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// Skincare brand BeautyLab London, which is distributed by Gerrard International, has unveiled new campaign imagery with a focus on radiant skin. The images of model Stacey Hannant were shot by photographer Mateusz Sitek, and will be available to salons and spas soon.

// Global Wellness Day is one of just 15 social responsibility projects and charities chosen by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, Harry and Meghan, to follow on their official Instagram page. The couple’s nine million-plus followers nominated the organisations.

// A team of 10 therapists has completed cancer therapy training with Made For Life Organics for the upcoming launch of The Spa at Carden. In addition, a partnership with charity Shine Bright has been secured, with three members invited to experience the spa recently.

// New York Laser Clinic has launched a vegan beer facial in its three London sites: Fulham, Baker Street and Bishopsgate. Said to treat acne by slowing sebum production due to its yeast content, the treatment also includes a beer and strawberry scrub.

// Cosmeceutical brand Nimue Skin Technology has named Farrah Fawcett as lead skincare specialist. She will teach in distributor Sweet Squared’s Leeds academy while lending support to Nimue salons and continuing to run her own salon, Angels Beauty Lounge in Hedon. The brand’s treatments are also now available in Malmasion Spas in Birmingham and Newcastle.

This article appears in the October 2019 Issue of Professional Beauty

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This article appears in the October 2019 Issue of Professional Beauty