Welcome to the our Aesthetic Medicine news roundup, 07 May 2021.

News Roundup

New Law To Make It Illegal To Give Botox And Fillers To Under-18s
Under 18s in the UK will be banned from getting Botox or fillers under new legislation.

Plastic surgeon posts before-and-after boob job pics on Instagram without permission
The woman begged for the pictures of her breasts to be taken offline after seeing them on Instagram following her operation at the hands of surgeon Dr Ahmed Abd El Gawad.

AbbVie expects Botox sales recovery in Europe after U.S. rebound
AbbVie Inc (ABBV.N) said on Friday it expects demand for cosmetic treatments such as Botox in Europe and Brazil to rebound in the second half of 2021 as restrictions ease and stringent safety measures are put in place.

Male consumers spur on medical aesthetics industry in China
Looking good is no longer a women’s business in China, judging by the growing number of men opting for medical aesthetics procedures in the country during the last two years.

Daewoong Pharm to double down on global foray with Nabota: CEO
Daewoong Pharmaceutical will increase its presence in the botulinum toxin market in the U.S. and other major overseas markets by maintaining momentum of record exports in March, the company’s chief executive Jeon Seung-ho told Maeil Business Newspaper.


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