Author: adcpcamin

Aussie blokes’ attitudes to non-surgical cosmetic treatments to combat premature ageing have changed significantly in recent years. The latest survey1 conducted by the Cosmetic Physicians College of Australasia (CPCA), indicates 75 per cent of Australian men now think it’s acceptable to have anti-ageing treatments to...

The Non-Surgical Symposium is the premier educational event for non-surgical aesthetics in Australasia, hosted by The Australasian Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS) and the Cosmetic Physicians College of Australasia (CPCA). The Non-Surgical Symposium is attended by all practitioners performing non-surgical rejuvenation, including plastic surgeons, cosmetic...

The Cosmetic Physicians College of Australasia (CPCA) is increasingly concerned about public safety following another story (published by a West Australian newspaper) about patients suffering serious injuries from treatments using intense pulsed light (IPL) equipment conducted by someone without the appropriate training. Laser and IPL devices...

The New Zealand Society of Cosmetic Medicine invites you to join them in Queenstown New Zealand for their annual conference. Sessions include: Clinical Anatomy, Injectables, Adverse Events, Best Practice including Cultural Competence, CPRP/Laser, Skin Cancer, Inaugural Nurse session and Industry Symposium-New Products and Devices. Also offered pre...

Face and Neck Symposium & Dissection Workshop The Australasian Academy of Facial Plastic Surgery are conducting a three-day Symposium and Cadaver Dissection Workshop on surgical and non-surgical rejuvenation of the Face and Neck. AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL MARITIME MUSEUM SYDNEY 10-12 NOV, 2016 For more details, please click here. ...

A new article feature CPCA spokesperson, Dr Catherine Porter. According to Dr Porter, beauty treatments should never be DIY because "the risk of infection as a result of getting “injectables, laser treatments and microdermabrasion administered in unsafe environments” is “incredibly high”. Click here to read the article...