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Danielle Lowe

BA (Hons)

Danielle Lowe is the Marketing Manager for  Consulting Room, (www.consultingroom.com) the UK’s largest aesthetic information website. 

Consulting Room has a unique profile and portfolio of services focused entirely around the UK Non-Surgical and Surgical Cosmetic Market.

Danielle combines her knowledge of digital media and PR to deliver bespoke marketing strategies to clinics and suppliers, focusing on getting the key message to the right clientele.

Her broader marketing role encompasses social media strategy, B2C and B2B online marketing strategy implementation, digital multimedia production, blogging, keyword selection, website content management, SEO, analytics, digital and print advertising design and implementation as well as marketing the number of events, conferences (www.smartseminar.co.uk) and services  Consulting Room organize.

Whether you're an industry supplier or distributor looking to launch a new product in the UK aesthetic market, or a practitioner wishing to grow their aesthetic clinic in an increasingly competitive marketplace, we provide knowledgeable advice and a wide range of practical hands-on services to increase your chances of success.

Web Address: https://www.consultingroom.com Email Address: danielle@consultingroom.com

Treatment Review: BioSkinJetting – My Story

I recently went to MediZen for a BioSkinJetting treatment and here is my journey.

Will breast augmentation affect your ability to breastfeed?

The breastfeeding question is a common one asked by many women when they are considering breast augmentation, and there's no simple answer.

Find quality staff for your aesthetic businesses with Cosmetic Recruitment

The Consulting Room is proud to announce the launch of www.cosmetic-recruitment.co.uk, a new website within our existing aesthetic services portfolio, dedicated to providing a simple recruitment process for both employers and candidates looking for a job within the aesthetic industry.

Consulting Room Editor Wins Journalist of The Year Award

Lorna Jackson, long standing Editor of The Consulting Room is thrilled to have won the Journalist of the Year award at the 2014 MyFaceMyBody Awards held at the Royal Garden Hotel in Kensington, London on Saturday 1st November 2014.

How to Protect Yourself from Skin Cancer

The sun?s rays can be very damaging to our skin and can hasten the aging of the skin. But if you are not careful, it will lead to a much serious formation of melanoma or skin cancer. So here are a few tips to care for your skin to prevent from getting skin cancer.

A Timeline of Cosmetic Procedures: (The When, Who and Where)

There is a well-documented history of cosmetic procedures which have been designed to improve the appearance of different people. In past times these operations were carried out on disfigured or severely injured individuals, as a means of improving their overall quality of life. Some of the key moments in the development of cosmetic procedures are highlighted in this article.

Confused about UVA and UVB Skin Damage? Don`t worry there`s an App for that!

Suncare experts La Roche Posay have developed a new app to be used in the battle against Melanoma and raise awareness of the damaging effects of UVA and UVB rays to the skin.

When choosing silicone bra fillets do you go for the chicken or the egg?

Let me introduce you to the full strap-on silicone breast bra!

Eastern Cosmetic Advertising Novel Marketing Ideas from `Lew` to Me!

Rarely a day goes by when I dont receive an email from a reputable Chinese manufacturer or my good friend Kyle from China offering cut price 'Botox', cheap lasers or some kind of radical new product that hasnt hit the UK marketplace yet. We recently received this humorous campaign in his inbox regarding a tripolar radiofrequency (RF) device.

Buyer Beware - the danger of cheap laser hair removal

The recent surge in popularity of discount voucher sites, most notably Groupon, has made laser and IPL (Intense Pulse Light) hair removal cheaper and easier than ever to get. However, consumers should beware of these sounds-too-good-to-be-true deals, they may be cutting the price of the treatment but are they also cutting corners?

How vain are Botox users?

A University of Toronto study says that even though advertisers try to push an acceptance of adults who decide to fight ageing cosmetically through dermal fillers, chemical peels, Botox and more invasive surgical options women still judge other women who try to iron out those little lines on their faces.

Morgellons: is the mystery condition solved at last?

Morgellons has long been a controversial subject. Sufferers say they experience skin eruptions with bugs, worms, eggs, splinters and fibres invading their skin however, these same sufferers often pass a clean bill of health. A study about the disease has been carried out by Mayo Clinic.

The perfect age to get Botox : fact or fiction?

The question of when is the right time to start Botox treatment is a topic of much discussion in the aesthetic industry is it a case of start young to prevent wrinkles appearing or is it more a case of wait and see?

Cosmetic Lasers and Regulation - Is there blame when complications occur?

It is no surprise that the number of accidents resulting from cosmetic lasers are steadily increasing year in year out. Perhaps the most famous example depicting this is Charlotte Cripps, a UK journalist who after undergoing IPL (Intense Pulsed Light) treatment in 2008 has been left with disfiguring burns.

Dental regulator issues guidance on remote prescribing

The UKs dental regulator, the General Dental Council (GDC), have issued new guidance for registrants on non-surgical cosmetic procedures.

Cosmetic News Awards 2011 - And the winners are

A rundown of the first Cosmetic News Aesthetic Awards 2011 from the venue to the night's awards winners.

Groupon Plastic Surgery Deal is Banned by the Advertising Standards Agency

The ASA have taken their first step in prohibiting the sale of cosmetic surgery deals on social deal sites by bannning an ad from Groupon for 5,000 worth of cosmetic surgery.

Merz Aesthetics Announces FDA Approval Of Belotero Balance

Merz Aesthetics have announced FDA approval of BELOTERO balance dermal filler for the correction of moderate-to-severe facial wrinkles and folds.

Is a picture book the best way to teach children about cosmetic surgery?

Cosmetic surgery is becoming widely acceptable in society. Of course, this is something that people will forever argue over, but putting the facts and figures to one side for a second, its interesting to think about how education about surgery can be woven into the way people raise their children.

Are attractive people more successful?

In his new book Beauty Pays Hamermesh, a professor at the University of Texas, breaks beauty down into a 5 point rating system to try and prove the link between economics and beauty.

The beauty trade-off: Would you trade a year of your life to acheive your ideal weight?

Earlier this year The Succeed Foundation conducted research into the importance female university students place on appearances and in a modern day Faustian tale, discovered that 30% of women would trade at least one year of their life to achieve their ideal body weight and shape. What would you trade?

Sandcastles, Sightseeing and Surgery - Summers over but is medical tourism here to stay?

As the summer draws to a close and the beach resorts of Spain and the canaries are closing for the winter, have you given any thought to your next getaway? For some people, a holiday is about more than sandcastles and sightseeing its about cheap cosmetic surgery.

Outrage over Magazines 'crass' offer of Free Surgery

The October issue of Love It! Magazine has come under criticism from members of the aesthetic industry for their competition offering free surgery to its readers. The competition, entitled Who Deserves Cosmetic Surgery the Most, allows its readers to vote for the winner.

Want a derriere to rival Jenifer Lopez?... the secrets in the box!

For those women out there who want a more rounded derriere but dont want to indulge in surgical implants what can you do? Well, the folks at Bremenn labs have put their two cents in and come up with the solution: Butt lift in a Box.

OAP to OMG: The rise of 'silver' cosmetic surgery

Silver surgery has become a hot topic around the world thanks to one woman: Marie Kolstad. The 83-year-old has made headlines around the globe after revealing her breast implants. As is to be expected, it's an operation that's proved pretty controversial.

Getting breast implants when you feel flat chested and flat broke... what NOT to do.

Take A Break magazine recently featured a woman who appealing to strangers to donate money towards her breast implants via a website called "myfreeimplants.com". With a reluctant hesitation we decided to see what the site was about...

New research suggests obituary photos exhibit a bias towards ageing

women show a bias towards anti-ageing Im guessing people wouldnt be too surprised, however what if we were to tell you that it concerns the recently deceased?

Whats the difference between natural breasts and implants... 1/7th of a coconut apparently!

Cosmetic information website Cosmetic Surgery Guru has put together the very breast of British which details the way the nation feels about breasts,

Merz Aesthetics announces FDA approval of Xeomin

FDA approval of Xeomin (incobotulinumtxina) for the temporary improvement in the appearance of moderate to severe glabellar lines in adult patients.

Lavender - The surprising ingredient to a stress free and calm procedure

Whether youre just slightly squeamish about needles or suffer from trypanophobia, the thought of Botox or other dermal fillers can be quite terrifying.

New Book Review: Fabulous Faces, From motivation to transformation through facial plastic surgery by Peter Adamson

Think you understand why people get cosmetic surgery? Well this book may surprise you. Fabulous Faces by Peter A. Adamson, M.D is an informative collection.

France reverses the decision to Ban all Non-Surgical Lipolysis

the French High Authority on Health (HAS) had prohibited the use of all non-surgical Lipolysis cosmetic procedures.

Unique New Industry Cosmetic Training site is launched

Here at the Consulting Room we pride ourselves on our knowledge of all things Aesthetic. We are always designing new concepts to benefit businesses and our latest website is a dedicated training services portal hosting information related to all aspects of training and education www.cosmetictraining.co.uk.

FACE Conference and Exhibition 2011 and Aesthetic Industry Summer Ball

Its that time of year again - the sun was shining (well thats in-between the downpours), the birds were chirping and the creme de la creme of the aesthetic industry were making their annual pilgrimage to the Royal Society of Physicians in London for the FACE Conference.

Want to inject dermal fillers and botulinum toxins but dont have any experience? In Sweden thats no problem.

It seems the controversial debate surrounding the question of whether or not Beauty Therapists should be allowed to administer Cosmetic Injectables has had the entire industry talking. While this debate rages on here in the UK the answer to who is allowed to inject Injectables in Sweden is easy: Anyone!

And the winner is.... Breast Augmentations being used in prize giveaways - the rise of this startling new trend

A Canadian radio station, Calgary AMP 90.3fm and Desperados nightclub are holding a contest to win a $10,000 breast augmentation procedure. The contest, named the Breast Summer Ever, is the latest Cosmetic Surgery prize contest to hit the headlines and stir up social controversy.

The Wayne Rooney guide to hair transplants... now hairs something you don't read every day!

Who knew Wayne Rooney had such comical roots? It seems Rooney has become the unofficial mascot of balding men everywhere. He's been championed for his outspokenness on the subject and praised for bringing publicity to the issue and sparked off a surge in similar hair loss procedures.

My Big Fat Plastic Surgery Prize Draw... are you big fat kidding me?

Last week we were dumbfounded by the announcement of My Big Fat Plastic Surgery Prize Draw a cosmetic surgery lottery held in a London nightclub and championed by the human Barbie, Sarah Burge, and ULuvka a Polish vodka company. This may sound like the start of a bad joke (which is exactly what we thought it was at first!) but its true...

Cosmetic Surgery Network Consultants A New Home Based Business Opportunity!

Do you want to break into the cosmetic industry? Do you want to work from home, control your own hours and be your own boss? Well it seems the Surgery Network has the solution. Aimed at stay at home Mums and people who want to start a home-based business, network-surgery.com is offering their proven business formula to turn you into an aesthetic surgery expert.

Gain 3 cupsizes in a matter of seconds... Theres an app for that!

In a world dominated by technology and where the iPhone is king, it was only a matter of time before plastic surgery got the virtual treatment. This week we were introduced to the iAugment, the latest Photoshop-style app that gives users instantly bigger breasts!

Court settles 54 million pound plastic surgery claim

High Court settles Britain's highest every plastic surgery claim for 54 million pounds awarding the plaintiff, Mrs Penny Johnson a record 6.2 million.

Why liposuction is not a treatment for obesity

Researchers from the University of Colorado have carried out liposuction trials on women with large amounts of adipose (fat) tissue around their lower abdomen, hips or thighs. After 12 months they discovered the fat had been redistributed to other parts of the body. We talk to expert Dr. Bea Brookes.....

The Fresh Diet - A prescription for feeling healthy?

The Fresh Diet is the latest diet to hit the headlines in the U.S and its no wonder with its website promoting weight loss of up to 4 pounds in the first week alone.