery and skin treatments needs to be more closely regulated to protect consumers, according to a new report.

11/01/2016 | The Face Surgeons is run by a highly skilled team of five surgeons each expert in their field. Miss Sarah Osborne performs eyelid surgery (ophthalmology), maxillofacial surgery is provided by Miss Caroline Mills, Miss Katherine George and Miss Helen Witherow and Ear Nose and throat surgery by Miss Sarah Little.

08/01/2016 | Health Education England has today published two reports aimed at improving and standardising the training available to practitioners who carry out hair restoration surgery and non-surgical cosmetic procedures, such as botox, chemical peels and laser hair removal.

07/01/2016 | Allergan plc (NYSE: AGN), a leading global pharmaceutical company, today announced that it has acquired Anterios, Inc., a clinical stage biopharmaceutical company developing a next generation delivery system and botulinum toxin-based prescription products.

05/01/2016 | A huge proportion of Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) are ignoring official guidance by not funding potentially life-saving surgery, a new study has revealed.

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