Welcome to the our Aesthetic Medicine news roundup, 12 February 2021.


Camels Disqualified From Beauty Contest For Using Botox
Yes, you read that right. There is such a thing as a beauty pageant for camels. And the rules are very strict, apparently.

Netizens call for tighter regulation of cosmetic surgery industry
Photos of a Chinese actress’ unsuccessful nose surgery went viral on Chinese social media on Thursday, drawing sympathy from many Chinese netizens and prompting calls for tighter regulation of the cosmetic surgery industry.

The Pandemic Has Sparked a Boom in Cosmetic Surgery Procedures
With a virus raging, the economy tanking and the country more divided than ever, what have Americans turned to? Religion, philosophy, social activism? For many people, the answer is cosmetic surgery.

Married at First Sight Australia’s Ines Bašić looks totally different two years after show
Ines Bašić from Married at First Sight Australia has got a whole new look.

Adverts for cosmetics must skirt tight medicines regulation around the world
Advertisers of cosmetic products must be careful not to stray into ‘medicalising’ their goods when making claims about the benefits they can bring to consumers.


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