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// Poor mental health affects half of all employees, with fear, shame and job insecurity the main reasons people choose to hide their problems from their employer, according to a survey of 44,000 people carried out by mental health charity Mind.

// Distributor Cozmetica UK has partnered exclusively with consultant treatment developer Carly St. John to create a set of wellnessenhancing, anti-ageing facials using its Gaylia Kristensen products. It has also appointed Nicky Maddox- Dyke as head trainer.

// EF Medispa has appointed plastic surgeon Dr Christopher Johnsson to join its medical team in Kensington, London. Johnsson has his own practice in Portugal and will be working between the two locations to cater to his international client base.

// The Welsh council is considering plans for a £200m wellness and life science village on the Carmarthenshire coast. The site will include a wellness hotel, sports and wellbeing centre, spa and primary care centre. The planning application for the project will be assessed by mid- November, with the projected opening date of the first phase due in 2021.

// Beauty e-retail site Skinforia has launched, aiming to bridge the gap between cosmeceutical and retail skincare. The site will host insights from industry experts, beauty trends and ingredient formulations.

This article appears in the PB October 2018 Issue of Professional Beauty

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This article appears in the PB October 2018 Issue of Professional Beauty