Professional Beauty
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in brief

// CACI International has launched the Your CACI Guide for its professional accounts, to help them boost revenue, customer engagement and brand profile as they reopen. This includes a step-by-step marketing guide and advice on maximising the potential of your CACI system for the post-Covid-19 environment.

// Proto-col has partnered with Face the Future, launching a new online retail model for the brand’s collagen supplement and skincare range. Julia Barcoe Thompson, owner and director of Face the Future, commented: “Proto-col’s innovative technology, science-based values and high-performing formulations underpin what we believe in.”

// Ash Cosmetics has been shortlisted in the regional finals for the Great British Entrepreneur Award in the Fashion and Beauty Entrepreneur of the Year category. BBC radio presenter Raees Khan showed support by saying: “It is a forwardthinking company with ethical thinking at its heart.”

// Aesthetic equipment supplier Harley Technologies has partnered with Vydence Medical in the UK and Ireland to launch the Etherea MX laser platform. This new technology offers more than 70 aesthetic treatments and combines the Siberian Fit epidermal cooler or smoke evacuator to each laser handpiece.

// Clockface Beauty, which specialises in waterless, organic skincare, has launched an online Skin Clinic, offering bespoke consultations. Following a quiz on skin conditions and goals, clients receive treatment guidance or video advice from founder Sarah Thomas.

This article appears in the September 2020 Issue of Professional Beauty

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This article appears in the September 2020 Issue of Professional Beauty