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Ron helps aesthetic clinics and suppliers to maximise their profits. With a proven business background in identifying and capitalising on trends and a love of the natural world, Ron is also keen to champion and incorporate sustainability issues in the Aesthetic arena.
Ron was involved in the launch of Botox into the UK marketplace in 1994, and in 2002 he set up a specialist consultancy service with business partner Martyn Roe, working on a variety of high-profile business and marketing projects in the aesthetic industry.
This included the development of Wigmore Medical’s concept as a specialist aesthetic distributor and the launch and development of the FACE Conference.
They also launched the UK's first consumer information website, The Consulting Room, in 2002 and introduced HydraFacial into the UK market as an aesthetic distributor.
In addition, they co-owned MediZen, a leading Midlands-based cosmetic clinic for 15 years with their partner, Dr David Eccleston.
For more information about Ron, please visit: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ronmyersbusinesscoach/
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Should Botox and Fillers be allowed to be Sold to the General Public from an Exhibition Stand?
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Treatments You Can Trust announced the challenges they have targeted for future development to help improve standards in aesthetics.
According to an article in the French magazine Anti-Age, the French High Authority of Health (HAS) has recently prohibited different lipolysis procedures.
Needles at Dawn! Beauty therapists challenge who should and should not be allowed to inject botox and dermal fillers.
I was invited to speak at a recent meeting on the subject of Cosmetic Surgery Trends. The focus of the meeting revolved around the lack of effective regulation.
A new site offering special one-day-only offers. The Deal of the Day was promoting an offer of 80 instead of 220 for skin injections in 2 areas of the face.
There are times when breast augmentation or enlargement surgery with silicone gel implants just doesn't go to plan; so what do you need to be aware of?
Treatments You Can Trust - The Nitty Gritty of Online Registration for the IHAS Register of Injectable Cosmetic Providers.
IHAS Register of Injectable Cosmetic Providers Quality assurance mark aimed at screening and registering doctors, dentists and registered nurses.
Allergan, manufacturers of Dermal Filler Juvderm Ultra, are inviting people via their US website to tell them what they really want on Valentines Day.
Parents want their children to grow up with a positive and healthy self-image so beware of the impact of advertising.
We see TV adverts relating to healthy eating, various diet plans or fitness but how long until we see advertisements for obesity or bariatric surgery.
A few weeks ago I was contacted by the UK distributor of a new product called the Kush aimed at women with larger breasts who sleep on their side. Does it work?
Would you be happy to be gifted Botox for Valentine's day? Experts wouldn't be as it's actually illegal to advertise Botox in the UK!