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ANP SKIN YOUTH BIOME LAUNCH IIAA HEADQUARTERS, LONDON

PB features editor Georgia Seago was invited to an informative morning delving into the science and development of Advanced Nutrition Programme’s (ANP) Skin Youth Biome supplement. Aided by canine skin health mascot Minnie, the group of journalists and influencers heard from nutritional therapist and ANP brand manager Lorraine Perretta and regulatory and quality affairs manager Paul Naude about the relationship between the gut and the skin, and how the supplement was made and packaged for optimum results.

IMAGE SKINCARE 2019 WORLDWIDE LAUNCH PARTY

ONE MARYLEBONE, LONDON

Deputy editor Amanda Pauley joined 200 guests at Image Skincare’s glitzy 2019 Worldwide Launch Party in London. The annual event is the launch pad for the brand’s hottest new products and takes place in every country the company is stocked in, on the same night. Guests enjoyed a champagne reception with canapés, before watching presentations from Charlene Stoker, UK head of education, and Jacquelyn Hill, global director of training, on the brand’s four new masks, including a probioticbased one, which you can read about on page 110

DEFINE CLINIC OPENING PARTY

BEACONSFIELD

Aesthetic doctors Benji Dhillon, Mark Hughes and Slaine McGrath came together for the opening party of joint venture Define Clinic. The trio welcomed guests including reality TV personalities from Made in Chelsea to the clinic, where treatment demonstrations took place and guests chatted with representatives from suppliers including CoolSculpting, Lumenis and Allergan over drinks. The clinic offers a range of facial aesthetics and cosmetic dentistry treatments.

UK SPA ASSOCIATION NETWORKING EVENT

RUDDING PARK, HARROGATE

The spa industry came together for a day of talks, conversations and a tour of Rudding Park’s rooftop spa, during the UK Spa Association’s spring networking day. Amanda Winwood, founder of Made for Life Organics, spoke about making wellness accessible to all, and Franki Johnson, director of consultancy Embrace Change, gave a presentation on how to meet the needs of generation Z. The association’s next networking event will take place on September 16 at the new South Lodge Spa in Horsham.

BCA BUSINESS EVENT

IIAA HEADQUARTERS, LONDON

ASSOCIATION OF HAIRDRESSERS AND THERAPISTS (AHT) FINALS

THE WINTER GARDENS, BLACKPOOL

Scotland-based Borders College – one of skincare brand Eve Taylor’s partnership colleges – scooped six awards at the Association of Hairdressers and Therapists (AHT) Finals, held in Blackpool. Students from the college’s hairdressing and fashion make-up department entered six categories and all came away with prizes. Highlights included student Claire Boyle winning first place for the First Year Ladies Commercial Blow Dry. “We try to encourage as many colleges to compete at such events and it’s fantastic to see that this Borders College has developed so much talent from its students”, said Eve Taylor, OBE, founder of the eponymous brand. PB

This article appears in the May 2019 Issue of Professional Beauty

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This article appears in the May 2019 Issue of Professional Beauty