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Entries for the Aesthetics Awards 2023 are now closed. 

There are 25 categories available to enter. Click on each of the below categories to read the entry requirements and judging criteria. Applications must also consider the Aesthetics Awards Terms and Conditions . Applicants may enter more than one applicable category.

Entry recommendations

You are encouraged to keep your entry concise and clear. A strict word limit of 170 words is enforced for each question in your entry and you must not exceed this; entries can be supplemented with additional materials. References are included in the word count, although you may supply a reference list as part of your supplementary materials if it exceeds the word count.

Supplementary materials: you may add relevant supplementary materials to your entry such as: videos, images, references, testimonials, statistics, etc. They should be relevant to the entry and mentioned in the relevant question they relate to. Supplementary materials which provide extended answers to the questions will be discounted.

Formatting: it is recommended to draft your entry offline in a Word document before submitting. Formatting cannot be copied and pasted from Word documents, so you should only add these when submitting your entry on the website. Please check your entry carefully for accuracy, grammar and spelling. Judges will mark down entries that do not answer all questions.

Entry fee:  entry is free to all Aesthetics journal Full, Print and Digital members. You must become a Member of the Aesthetics community to enter the Aesthetics Awards – £60 for Digital, £100 for print, and £130 for Full – click here to sign up.

You can purchase your membership through the Aesthetics Awards website, however you will only have the option to become a Full member so all other membership options must go through the Aesthetics journal website . You will receive your entry code via email; note that some systems may filter this email to junk. Email contact@aestheticsjournal.com if you have not received this.

Amendments and late entries: There will be no opportunity to amend your entry after the 30th of September 2022 unless you pay a £100+VAT administration fee and this information is received before shortlisting has begun. Entries submitted after the closing date will also be subject to a £100 fee – email contact@aestheticsjournal.com for more information.

This Award will be given to the manufacturer or supplier considered to offer the best device in the UK. The category is open to any energy-based device available in UK medical aesthetic clinics, as well as energy powered devices, hand-held devices, machines etc. Finalists will be able to demonstrate a wide range of indications, evidence of good safety and efficacy, optimum duration and tangible benefits over similar treatments on the market.

If the product launched after 1 January 2021, it is also eligible for the Product Innovation Award. Companies may enter the same product in both categories, if eligible, but it can only be announced as a Finalist in one, which will be determined by The Aesthetics Awards. The entrant must abide by the Aesthetics Awards Terms and Conditions , which can be found online.

The Winner will be selected from the Finalists using a combination of Aesthetics journal reader votes and judges’ scores. Voting will constitute a 20% share of the final score.

Entry recommendations

You are encouraged to keep your entry concise and clear. A strict word limit of 170 words is enforced for each question in your entry and you must not exceed this; entries can be supplemented with additional materials. References are included in the word count, although you may supply a reference list as part of your supplementary materials if it exceeds the word count.

Supplementary materials: you may add relevant supplementary materials to your entry such as: videos, images, references, testimonials, statistics, etc. They should be relevant to the entry and mentioned in the relevant question they relate to. Supplementary materials which provide extended answers to the questions will be discounted.

Formatting: it is recommended to draft your entry offline in a Word document before submitting. Formatting cannot be copied and pasted from Word documents, so you should only add these when submitting your entry on the website. Please check your entry carefully for accuracy, grammar and spelling. Judges will mark down entries that do not answer all questions. Supplementary materials: you may add relevant supplementary materials to your entry such as: videos, images, references, testimonials, statistics, etc. They should be relevant to the entry and mentioned in the relevant question it relates to.

Entry fee: entry is free to all Aesthetics journal Full, Print and Digital members. You must become a Member of the Aesthetics community to enter the Aesthetics Awards – £60 for Digital, £100 for print, and £130 for Full – click here to sign up. You can purchase your membership through the Aesthetics Awards website, however you will only have the option to become a Full member so all other membership options must go through the Aesthetics journal website. You will receive your entry code via email; note that some systems may filter this email to junk. Email contact@aestheticsjournal.com if you have not received this.

Amendments and late entries: There will be no opportunity to amend your entry after the 30th of September 2022 unless you pay a £100+VAT administration fee and this information is received before shortlisting has begun. Entries submitted after the closing date will also be subject to a £100 fee – email contact@aestheticsjournal.com for more information.

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This Award will recognise the medical aesthetic nurse in the UK or Ireland who is deemed to have contributed most to the profession and/or has provided the most outstanding care and treatment to their patients in the last 12 months. The Winner will be judged on their clinical expertise, continuous professional development, commitment to patient safety and the difference they make to their patients, clinic and the profession as a whole. This category is only open to nurses with more than five years’ demonstrable experience of working in the aesthetic specialty. For those with less than five years’ experience, please enter the Rising Star of the Year category.

The Winner will be selected by The Aesthetics Awards judges, and there will be no voting element for this category.

Entry recommendations

You are encouraged to keep your entry concise and clear. A strict word limit of 170 words is enforced for each question in your entry and you must not exceed this; entries can be supplemented with additional materials. References are included in the word count, although you may supply a reference list as part of your supplementary materials if it exceeds the word count.

Supplementary materials: you may add relevant supplementary materials to your entry such as: videos, images, references, testimonials, statistics, etc. They should be relevant to the entry and mentioned in the relevant question they relate to. Supplementary materials which provide extended answers to the questions will be discounted.

Formatting: it is recommended to draft your entry offline in a Word document before submitting. Formatting cannot be copied and pasted from Word documents, so you should only add these when submitting your entry on the website. Please check your entry carefully for accuracy, grammar and spelling. Judges will mark down entries that do not answer all questions. Supplementary materials: you may add relevant supplementary materials to your entry such as: videos, images, references, testimonials, statistics, etc. They should be relevant to the entry and mentioned in the relevant question it relates to.

Entry fee: entry is free to all Aesthetics journal Full, Print and Digital members. You must become a Member of the Aesthetics community to enter the Aesthetics Awards – £60 for Digital, £100 for print, and £130 for Full – click here to sign up. You can purchase your membership through the Aesthetics Awards website, however you will only have the option to become a Full member so all other membership options must go through the Aesthetics journal website. You will receive your entry code via email; note that some systems may filter this email to junk. Email contact@aestheticsjournal.com if you have not received this.

Amendments and late entries: There will be no opportunity to amend your entry after the 30th of September 2022 unless you pay a £100+VAT administration fee and this information is received before shortlisting has begun. Entries submitted after the closing date will also be subject to a £100 fee – email contact@aestheticsjournal.com for more information.

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  • The entrant must abide by The Aesthetics Awards Terms and Conditions .
  • The aesthetic nurse must provide their NMC number (or Irish equivalent), which will be checked to ensure they are active on the register, and do not have any restrictions on practice. They must also be practising in an appropriate and registered clinic.
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Best Clinic categories are awarded regionally and include: North England, South England, London, Scotland, Midlands & Wales, Ireland & Northern Ireland. They will be judged on commitment to excellence in customer service, patient care and patient safety, as well as evidence of good feedback from patients. The Award is only open to clinics that were established before 1 January 2021. Those that were established after should enter the Aesthetics Award for Best New Clinic UK & Ireland. The Aesthetics Awards reserves the right to move your clinic entry to another regional or new clinic category if deemed appropriate. You will be notified of this change. If your clinic is part of a clinic group, only one clinic within the group may be entered per region and not the entire group.

The Winner will be selected by The Aesthetics Awards judges, and there will be no voting element for this category.

Entry recommendations

You are encouraged to keep your entry concise and clear. A strict word limit of 170 words is enforced for each question in your entry and you must not exceed this; entries can be supplemented with additional materials. References are included in the word count, although you may supply a reference list as part of your supplementary materials if it exceeds the word count.


Supplementary materials : you may add relevant supplementary materials to your entry such as: videos, images, references, testimonials, statistics, etc. They should be relevant to the entry and mentioned in the relevant question they relate to. Supplementary materials which provide extended answers to the questions will be discounted.

Formatting: it is recommended to draft your entry offline in a Word document before submitting. Formatting cannot be copied and pasted from Word documents, so you should only add these when submitting your entry on the website. Please check your entry carefully for accuracy, grammar and spelling. Judges will mark down entries that do not answer all questions. Supplementary materials: you may add relevant supplementary materials to your entry such as: videos, images, references, testimonials, statistics, etc. They should be relevant to the entry and mentioned in the relevant question it relates to.

Entry fee: entry is free to all Aesthetics journal Full, Print and Digital members. You must become a Member of the Aesthetics community to enter the Aesthetics Awards – £60 for Digital, £100 for print, and £130 for Full – click here to sign up. You can purchase your membership through the Aesthetics Awards website, however you will only have the option to become a Full member so all other membership options must go through the Aesthetics journal website. You will receive your entry code via email; note that some systems may filter this email to junk. Email contact@aestheticsjournal.com if you have not received this.

Amendments and late entries: There will be no opportunity to amend your entry after the 30th of September 2022 unless you pay a £100+VAT administration fee and this information is received before shortlisting has begun. Entries submitted after the closing date will also be subject to a £100 fee – email contact@aestheticsjournal.com for more information.

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  • The entrant must abide by the Aesthetics Awards Terms and Conditions, which can be found online.
  • The clinic must be a medically-led clinic with a named medical director. The medical professionals within the clinic must be registered with their medical regulatory body (GMC/GDC/NMC or Irish equivalent), which will be checked to ensure they are active on the appropriate medical register and do not have any restrictions on practice. 
  • If your clinic is performing medical treatments, confirm you are registered with the appropriate premises regulator (e.g. CQC/RQIA/CIW/HIS/HIQA).
Sponsored by:

Best Clinic categories are awarded regionally and include: North England, South England, London, Scotland, Midlands & Wales, Ireland & Northern Ireland. They will be judged on commitment to excellence in customer service, patient care and patient safety, as well as evidence of good feedback from patients. The Award is only open to clinics that were established before 1 January 2021. Those that were established after should enter the Aesthetics Award for Best New Clinic UK & Ireland. The Aesthetics Awards reserves the right to move your clinic entry to another regional or new clinic category if deemed appropriate. You will be notified of this change. If your clinic is part of a clinic group, only one clinic within the group may be entered per region and not the entire group.

The Winner will be selected by The Aesthetics Awards judges, and there will be no voting element for this category.

Entry recommendations

You are encouraged to keep your entry concise and clear. A strict word limit of 170 words is enforced for each question in your entry and you must not exceed this; entries can be supplemented with additional materials. References are included in the word count, although you may supply a reference list as part of your supplementary materials if it exceeds the word count.

Supplementary materials: you may add relevant supplementary materials to your entry such as: videos, images, references, testimonials, statistics, etc. They should be relevant to the entry and mentioned in the relevant question they relate to. Supplementary materials which provide extended answers to the questions will be discounted.

Formatting: it is recommended to draft your entry offline in a Word document before submitting. Formatting cannot be copied and pasted from Word documents, so you should only add these when submitting your entry on the website. Please check your entry carefully for accuracy, grammar and spelling. Judges will mark down entries that do not answer all questions. Supplementary materials: you may add relevant supplementary materials to your entry such as: videos, images, references, testimonials, statistics, etc. They should be relevant to the entry and mentioned in the relevant question it relates to.

Entry fee: entry is free to all Aesthetics journal Full, Print and Digital members. You must become a Member of the Aesthetics community to enter the Aesthetics Awards – £60 for Digital, £100 for print, and £130 for Full – click here to sign up. You can purchase your membership through the Aesthetics Awards website, however you will only have the option to become a Full member so all other membership options must go through the Aesthetics journal website. You will receive your entry code via email; note that some systems may filter this email to junk. Email contact@aestheticsjournal.com if you have not received this.

Amendments and late entries: There will be no opportunity to amend your entry after the 30th of September 2022 unless you pay a £100+VAT administration fee and this information is received before shortlisting has begun. Entries submitted after the closing date will also be subject to a £100 fee – email contact@aestheticsjournal.com for more information.

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  • The entrant must abide by the Aesthetics Awards Terms and Conditions, which can be found online.
  • The clinic must be a medically-led clinic with a named medical director. The medical professionals within the clinic must be registered with their medical regulatory body (GMC/GDC/NMC or Irish equivalent), which will be checked to ensure they are active on the appropriate medical register and do not have any restrictions on practice. 
  • If your clinic is performing medical treatments, confirm you are registered with the appropriate premises regulator (e.g. CQC/RQIA/CIW/HIS/HIQA).

Best Clinic categories are awarded regionally and include: North England, South England, London, Scotland, Midlands & Wales, Ireland & Northern Ireland. They will be judged on commitment to excellence in customer service, patient care and patient safety, as well as evidence of good feedback from patients. The Award is only open to clinics that were established before 1 January 2021. Those that were established after should enter the Aesthetics Award for Best New Clinic UK & Ireland. The Aesthetics Awards reserves the right to move your clinic entry to another regional or new clinic category if deemed appropriate. You will be notified of this change. If your clinic is part of a clinic group, only one clinic within the group may be entered per region and not the entire group.

The Winner will be selected by The Aesthetics Awards judges, and there will be no voting element for this category.

Entry recommendations

You are encouraged to keep your entry concise and clear. A strict word limit of 170 words is enforced for each question in your entry and you must not exceed this; entries can be supplemented with additional materials. References are included in the word count, although you may supply a reference list as part of your supplementary materials if it exceeds the word count.

Supplementary materials: you may add relevant supplementary materials to your entry such as: videos, images, references, testimonials, statistics, etc. They should be relevant to the entry and mentioned in the relevant question they relate to. Supplementary materials which provide extended answers to the questions will be discounted.

Formatting: it is recommended to draft your entry offline in a Word document before submitting. Formatting cannot be copied and pasted from Word documents, so you should only add these when submitting your entry on the website. Please check your entry carefully for accuracy, grammar and spelling. Judges will mark down entries that do not answer all questions.

Entry fee: entry is free to all Aesthetics journal Full, Print and Digital members. You must become a Member of the Aesthetics community to enter the Aesthetics Awards – £60 for Digital, £100 for print, and £130 for Full – click here to sign up. You can purchase your membership through the Aesthetics Awards website, however you will only have the option to become a Full member so all other membership options must go through the Aesthetics journal website. You will receive your entry code via email; note that some systems may filter this email to junk. Email contact@aestheticsjournal.com if you have not received this.

Amendments and late entries: There will be no opportunity to amend your entry after the 30th of September 2022 unless you pay a £100+VAT administration fee and this information is received before shortlisting has begun. Entries submitted after the closing date will also be subject to a £100 fee – email contact@aestheticsjournal.com for more information.

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  • The entrant must abide by the Aesthetics Awards Terms and Conditions, which can be found online.
  • The clinic must be a medically-led clinic with a named medical director. The medical professionals within the clinic must be registered with their medical regulatory body (GMC/GDC/NMC or Irish equivalent), which will be checked to ensure they are active on the appropriate medical register and do not have any restrictions on practice. 
  • If your clinic is performing medical treatments, confirm you are registered with the appropriate premises regulator (e.g. CQC/RQIA/CIW/HIS/HIQA).

Best Clinic categories are awarded regionally and include: North England, South England, London, Scotland, Midlands & Wales, Ireland & Northern Ireland. They will be judged on commitment to excellence in customer service, patient care and patient safety, as well as evidence of good feedback from patients. The Award is only open to clinics that were established before 1 January 2021. Those that were established after should enter the Aesthetics Award for Best New Clinic UK & Ireland. The Aesthetics Awards reserves the right to move your clinic entry to another regional or new clinic category if deemed appropriate. You will be notified of this change. If your clinic is part of a clinic group, only one clinic within the group may be entered per region and not the entire group.

The Winner will be selected by The Aesthetics Awards judges, and there will be no voting element for this category.

Entry recommendations

You are encouraged to keep your entry concise and clear. A strict word limit of 170 words is enforced for each question in your entry and you must not exceed this; entries can be supplemented with additional materials. References are included in the word count, although you may supply a reference list as part of your supplementary materials if it exceeds the word count.

Supplementary materials: you may add relevant supplementary materials to your entry such as: videos, images, references, testimonials, statistics, etc. They should be relevant to the entry and mentioned in the relevant question they relate to. Supplementary materials which provide extended answers to the questions will be discounted.

Formatting: it is recommended to draft your entry offline in a Word document before submitting. Formatting cannot be copied and pasted from Word documents, so you should only add these when submitting your entry on the website. Please check your entry carefully for accuracy, grammar and spelling. Judges will mark down entries that do not answer all questions.

Entry fee: entry is free to all Aesthetics journal Full, Print and Digital members. You must become a Member of the Aesthetics community to enter the Aesthetics Awards – £60 for Digital, £100 for print, and £130 for Full – click here to sign up. You can purchase your membership through the Aesthetics Awards website, however you will only have the option to become a Full member so all other membership options must go through the Aesthetics journal website. You will receive your entry code via email; note that some systems may filter this email to junk. Email contact@aestheticsjournal.com if you have not received this.

Amendments and late entries: There will be no opportunity to amend your entry after the 30th of September 2022 unless you pay a £100+VAT administration fee and this information is received before shortlisting has begun. Entries submitted after the closing date will also be subject to a £100 fee – email contact@aestheticsjournal.com for more information.

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  • The entrant must abide by the Aesthetics Awards Terms and Conditions, which can be found online.
  • The clinic must be a medically-led clinic with a named medical director. The medical professionals within the clinic must be registered with their medical regulatory body (GMC/GDC/NMC or Irish equivalent), which will be checked to ensure they are active on the appropriate medical register and do not have any restrictions on practice. 
  • If your clinic is performing medical treatments, confirm you are registered with the appropriate premises regulator (e.g. CQC/RQIA/CIW/HIS/HIQA).

Best Clinic categories are awarded regionally and include: North England, South England, London, Scotland, Midlands & Wales, Ireland & Northern Ireland. They will be judged on commitment to excellence in customer service, patient care and patient safety, as well as evidence of good feedback from patients. The Award is only open to clinics that were established before 1 January 2021. Those that were established after should enter the Aesthetics Award for Best New Clinic UK & Ireland.The Aesthetics Awards reserves the right to move your clinic entry to another regional or new clinic category if deemed appropriate. You will be notified of this change. If your clinic is part of a clinic group, only one clinic within the group may be entered per region and not the entire group.

The Winner will be selected by The Aesthetics Awards judges, and there will be no voting element for this category.

Entry recommendations

You are encouraged to keep your entry concise and clear. A strict word limit of 170 words is enforced for each question in your entry and you must not exceed this; entries can be supplemented with additional materials. References are included in the word count, although you may supply a reference list as part of your supplementary materials if it exceeds the word count.

Supplementary materials: you may add relevant supplementary materials to your entry such as: videos, images, references, testimonials, statistics, etc. They should be relevant to the entry and mentioned in the relevant question they relate to. Supplementary materials which provide extended answers to the questions will be discounted.

Formatting: it is recommended to draft your entry offline in a Word document before submitting. Formatting cannot be copied and pasted from Word documents, so you should only add these when submitting your entry on the website. Please check your entry carefully for accuracy, grammar and spelling. Judges will mark down entries that do not answer all questions.

Entry fee: entry is free to all Aesthetics journal Full, Print and Digital members. You must become a Member of the Aesthetics community to enter the Aesthetics Awards – £60 for Digital, £100 for print, and £130 for Full – click here to sign up. You can purchase your membership through the Aesthetics Awards website, however you will only have the option to become a Full member so all other membership options must go through the Aesthetics journal website. You will receive your entry code via email; note that some systems may filter this email to junk. Email contact@aestheticsjournal.com if you have not received this.

Amendments and late entries: There will be no opportunity to amend your entry after the 30th of September 2022 unless you pay a £100+VAT administration fee and this information is received before shortlisting has begun. Entries submitted after the closing date will also be subject to a £100 fee – email contact@aestheticsjournal.com for more information.

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  • The entrant must abide by the Aesthetics Awards Terms and Conditions, which can be found online.
  • The clinic must be a medically-led clinic with a named medical director. The medical professionals within the clinic must be registered with their medical regulatory body (GMC/GDC/NMC or Irish equivalent), which will be checked to ensure they are active on the appropriate medical register and do not have any restrictions on practice. 
  • If your clinic is performing medical treatments, confirm you are registered with the appropriate premises regulator (e.g. CQC/RQIA/CIW/HIS/HIQA).
Sponsored by:

Best Clinic categories are awarded regionally and include: North England, South England, London, Scotland, Midlands & Wales, Ireland & Northern Ireland. They will be judged on commitment to excellence in customer service, patient care and patient safety, as well as evidence of good feedback from patients. The Award is only open to clinics that were established before 1 January 2021. Those that were established after should enter the Aesthetics Award for Best New Clinic UK & Ireland. The Aesthetics Awards reserves the right to move your clinic entry to another regional or new clinic category if deemed appropriate. You will be notified of this change. If your clinic is part of a clinic group, only one clinic within the group may be entered per region and not the entire group.

The Winner will be selected by The Aesthetics Awards judges, and there will be no voting element for this category.

Entry recommendations

You are encouraged to keep your entry concise and clear. A strict word limit of 170 words is enforced for each question in your entry and you must not exceed this; entries can be supplemented with additional materials. References are included in the word count, although you may supply a reference list as part of your supplementary materials if it exceeds the word count.

Supplementary materials: you may add relevant supplementary materials to your entry such as: videos, images, references, testimonials, statistics, etc. They should be relevant to the entry and mentioned in the relevant question they relate to. Supplementary materials which provide extended answers to the questions will be discounted.

Formatting: it is recommended to draft your entry offline in a Word document before submitting. Formatting cannot be copied and pasted from Word documents, so you should only add these when submitting your entry on the website. Please check your entry carefully for accuracy, grammar and spelling. Judges will mark down entries that do not answer all questions.

Entry fee: entry is free to all Aesthetics journal Full, Print and Digital members. You must become a Member of the Aesthetics community to enter the Aesthetics Awards – £60 for Digital, £100 for print, and £130 for Full – click here to sign up. You can purchase your membership through the Aesthetics Awards website, however you will only have the option to become a Full member so all other membership options must go through the Aesthetics journal website. You will receive your entry code via email; note that some systems may filter this email to junk. Email contact@aestheticsjournal.com if you have not received this.

Amendments and late entries: There will be no opportunity to amend your entry after the 30th of September 2022 unless you pay a £100+VAT administration fee and this information is received before shortlisting has begun. Entries submitted after the closing date will also be subject to a £100 fee – email contact@aestheticsjournal.com for more information.

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  • The entrant must abide by the Aesthetics Awards Terms and Conditions, which can be found online.
  • The clinic must be a medically-led clinic with a named medical director. The medical professionals within the clinic must be registered with their medical regulatory body (GMC/GDC/NMC or Irish equivalent), which will be checked to ensure they are active on the appropriate medical register and do not have any restrictions on practice. 
  • If your clinic is performing medical treatments, confirm you are registered with the appropriate premises regulator (e.g. CQC/RQIA/CIW/HIS/HIQA).

This Award will be given to the partner company deemed to offer the best non-clinical support for clinics. These companies will offer business services or product support tailored to the aesthetics market such as imaging software, CRM software, PR, advertising, marketing, financial support, legal and insurance. The judges will select Finalists who show evidence that their products and services benefit the running and success of aesthetic clinics. The entrant must abide by The Aesthetics Awards Terms and Conditions, which can be found online.

The Winner will be selected from the Finalists using a combination of Aesthetics journal reader votes and judges’ scores. Voting will constitute a 20% share of the final score.

Entry recommendations

You are encouraged to keep your entry concise and clear. A strict word limit of 170 words is enforced for each question in your entry and you must not exceed this; entries can be supplemented with additional materials. References are included in the word count, although you may supply a reference list as part of your supplementary materials if it exceeds the word count.

Supplementary materials: you may add relevant supplementary materials to your entry such as: videos, images, references, testimonials, statistics, etc. They should be relevant to the entry and mentioned in the relevant question they relate to. Supplementary materials which provide extended answers to the questions will be discounted.

Formatting: it is recommended to draft your entry offline in a Word document before submitting. Formatting cannot be copied and pasted from Word documents, so you should only add these when submitting your entry on the website. Please check your entry carefully for accuracy, grammar and spelling. Judges will mark down entries that do not answer all questions.

Entry fee: entry is free to all Aesthetics journal Full, Print and Digital members. You must become a Member of the Aesthetics community to enter the Aesthetics Awards – £60 for Digital, £100 for print, and £130 for Full – click here to sign up. You can purchase your membership through the Aesthetics Awards website, however you will only have the option to become a Full member so all other membership options must go through the Aesthetics journal website. You will receive your entry code via email; note that some systems may filter this email to junk. Email contact@aestheticsjournal.com if you have not received this.

Amendments and late entries: There will be no opportunity to amend your entry after the 30th of September 2022 unless you pay a £100+VAT administration fee and this information is received before shortlisting has begun. Entries submitted after the closing date will also be subject to a £100 fee – email contact@aestheticsjournal.com for more information.

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The Award for Best New Clinic is open to any clinic in the UK or Ireland that was established after 1 January 2021. If you enter Best New Clinic, you will not be eligible for entry in any of the regional clinic categories. The Best New Clinic will be judged on initiatives designed to promote growth, evidence of commitment to customer service, patient care and patient safety, as well as good feedback from patients. The Aesthetics Awards reserves the right to move your clinic entry to a regional category if deemed appropriate.

The Winner will be selected by The Aesthetics Awards judges, and there will be no voting element for this category.

Entry recommendations

You are encouraged to keep your entry concise and clear. A strict word limit of 170 words is enforced for each question in your entry and you must not exceed this; entries can be supplemented with additional materials. References are included in the word count, although you may supply a reference list as part of your supplementary materials if it exceeds the word count.

Supplementary materials: you may add relevant supplementary materials to your entry such as: videos, images, references, testimonials, statistics, etc. They should be relevant to the entry and mentioned in the relevant question they relate to. Supplementary materials which provide extended answers to the questions will be discounted.

Formatting: it is recommended to draft your entry offline in a Word document before submitting. Formatting cannot be copied and pasted from Word documents, so you should only add these when submitting your entry on the website. Please check your entry carefully for accuracy, grammar and spelling. Judges will mark down entries that do not answer all questions.

Entry fee: entry is free to all Aesthetics journal Full, Print and Digital members. You must become a Member of the Aesthetics community to enter the Aesthetics Awards – £60 for Digital, £100 for print, and £130 for Full – click here to sign up. You can purchase your membership through the Aesthetics Awards website, however you will only have the option to become a Full member so all other membership options must go through the Aesthetics journal website. You will receive your entry code via email; note that some systems may filter this email to junk. Email contact@aestheticsjournal.com if you have not received this.

Amendments and late entries: There will be no opportunity to amend your entry after the 30th of September 2022 unless you pay a £100+VAT administration fee and this information is received before shortlisting has begun. Entries submitted after the closing date will also be subject to a £100 fee – email contact@aestheticsjournal.com for more information.

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  • The entrant must abide by the Aesthetics Awards Terms and Conditions, which can be found online.
  • The clinic must be a medically-led clinic with a named medical director. The medical professionals within the clinic must be registered with their medical regulatory body (GMC/GDC/NMC or Irish equivalent), which will be checked to ensure they are active on the appropriate medical register and do not have any restrictions on practice.
  • If your clinic is performing medical treatments, confirm you are registered with the appropriate premises regulator (e.g. CQC/RQIA/CIW/HIS/HIQA).

This Award will recognise the medical aesthetic nurse, doctor, dentist or surgeon in the UK or Ireland who has created the best non-surgical facial aesthetic result for a patient. The practitioner may have utilised any type of non-surgical treatment, individually or in combination with others, to create the result and it may have been achieved over a number of sessions. The patient must not have undergone surgery as part of the procedure. As well as providing photographic evidence of an excellent aesthetic result, the entry should demonstrate excellent patient care and patient satisfaction with the outcome.

The Winner will be selected by The Aesthetics Awards judges, and there will be no voting element for this category.

Entry recommendations

You are encouraged to keep your entry concise and clear. A strict word limit of 170 words is enforced for each question in your entry and you must not exceed this; entries can be supplemented with additional materials. References are included in the word count, although you may supply a reference list as part of your supplementary materials if it exceeds the word count.

Supplementary materials: you may add relevant supplementary materials to your entry such as: videos, images, references, testimonials, statistics, etc. They should be relevant to the entry and mentioned in the relevant question they relate to. Supplementary materials which provide extended answers to the questions will be discounted.

Formatting: it is recommended to draft your entry offline in a Word document before submitting. Formatting cannot be copied and pasted from Word documents, so you should only add these when submitting your entry on the website. Please check your entry carefully for accuracy, grammar and spelling. Judges will mark down entries that do not answer all questions.

Entry fee: entry is free to all Aesthetics journal Full, Print and Digital members. You must become a Member of the Aesthetics community to enter the Aesthetics Awards – £60 for Digital, £100 for print, and £130 for Full – click here to sign up. You can purchase your membership through the Aesthetics Awards website, however you will only have the option to become a Full member so all other membership options must go through the Aesthetics journal website. You will receive your entry code via email; note that some systems may filter this email to junk. Email contact@aestheticsjournal.com if you have not received this.

Amendments and late entries: There will be no opportunity to amend your entry after the 30th of September 2022 unless you pay a £100+VAT administration fee and this information is received before shortlisting has begun. Entries submitted after the closing date will also be subject to a £100 fee – email contact@aestheticsjournal.com for more information.

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  • The entrant must abide by The Aesthetics Awards Terms and Conditions.
  • Patient before and after images will be displayed at The Aesthetics Awards, on The Aesthetics Awards website, in the Aesthetics journal and Beauty Uncovered consumer magazine, and across social media, so entrants must confirm they have permission to use the images in this way.
  • The practitioner must provide their medical registration number (NMC, GDC, GMC or Irish equivalent), which will be checked to ensure they are active on the register, and do not have any restrictions on practice. They must also be practising in an appropriate clinic setting.
  • Treatment must have been given after June 1, 2021.

This Award will recognise the consultant surgeon who has created the best surgical aesthetic result for a patient. The practitioner may have utilised non-surgical treatments to complement the result. As well as providing photographic evidence of an excellent aesthetic result, the entry should demonstrate excellent patient care and patient satisfaction with the outcome.

The Winner will be selected by The Aesthetics Awards judges, and there will be no voting element for this category.

Entry recommendations

You are encouraged to keep your entry concise and clear. A strict word limit of 170 words is enforced for each question in your entry and you must not exceed this; entries can be supplemented with additional materials. References are included in the word count, although you may supply a reference list as part of your supplementary materials if it exceeds the word count.

Supplementary materials: you may add relevant supplementary materials to your entry such as: videos, images, references, testimonials, statistics, etc. They should be relevant to the entry and mentioned in the relevant question they relate to. Supplementary materials which provide extended answers to the questions will be discounted.

Formatting: it is recommended to draft your entry offline in a Word document before submitting. Formatting cannot be copied and pasted from Word documents, so you should only add these when submitting your entry on the website. Please check your entry carefully for accuracy, grammar and spelling. Judges will mark down entries that do not answer all questions.

Entry fee: entry is free to all Aesthetics journal Full, Print and Digital members. You must become a Member of the Aesthetics community to enter the Aesthetics Awards – £60 for Digital, £100 for print, and £130 for Full – click here to sign up. You can purchase your membership through the Aesthetics Awards website, however you will only have the option to become a Full member so all other membership options must go through the Aesthetics journal website. You will receive your entry code via email; note that some systems may filter this email to junk. Email contact@aestheticsjournal.com if you have not received this.

Amendments and late entries: There will be no opportunity to amend your entry after the 30th of September 2022 unless you pay a £100+VAT administration fee and this information is received before shortlisting has begun. Entries submitted after the closing date will also be subject to a £100 fee – email contact@aestheticsjournal.com for more information.

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  • The entrant must abide by The Aesthetics Awards Terms and Conditions.
  • Patient before and after images will be displayed at the Aesthetics Awards, on the Aesthetics Awards website, in the Aesthetics journal and Beauty Uncovered consumer magazine, and across social media, so entrants must confirm they have permission to use the images in this way.
  • The consultant surgeon must provide their GMC number (or Irish equivalent), which will be checked to ensure they are active on the register, and do not have any restrictions on practice. They must also be practising in an appropriate and registered clinic.
  • Treatment must have been given after June 1, 2021.

This Award recognises the valuable contribution that company representatives in the UK and Ireland make to the aesthetics industry, their workplace and customers, and ultimately patients. Any company representative is eligible to enter this category, including sales, marketing, management, and more. Finalists will be able to show outstanding levels of support for their team and customers, a strong commitment to the medical aesthetics industry, and a proven ability to have a positive impact to their own business, as well as assisting in supporting clinics with growing the success of their business. The entrant must abide by the Aesthetics Awards Terms and Conditions, which can be found online.

The Winner will be selected from the Finalists using a combination of Aesthetics journal reader votes and judges’ scores. Voting will constitute a 20% share of the final score.

Entry recommendations

You are encouraged to keep your entry concise and clear. A strict word limit of 170 words is enforced for each question in your entry and you must not exceed this; entries can be supplemented with additional materials. References are included in the word count, although you may supply a reference list as part of your supplementary materials if it exceeds the word count.

Supplementary materials: you may add relevant supplementary materials to your entry such as: videos, images, references, testimonials, statistics, etc. They should be relevant to the entry and mentioned in the relevant question they relate to. Supplementary materials which provide extended answers to the questions will be discounted.

Formatting: it is recommended to draft your entry offline in a Word document before submitting. Formatting cannot be copied and pasted from Word documents, so you should only add these when submitting your entry on the website. Please check your entry carefully for accuracy, grammar and spelling. Judges will mark down entries that do not answer all questions.

Entry fee: entry is free to all Aesthetics journal Full, Print and Digital members. You must become a Member of the Aesthetics community to enter the Aesthetics Awards – £60 for Digital, £100 for print, and £130 for Full – click here to sign up. You can purchase your membership through the Aesthetics Awards website, however you will only have the option to become a Full member so all other membership options must go through the Aesthetics journal website. You will receive your entry code via email; note that some systems may filter this email to junk. Email contact@aestheticsjournal.com if you have not received this.

Amendments and late entries: There will be no opportunity to amend your entry after the 30th of September 2022 unless you pay a £100+VAT administration fee and this information is received before shortlisting has begun. Entries submitted after the closing date will also be subject to a £100 fee – email contact@aestheticsjournal.com for more information.

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This Award will recognise the consultant surgeon who is deemed to have contributed most to the profession and/or has provided the most outstanding care and treatment to their patients in the last 12 months. The Winner will be judged on their clinical expertise, continuous professional development, commitment to patient safety and the difference they make to their patients, clinic and the profession as a whole. Entrants may be practising in surgery as well as non-surgical aesthetics, or just surgery alone.

The Winner will be selected by The Aesthetics Awards judges, and there will be no voting element for this category.

Entry recommendations

You are encouraged to keep your entry concise and clear. A strict word limit of 170 words is enforced for each question in your entry and you must not exceed this; entries can be supplemented with additional materials. References are included in the word count, although you may supply a reference list as part of your supplementary materials if it exceeds the word count.

Supplementary materials: you may add relevant supplementary materials to your entry such as: videos, images, references, testimonials, statistics, etc. They should be relevant to the entry and mentioned in the relevant question they relate to. Supplementary materials which provide extended answers to the questions will be discounted.

Formatting: it is recommended to draft your entry offline in a Word document before submitting. Formatting cannot be copied and pasted from Word documents, so you should only add these when submitting your entry on the website. Please check your entry carefully for accuracy, grammar and spelling. Judges will mark down entries that do not answer all questions.

Entry fee: entry is free to all Aesthetics journal Full, Print and Digital members. You must become a Member of the Aesthetics community to enter the Aesthetics Awards – £60 for Digital, £100 for print, and £130 for Full – click here to sign up. You can purchase your membership through the Aesthetics Awards website, however you will only have the option to become a Full member so all other membership options must go through the Aesthetics journal website. You will receive your entry code via email; note that some systems may filter this email to junk. Email contact@aestheticsjournal.com if you have not received this.

Amendments and late entries: There will be no opportunity to amend your entry after the 30th of September 2022 unless you pay a £100+VAT administration fee and this information is received before shortlisting has begun. Entries submitted after the closing date will also be subject to a £100 fee – email contact@aestheticsjournal.com for more information.

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  • The entrant must abide by The Aesthetics Awards Terms and Conditions
  • The consultant surgeon must provide their GMC number (or Irish equivalent), which will be checked to ensure they are active on the register, and do not have any restrictions on practice. They must also be practising in an appropriate and registered clinic.

This Award acknowledges the vital role played by UK suppliers that support aesthetic clinics with the latest treatments, products and innovations. Finalists will be selected on the basis of their customer service, product representation and ongoing support to practitioners. When entering this award, distributors must focus on the products they distribute exclusively to the UK market. The entrant must abide by The Aesthetics Awards Terms and Conditions, which can be found online.

The Winner will be selected from the Finalists using a combination of Aesthetics journal reader votes and judges’ scores. Voting will constitute a 20% share of the final score.

Entry recommendations

You are encouraged to keep your entry concise and clear.  A strict word limit of 170 words is enforced for each question in your entry and you must not exceed this; entries can be supplemented with additional materials. References are included in the word count, although you may supply a reference list as part of your supplementary materials if it exceeds the word count.

Supplementary materials: you may add relevant supplementary materials to your entry such as: videos, images, references, testimonials, statistics, etc. They should be relevant to the entry and mentioned in the relevant question they relate to. Supplementary materials which provide extended answers to the questions will be discounted.

Formatting: it is recommended to draft your entry offline in a Word document before submitting. Formatting cannot be copied and pasted from Word documents, so you should only add these when submitting your entry on the website. Please check your entry carefully for accuracy, grammar and spelling. Judges will mark down entries that do not answer all questions.

Entry fee: entry is free to all Aesthetics journal Full, Print and Digital members. You must become a Member of the Aesthetics community to enter the Aesthetics Awards – £60 for Digital, £100 for print, and £130 for Full – click here to sign up. You can purchase your membership through the Aesthetics Awards website, however you will only have the option to become a Full member so all other membership options must go through the Aesthetics journal website. You will receive your entry code via email; note that some systems may filter this email to junk. Email contact@aestheticsjournal.com if you have not received this.

Amendments and late entries: There will be no opportunity to amend your entry after the 30th of September 2022 unless you pay a £100+VAT administration fee and this information is received before shortlisting has begun. Entries submitted after the closing date will also be subject to a £100 fee – email contact@aestheticsjournal.com for more information.

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This Award will be presented to the independent training provider whose training programme is considered to have advanced the education of medical aesthetic professionals most effectively during the last 12 months. Judges will look for engaging methods of delivery, a high-quality, generic programme, a continuous development strategy and achievement of measurable outcomes.

The Winner will be selected from the Finalists using a combination of Aesthetics journal reader votes and judges’ scores. Voting will constitute a 20% share of the final score.

Entry recommendations

You are encouraged to keep your entry concise and clear. A strict word limit of 170 words is enforced for each question in your entry and you must not exceed this; entries can be supplemented with additional materials. References are included in the word count, although you may supply a reference list as part of your supplementary materials if it exceeds the word count.

Supplementary materials: you may add relevant supplementary materials to your entry such as: videos, images, references, testimonials, statistics, etc. They should be relevant to the entry and mentioned in the relevant question they relate to. Supplementary materials which provide extended answers to the questions will be discounted.

Formatting: it is recommended to draft your entry offline in a Word document before submitting. Formatting cannot be copied and pasted from Word documents, so you should only add these when submitting your entry on the website. Please check your entry carefully for accuracy, grammar and spelling. Judges will mark down entries that do not answer all questions.

Entry fee: entry is free to all Aesthetics journal Full, Print and Digital members. You must become a Member of the Aesthetics community to enter the Aesthetics Awards – £60 for Digital, £100 for print, and £130 for Full – click here to sign up. You can purchase your membership through the Aesthetics Awards website, however you will only have the option to become a Full member so all other membership options must go through the Aesthetics journal website. You will receive your entry code via email; note that some systems may filter this email to junk. Email contact@aestheticsjournal.com if you have not received this.

Amendments and late entries: There will be no opportunity to amend your entry after the 30th of September 2022 unless you pay a £100+VAT administration fee and this information is received before shortlisting has begun. Entries submitted after the closing date will also be subject to a £100 fee – email contact@aestheticsjournal.com for more information.

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  • The entrant must abide by The Aesthetics Awards Terms and Conditions.
  • The training provider/trainers must provide their medical registration number (NMC, GDC, GMC or Irish equivalent) if they are training in injectable/medical procedures. Their number will be checked to ensure they are active on the register, and do not have any restrictions on practice. • The training must be carried out in an appropriate clinic setting.
  • If the training provider is training practitioners in injectable/medical procedures, the training must not be directed at non-medical professionals.

This Award is open to manufacturers or UK distributors of injectable products for the UK medical aesthetics market. Finalists will be chosen from products that support a wide range of indications and can show evidence of good safety and efficacy, optimum duration and tangible benefits over similar products on the market.

If the product launched after 1 January 2021, it is also eligible for the Product Innovation Award. Companies may enter the same product in both categories, if eligible, but it can only be announced as a Finalist in one, which will be determined by The Aesthetics Awards. The entrant must abide by The Aesthetics Awards Terms and Conditions, which can be found online.

The Winner will be selected from the Finalists using a combination of Aesthetics journal reader votes and judges’ scores. Voting will constitute a 20% share of the final score.

Entry recommendations

You are encouraged to keep your entry concise and clear. A strict word limit of 170 words is enforced for each question in your entry and you must not exceed this; entries can be supplemented with additional materials. References are included in the word count, although you may supply a reference list as part of your supplementary materials if it exceeds the word count.

Supplementary materials: you may add relevant supplementary materials to your entry such as: videos, images, references, testimonials, statistics, etc. They should be relevant to the entry and mentioned in the relevant question they relate to. Supplementary materials which provide extended answers to the questions will be discounted.

Formatting: it is recommended to draft your entry offline in a Word document before submitting. Formatting cannot be copied and pasted from Word documents, so you should only add these when submitting your entry on the website. Please check your entry carefully for accuracy, grammar and spelling. Judges will mark down entries that do not answer all questions.

Entry fee: entry is free to all Aesthetics journal Full, Print and Digital members. You must become a Member of the Aesthetics community to enter the Aesthetics Awards – £60 for Digital, £100 for print, and £130 for Full – click here to sign up. You can purchase your membership through the Aesthetics Awards website, however you will only have the option to become a Full member so all other membership options must go through the Aesthetics journal website. You will receive your entry code via email; note that some systems may filter this email to junk. Email contact@aestheticsjournal.com if you have not received this.

Amendments and late entries: There will be no opportunity to amend your entry after the 30th of September 2022 unless you pay a £100+VAT administration fee and this information is received before shortlisting has begun. Entries submitted after the closing date will also be subject to a £100 fee – email contact@aestheticsjournal.com for more information.

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This Award recognises the vital role played by aesthetic manufacturers to provide the aesthetic community with the latest and most innovative products. Finalists will be chosen from companies who manufacture their products in the UK or are subsidiaries of a global company. They must offer an up-to-date range of equipment and product development and be able to demonstrate excellent customer service, along with ongoing support for practitioners using their products. The entrant must abide by the Aesthetics Awards Terms and Conditions , which can be found online.

The Winner will be selected from the Finalists using a combination of Aesthetics journal reader votes and judges’ scores. Voting will constitute a 20% share of the final score.

Entry recommendations

You are encouraged to keep your entry concise and clear. A strict word limit of 170 words is enforced for each question in your entry and you must not exceed this; entries can be supplemented with additional materials. References are included in the word count, although you may supply a reference list as part of your supplementary materials if it exceeds the word count.

Supplementary materials : you may add relevant supplementary materials to your entry such as: videos, images, references, testimonials, statistics, etc. They should be relevant to the entry and mentioned in the relevant question they relate to. Supplementary materials which provide extended answers to the questions will be discounted.

Formatting : it is recommended to draft your entry offline in a Word document before submitting. Formatting cannot be copied and pasted from Word documents, so you should only add these when submitting your entry on the website. Please check your entry carefully for accuracy, grammar and spelling. Judges will mark down entries that do not answer all questions.

Entry fee: entry is free to all Aesthetics journal Full, Print and Digital members. You must become a Member of the Aesthetics community to enter the Aesthetics Awards – £60 for Digital, £100 for print, and £130 for Full – click here to sign up. You can purchase your membership through the Aesthetics Awards website, however you will only have the option to become a Full member so all other membership options must go through the Aesthetics journal website. You will receive your entry code via email; note that some systems may filter this email to junk. Email contact@aestheticsjournal.com if you have not received this.

Amendments and late entries: There will be no opportunity to amend your entry after the 30th of September 2022 unless you pay a £100+VAT administration fee and this information is received before shortlisting has begun. Entries submitted after the closing date will also be subject to a £100 fee – email contact@aestheticsjournal.com for more information.

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This Award is open to medical aesthetic clinic teams of any size working in a clinic in the UK or Ireland. In selecting Finalists and a Winner for this Award, the judges will look for evidence of ongoing, outstanding customer service, a continuous training programme, strong practitioner support and effective teamwork for the benefit of the clinic and its patients.

The Winner will be selected by The Aesthetics Awards judges, and there will be no voting element for this category.

Entry recommendations

You are encouraged to keep your entry concise and clear. A strict word limit of 170 words is enforced for each question in your entry and you must not exceed this; entries can be supplemented with additional materials. References are included in the word count, although you may supply a reference list as part of your supplementary materials if it exceeds the word count.

Supplementary materials: you may add relevant supplementary materials to your entry such as: videos, images, references, testimonials, statistics, etc. They should be relevant to the entry and mentioned in the relevant question they relate to. Supplementary materials which provide extended answers to the questions will be discounted.

Formatting: it is recommended to draft your entry offline in a Word document before submitting. Formatting cannot be copied and pasted from Word documents, so you should only add these when submitting your entry on the website. Please check your entry carefully for accuracy, grammar and spelling. Judges will mark down entries that do not answer all questions.

Entry fee: entry is free to all Aesthetics journal Full, Print and Digital members. You must become a Member of the Aesthetics community to enter the Aesthetics Awards – £60 for Digital, £100 for print, and £130 for Full – click here to sign up. You can purchase your membership through the Aesthetics Awards website, however you will only have the option to become a Full member so all other membership options must go through the Aesthetics journal website. You will receive your entry code via email; note that some systems may filter this email to junk. Email contact@aestheticsjournal.com if you have not received this.

Amendments and late entries: There will be no opportunity to amend your entry after the 30th of September 2022 unless you pay a £100+VAT administration fee and this information is received before shortlisting has begun. Entries submitted after the closing date will also be subject to a £100 fee – email contact@aestheticsjournal.com for more information.

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  • The entrant must abide by the Aesthetics Awards Terms and Conditions, which can be found online.
  • The clinic must be a medically-led clinic with a named medical director. The medical professionals within the clinic must be registered with their medical regulatory body (GMC/GDC/NMC or Irish equivalent), which will be checked to ensure they are active on the appropriate medical register and do not have any restrictions on practice.
  • If your clinic is performing medical treatments, confirm you are registered with the appropriate premises regulator (e.g. CQC/RQIA/CIW/HIS/HIQA).
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This Award will recognise the aesthetic doctor or dentist in the UK or Ireland who is deemed to have contributed most to the profession and/or has provided the most outstanding care and treatment to their patients in the last 12 months. The Winner will be judged on their clinical expertise, continuous professional development, commitment to patient safety and the difference they make to their patients, clinic and the profession as a whole.

This category is only open to doctors and dentists with more than five years’ demonstrable experience of working in the aesthetic specialty. For those with less than five years’ experience, please enter the Rising Star of the Year category. Consultant surgeons who are practising in surgery and non-surgical aesthetics should enter the Consultant Surgeon of the Year category.

The Winner will be selected by The Aesthetics Awards judges, and there will be no voting element for this category.

Entry recommendations

You are encouraged to keep your entry concise and clear. A strict word limit of 170 words is enforced for each question in your entry and you must not exceed this; entries can be supplemented with additional materials. References are included in the word count, although you may supply a reference list as part of your supplementary materials if it exceeds the word count.

Supplementary materials: you may add relevant supplementary materials to your entry such as: videos, images, references, testimonials, statistics, etc. They should be relevant to the entry and mentioned in the relevant question they relate to. Supplementary materials which provide extended answers to the questions will be discounted.

Formatting: it is recommended to draft your entry offline in a Word document before submitting. Formatting cannot be copied and pasted from Word documents, so you should only add these when submitting your entry on the website. Please check your entry carefully for accuracy, grammar and spelling. Judges will mark down entries that do not answer all questions.

Entry fee: entry is free to all Aesthetics journal Full, Print and Digital members. You must become a Member of the Aesthetics community to enter the Aesthetics Awards – £60 for Digital, £100 for print, and £130 for Full – click here to sign up. You can purchase your membership through the Aesthetics Awards website, however you will only have the option to become a Full member so all other membership options must go through the Aesthetics journal website. You will receive your entry code via email; note that some systems may filter this email to junk. Email contact@aestheticsjournal.com if you have not received this.

Amendments and late entries: There will be no opportunity to amend your entry after the 30th of September 2022 unless you pay a £100+VAT administration fee and this information is received before shortlisting has begun. Entries submitted after the closing date will also be subject to a £100 fee – email contact@aestheticsjournal.com for more information.

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  • The entrant must abide by The Aesthetics Awards Terms and Conditions.
  • The medical aesthetic practitioner must provide their GMC/GDC number (or Irish equivalent) which will be checked to ensure they are active on the register, and do not have any restrictions on practice. They must also be practising in an appropriate and registered clinic.

This Award recognises the newest and most innovative products that are widely available on the market. Eligible products must have been launched into the UK market after 1 January 2021. The judges will look for genuine innovation or product advancement leading to treatment for new indications, quicker or easier treatments, better treatment outcomes and enhanced patient safety, all backed up by sound evidence. Products must not have been entered into the Aesthetics Awards in previous years. The entrant must abide by the Aesthetics Awards Terms and Conditions, which can be found online.

The Winner will be selected by The Aesthetics Awards judges, and there will be no voting element for this category.

Entry recommendations

You are encouraged to keep your entry concise and clear. A strict word limit of 170 words is enforced for each question in your entry and you must not exceed this; entries can be supplemented with additional materials. References are included in the word count, although you may supply a reference list as part of your supplementary materials if it exceeds the word count.

Supplementary materials: you may add relevant supplementary materials to your entry such as: videos, images, references, testimonials, statistics, etc. They should be relevant to the entry and mentioned in the relevant question they relate to. Supplementary materials which provide extended answers to the questions will be discounted.

Formatting: it is recommended to draft your entry offline in a Word document before submitting. Formatting cannot be copied and pasted from Word documents, so you should only add these when submitting your entry on the website. Please check your entry carefully for accuracy, grammar and spelling. Judges will mark down entries that do not answer all questions.

Entry fee: entry is free to all Aesthetics journal Full, Print and Digital members. You must become a Member of the Aesthetics community to enter the Aesthetics Awards – £60 for Digital, £100 for print, and £130 for Full – click here to sign up. You can purchase your membership through the Aesthetics Awards website, however you will only have the option to become a Full member so all other membership options must go through the Aesthetics journal website. You will receive your entry code via email; note that some systems may filter this email to junk. Email contact@aestheticsjournal.com if you have not received this.

Amendments and late entries: There will be no opportunity to amend your entry after the 30th of September 2022 unless you pay a £100+VAT administration fee and this information is received before shortlisting has begun. Entries submitted after the closing date will also be subject to a £100 fee – email contact@aestheticsjournal.com for more information.

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This Award will celebrate an initiative that has brought about positive change across an organisation or within the medical aesthetics industry. It will have a lasting impact and pave a new way to practice or do business within aesthetics.

It could be a patient-focused or industry-focused campaign, promoting best practice, practitioner or consumer education and safety. It could potentially involve how you have embraced or actioned ESG (environmental social governance), championed regulation and other initiatives that have progressed the aesthetics specialty in the past year. It is open to associations, companies and individuals. Judges will look for evidence of demonstratable excellent practices, procedures and policies designed to benefit the industry as a whole. Entrants should highlight how they have implemented the initiative and show evidence of how successfully it is becoming embedded. The entrant must abide by The Aesthetics Awards Terms and Conditions, which can be found online.

The Winner will be selected from the Finalists using a combination of Aesthetics journal reader votes and judges’ scores. Voting will constitute a 20% share of the final score.

Entry recommendations

You are encouraged to keep your entry concise and clear. A strict word limit of 170 words is enforced for each question in your entry and you must not exceed this; entries can be supplemented with additional materials. References are included in the word count, although you may supply a reference list as part of your supplementary materials if it exceeds the word count.

Supplementary materials: you may add relevant supplementary materials to your entry such as: videos, images, references, testimonials, statistics, etc. They should be relevant to the entry and mentioned in the relevant question they relate to. Supplementary materials which provide extended answers to the questions will be discounted.

Formatting: it is recommended to draft your entry offline in a Word document before submitting. Formatting cannot be copied and pasted from Word documents, so you should only add these when submitting your entry on the website. Please check your entry carefully for accuracy, grammar and spelling. Judges will mark down entries that do not answer all questions.

Entry fee: entry is free to all Aesthetics journal Full, Print and Digital members. You must become a Member of the Aesthetics community to enter the Aesthetics Awards – £60 for Digital, £100 for print, and £130 for Full – click here to sign up. You can purchase your membership through the Aesthetics Awards website, however you will only have the option to become a Full member so all other membership options must go through the Aesthetics journal website. You will receive your entry code via email; note that some systems may filter this email to junk. Email contact@aestheticsjournal.com if you have not received this.

Amendments and late entries: There will be no opportunity to amend your entry after the 30th of September 2022 unless you pay a £100+VAT administration fee and this information is received before shortlisting has begun. Entries submitted after the closing date will also be subject to a £100 fee – email contact@aestheticsjournal.com for more information.

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This Award will recognise the doctor, dentist or nurse in the UK or Ireland who is deemed to have contributed most to the profession and/or has provided the most outstanding care and treatment to their patients in the last 12 months. This Award intends to recognise an emerging leader deemed as having the potential to become a future leader in their industry. The Winner will be judged on their clinical expertise, continuous professional development, commitment to patient safety and the difference they make to their patients and clinic. They will also be assessed on what they are beginning to do to improve the profession as a whole.

Practitioners may enter this category year on year, as long as they have been practising aesthetic medicine for less than five years at the time of application. Those with more than five years of experience should enter the Nurse or Medical Practitioner categories. Consultant surgeons are not applicable to enter this category and should enter the Consultant Surgeon category.

The Winner will be selected byTthe Aesthetics Awards judges, and there will be no voting element for this category.

Entry recommendations

You are encouraged to keep your entry concise and clear. A strict word limit of 170 words is enforced for each question in your entry and you must not exceed this; entries can be supplemented with additional materials. References are included in the word count, although you may supply a reference list as part of your supplementary materials if it exceeds the word count.

Supplementary materials: you may add relevant supplementary materials to your entry such as: videos, images, references, testimonials, statistics, etc. They should be relevant to the entry and mentioned in the relevant question they relate to. Supplementary materials which provide extended answers to the questions will be discounted.

Formatting: it is recommended to draft your entry offline in a Word document before submitting. Formatting cannot be copied and pasted from Word documents, so you should only add these when submitting your entry on the website. Please check your entry carefully for accuracy, grammar and spelling. Judges will mark down entries that do not answer all questions.

Entry fee: entry is free to all Aesthetics journal Full, Print and Digital members. You must become a Member of the Aesthetics community to enter the Aesthetics Awards – £60 for Digital, £100 for print, and £130 for Full – click here to sign up. You can purchase your membership through the Aesthetics Awards website, however you will only have the option to become a Full member so all other membership options must go through the Aesthetics journal website. You will receive your entry code via email; note that some systems may filter this email to junk. Email contact@aestheticsjournal.com if you have not received this.

Amendments and late entries: There will be no opportunity to amend your entry after the 30th of September 2022 unless you pay a £100+VAT administration fee and this information is received before shortlisting has begun. Entries submitted after the closing date will also be subject to a £100 fee – email contact@aestheticsjournal.com for more information.

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  • The entrant must abide by The Aesthetics Awards Terms and Conditions, which can be found online. 
  • The medical aesthetic practitioner must provide their professional registration number (e.g. GMC/GDC/NMC or Irish equivalent), which will be checked to ensure they are active on the register, and do not have any restrictions on practice. They must also be practising in an appropriate clinic setting.
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This Award will be presented to the supplier who is deemed to offer the best training to aesthetic professionals on their products or services. Judges will look for engaging methods of delivery, a high-quality, relevant programme and achievement of measurable outcomes. The entrant must abide by The Aesthetics Awards Terms and Conditions, which can be found online.

The Winner will be selected from the Finalists using a combination of Aesthetics journal reader votes and judges’ scores. Voting will constitute a 20% share of the final score.

Entry recommendations

You are encouraged to keep your entry concise and clear. A strict word limit of 170 words is enforced for each question in your entry and you must not exceed this; entries can be supplemented with additional materials. References are included in the word count, although you may supply a reference list as part of your supplementary materials if it exceeds the word count.

Supplementary materials: you may add relevant supplementary materials to your entry such as: videos, images, references, testimonials, statistics, etc. They should be relevant to the entry and mentioned in the relevant question they relate to. Supplementary materials which provide extended answers to the questions will be discounted.

Formatting: it is recommended to draft your entry offline in a Word document before submitting. Formatting cannot be copied and pasted from Word documents, so you should only add these when submitting your entry on the website. Please check your entry carefully for accuracy, grammar and spelling. Judges will mark down entries that do not answer all questions.

Entry fee: entry is free to all Aesthetics journal Full, Print and Digital members. You must become a Member of the Aesthetics community to enter the Aesthetics Awards – £60 for Digital, £100 for print, and £130 for Full – click here to sign up. You can purchase your membership through the Aesthetics Awards website, however you will only have the option to become a Full member so all other membership options must go through the Aesthetics journal website. You will receive your entry code via email; note that some systems may filter this email to junk. Email contact@aestheticsjournal.com if you have not received this.

Amendments and late entries: There will be no opportunity to amend your entry after the 30th of September 2022 unless you pay a £100+VAT administration fee and this information is received before shortlisting has begun. Entries submitted after the closing date will also be subject to a £100 fee – email contact@aestheticsjournal.com for more information.

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This Award will be given to the manufacturer or exclusive UK distributor of the best topical skin product or range offered in UK medical aesthetic clinics. The judges will select Finalists who show evidence that their product is effective, safe, easy-to-use and well accepted by patients. Suitable products for this category include: skincare ranges, skincare hero products, chemical peels, and other topically applied products.

Injectables and energy-based devices are not eligible for entry in this category and should enter either ‘Injectable Product of the Year’ or ‘Device of the Year’. If the product launched after 1 January 2021, it is also eligible for the Product Innovation Award. Companies may enter the same product in both categories, if eligible, but it can only be announced as a Finalist in one, which will be determined by The Aesthetics Awards. The entrant must abide by The Aesthetics Awards Terms and Conditions, which can be found online.

The Winner will be selected from the Finalists using a combination of Aesthetics journal reader votes and judges’ scores. Voting will constitute a 20% share of the final score.

Entry recommendations

You are encouraged to keep your entry concise and clear. A strict word limit of 170 words is enforced for each question in your entry and you must not exceed this; entries can be supplemented with additional materials. References are included in the word count, although you may supply a reference list as part of your supplementary materials if it exceeds the word count.

Supplementary materials: you may add relevant supplementary materials to your entry such as: videos, images, references, testimonials, statistics, etc. They should be relevant to the entry and mentioned in the relevant question they relate to. Supplementary materials which provide extended answers to the questions will be discounted.

Formatting: it is recommended to draft your entry offline in a Word document before submitting. Formatting cannot be copied and pasted from Word documents, so you should only add these when submitting your entry on the website. Please check your entry carefully for accuracy, grammar and spelling. Judges will mark down entries that do not answer all questions.

Entry fee: entry is free to all Aesthetics journal Full, Print and Digital members. You must become a Member of the Aesthetics community to enter the Aesthetics Awards – £60 for Digital, £100 for print, and £130 for Full – click here to sign up. You can purchase your membership through the Aesthetics Awards website, however you will only have the option to become a Full member so all other membership options must go through the Aesthetics journal website. You will receive your entry code via email; note that some systems may filter this email to junk. Email contact@aestheticsjournal.com if you have not received this.

Amendments and late entries: There will be no opportunity to amend your entry after the 30th of September 2022 unless you pay a £100+VAT administration fee and this information is received before shortlisting has begun. Entries submitted after the closing date will also be subject to a £100 fee – email contact@aestheticsjournal.com for more information.

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This Award recognises the outstanding achievements and significant contribution to the profession and industry by an individual with a distinguished career in aesthetics. The Winner for The Aesthetics Award for Outstanding Achievement in Medical Aesthetics is selected by the Aesthetics & CCR team. There will not be an entry or voting process for this Award. If you would like to nominate a peer or colleague, email contact@aestheticsjournal.com explaining why they deserve to win by December 1st, 2022.

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This Award recognises the outstanding achievements and significant contribution to the profession and industry by an individual with a distinguished career in aesthetics. The Winner for The Aesthetics Award for Outstanding Achievement in Medical Aesthetics is selected by the Aesthetics & CCR team. There will not be an entry or voting process for this Award. If you would like to nominate a peer or colleague, email contact@aestheticsjournal.com explaining why they deserve to win by December 1st, 2022.

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The Award for Best New Clinic is open to any clinic in the UK or Ireland that was established after 1 January 2021. If you enter Best New Clinic, you will not be eligible for entry in any of the regional clinic categories. The Best New Clinic will be judged on initiatives designed to promote growth, evidence of commitment to customer service, patient care and patient safety, as well as good feedback from patients. The Aesthetics Awards reserves the right to move your clinic entry to a regional category if deemed appropriate.

The Winner will be selected by The Aesthetics Awards judges, and there will be no voting element for this category.

Entry recommendations

You are encouraged to keep your entry concise and clear. A strict word limit of 170 words is enforced for each question in your entry and you must not exceed this; entries can be supplemented with additional materials. References are included in the word count, although you may supply a reference list as part of your supplementary materials if it exceeds the word count.

Supplementary materials: you may add relevant supplementary materials to your entry such as: videos, images, references, testimonials, statistics, etc. They should be relevant to the entry and mentioned in the relevant question they relate to. Supplementary materials which provide extended answers to the questions will be discounted.

Formatting: it is recommended to draft your entry offline in a Word document before submitting. Formatting cannot be copied and pasted from Word documents, so you should only add these when submitting your entry on the website. Please check your entry carefully for accuracy, grammar and spelling. Judges will mark down entries that do not answer all questions.

Entry fee: entry is free to all Aesthetics journal Full, Print and Digital members. You must become a Member of the Aesthetics community to enter the Aesthetics Awards – £60 for Digital, £100 for print, and £130 for Full – click here to sign up. You can purchase your membership through the Aesthetics Awards website, however you will only have the option to become a Full member so all other membership options must go through the Aesthetics journal website. You will receive your entry code via email; note that some systems may filter this email to junk. Email contact@aestheticsjournal.com if you have not received this.

Amendments and late entries: There will be no opportunity to amend your entry after the 30th of September 2022 unless you pay a £100+VAT administration fee and this information is received before shortlisting has begun. Entries submitted after the closing date will also be subject to a £100 fee – email contact@aestheticsjournal.com for more information.

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  • The entrant must abide by the Aesthetics Awards Terms and Conditions, which can be found online.
  • The clinic must be a medically-led clinic with a named medical director. The medical professionals within the clinic must be registered with their medical regulatory body (GMC/GDC/NMC or Irish equivalent), which will be checked to ensure they are active on the appropriate medical register and do not have any restrictions on practice.
  • If your clinic is performing medical treatments, confirm you are registered with the appropriate premises regulator (e.g. CQC/RQIA/CIW/HIS/HIQA).

Best Clinic categories are awarded regionally and include: North England, South England, London, Scotland, Midlands & Wales, Ireland & Northern Ireland. They will be judged on commitment to excellence in customer service, patient care and patient safety, as well as evidence of good feedback from patients. The Award is only open to clinics that were established before 1 January 2021. Those that were established after should enter the Aesthetics Award for Best New Clinic UK & Ireland. The Aesthetics Awards reserves the right to move your clinic entry to another regional or new clinic category if deemed appropriate. You will be notified of this change. If your clinic is part of a clinic group, only one clinic within the group may be entered per region and not the entire group.

The Winner will be selected by The Aesthetics Awards judges, and there will be no voting element for this category.

Entry recommendations

You are encouraged to keep your entry concise and clear. A strict word limit of 170 words is enforced for each question in your entry and you must not exceed this; entries can be supplemented with additional materials. References are included in the word count, although you may supply a reference list as part of your supplementary materials if it exceeds the word count.

Supplementary materials: you may add relevant supplementary materials to your entry such as: videos, images, references, testimonials, statistics, etc. They should be relevant to the entry and mentioned in the relevant question they relate to. Supplementary materials which provide extended answers to the questions will be discounted.

Formatting: it is recommended to draft your entry offline in a Word document before submitting. Formatting cannot be copied and pasted from Word documents, so you should only add these when submitting your entry on the website. Please check your entry carefully for accuracy, grammar and spelling. Judges will mark down entries that do not answer all questions.

Entry fee: entry is free to all Aesthetics journal Full, Print and Digital members. You must become a Member of the Aesthetics community to enter the Aesthetics Awards – £60 for Digital, £100 for print, and £130 for Full – click here to sign up. You can purchase your membership through the Aesthetics Awards website, however you will only have the option to become a Full member so all other membership options must go through the Aesthetics journal website. You will receive your entry code via email; note that some systems may filter this email to junk. Email contact@aestheticsjournal.com if you have not received this.

Amendments and late entries: There will be no opportunity to amend your entry after the 30th of September 2022 unless you pay a £100+VAT administration fee and this information is received before shortlisting has begun. Entries submitted after the closing date will also be subject to a £100 fee – email contact@aestheticsjournal.com for more information.

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  • The entrant must abide by the Aesthetics Awards Terms and Conditions, which can be found online.
  • The clinic must be a medically-led clinic with a named medical director. The medical professionals within the clinic must be registered with their medical regulatory body (GMC/GDC/NMC or Irish equivalent), which will be checked to ensure they are active on the appropriate medical register and do not have any restrictions on practice. 
  • If your clinic is performing medical treatments, confirm you are registered with the appropriate premises regulator (e.g. CQC/RQIA/CIW/HIS/HIQA).

Best Clinic categories are awarded regionally and include: North England, South England, London, Scotland, Midlands & Wales, Ireland & Northern Ireland. They will be judged on commitment to excellence in customer service, patient care and patient safety, as well as evidence of good feedback from patients. The Award is only open to clinics that were established before 1 January 2021. Those that were established after should enter the Aesthetics Award for Best New Clinic UK & Ireland. The Aesthetics Awards reserves the right to move your clinic entry to another regional or new clinic category if deemed appropriate. You will be notified of this change. If your clinic is part of a clinic group, only one clinic within the group may be entered per region and not the entire group.

The Winner will be selected by The Aesthetics Awards judges, and there will be no voting element for this category.

Entry recommendations

You are encouraged to keep your entry concise and clear. A strict word limit of 170 words is enforced for each question in your entry and you must not exceed this; entries can be supplemented with additional materials. References are included in the word count, although you may supply a reference list as part of your supplementary materials if it exceeds the word count.

Supplementary materials: you may add relevant supplementary materials to your entry such as: videos, images, references, testimonials, statistics, etc. They should be relevant to the entry and mentioned in the relevant question they relate to. Supplementary materials which provide extended answers to the questions will be discounted.

Formatting: it is recommended to draft your entry offline in a Word document before submitting. Formatting cannot be copied and pasted from Word documents, so you should only add these when submitting your entry on the website. Please check your entry carefully for accuracy, grammar and spelling. Judges will mark down entries that do not answer all questions.

Entry fee: entry is free to all Aesthetics journal Full, Print and Digital members. You must become a Member of the Aesthetics community to enter the Aesthetics Awards – £60 for Digital, £100 for print, and £130 for Full – click here to sign up. You can purchase your membership through the Aesthetics Awards website, however you will only have the option to become a Full member so all other membership options must go through the Aesthetics journal website. You will receive your entry code via email; note that some systems may filter this email to junk. Email contact@aestheticsjournal.com if you have not received this.

Amendments and late entries: There will be no opportunity to amend your entry after the 30th of September 2022 unless you pay a £100+VAT administration fee and this information is received before shortlisting has begun. Entries submitted after the closing date will also be subject to a £100 fee – email contact@aestheticsjournal.com for more information.

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  • The entrant must abide by the Aesthetics Awards Terms and Conditions, which can be found online.
  • The clinic must be a medically-led clinic with a named medical director. The medical professionals within the clinic must be registered with their medical regulatory body (GMC/GDC/NMC or Irish equivalent), which will be checked to ensure they are active on the appropriate medical register and do not have any restrictions on practice. 
  • If your clinic is performing medical treatments, confirm you are registered with the appropriate premises regulator (e.g. CQC/RQIA/CIW/HIS/HIQA).

Best Clinic categories are awarded regionally and include: North England, South England, London, Scotland, Midlands & Wales, Ireland & Northern Ireland. They will be judged on commitment to excellence in customer service, patient care and patient safety, as well as evidence of good feedback from patients. The Award is only open to clinics that were established before 1 January 2021. Those that were established after should enter the Aesthetics Award for Best New Clinic UK & Ireland. The Aesthetics Awards reserves the right to move your clinic entry to another regional or new clinic category if deemed appropriate. You will be notified of this change. If your clinic is part of a clinic group, only one clinic within the group may be entered per region and not the entire group.

The Winner will be selected by The Aesthetics Awards judges, and there will be no voting element for this category.

Entry recommendations

You are encouraged to keep your entry concise and clear. A strict word limit of 170 words is enforced for each question in your entry and you must not exceed this; entries can be supplemented with additional materials. References are included in the word count, although you may supply a reference list as part of your supplementary materials if it exceeds the word count.

Supplementary materials: you may add relevant supplementary materials to your entry such as: videos, images, references, testimonials, statistics, etc. They should be relevant to the entry and mentioned in the relevant question they relate to. Supplementary materials which provide extended answers to the questions will be discounted.

Formatting: it is recommended to draft your entry offline in a Word document before submitting. Formatting cannot be copied and pasted from Word documents, so you should only add these when submitting your entry on the website. Please check your entry carefully for accuracy, grammar and spelling. Judges will mark down entries that do not answer all questions. Supplementary materials: you may add relevant supplementary materials to your entry such as: videos, images, references, testimonials, statistics, etc. They should be relevant to the entry and mentioned in the relevant question it relates to.

Entry fee: entry is free to all Aesthetics journal Full, Print and Digital members. You must become a Member of the Aesthetics community to enter the Aesthetics Awards – £60 for Digital, £100 for print, and £130 for Full – click here to sign up. You can purchase your membership through the Aesthetics Awards website, however you will only have the option to become a Full member so all other membership options must go through the Aesthetics journal website. You will receive your entry code via email; note that some systems may filter this email to junk. Email contact@aestheticsjournal.com if you have not received this.

Amendments and late entries: There will be no opportunity to amend your entry after the 30th of September 2022 unless you pay a £100+VAT administration fee and this information is received before shortlisting has begun. Entries submitted after the closing date will also be subject to a £100 fee – email contact@aestheticsjournal.com for more information.

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  • The entrant must abide by the Aesthetics Awards Terms and Conditions, which can be found online.
  • The clinic must be a medically-led clinic with a named medical director. The medical professionals within the clinic must be registered with their medical regulatory body (GMC/GDC/NMC or Irish equivalent), which will be checked to ensure they are active on the appropriate medical register and do not have any restrictions on practice. 
  • If your clinic is performing medical treatments, confirm you are registered with the appropriate premises regulator (e.g. CQC/RQIA/CIW/HIS/HIQA).

Best Clinic categories are awarded regionally and include: North England, South England, London, Scotland, Midlands & Wales, Ireland & Northern Ireland. They will be judged on commitment to excellence in customer service, patient care and patient safety, as well as evidence of good feedback from patients. The Award is only open to clinics that were established before 1 January 2021. Those that were established after should enter the Aesthetics Award for Best New Clinic UK & Ireland.The Aesthetics Awards reserves the right to move your clinic entry to another regional or new clinic category if deemed appropriate. You will be notified of this change. If your clinic is part of a clinic group, only one clinic within the group may be entered per region and not the entire group.

The Winner will be selected by The Aesthetics Awards judges, and there will be no voting element for this category.

Entry recommendations

You are encouraged to keep your entry concise and clear. A strict word limit of 170 words is enforced for each question in your entry and you must not exceed this; entries can be supplemented with additional materials. References are included in the word count, although you may supply a reference list as part of your supplementary materials if it exceeds the word count.

Supplementary materials: you may add relevant supplementary materials to your entry such as: videos, images, references, testimonials, statistics, etc. They should be relevant to the entry and mentioned in the relevant question they relate to. Supplementary materials which provide extended answers to the questions will be discounted.

Formatting: it is recommended to draft your entry offline in a Word document before submitting. Formatting cannot be copied and pasted from Word documents, so you should only add these when submitting your entry on the website. Please check your entry carefully for accuracy, grammar and spelling. Judges will mark down entries that do not answer all questions.

Entry fee: entry is free to all Aesthetics journal Full, Print and Digital members. You must become a Member of the Aesthetics community to enter the Aesthetics Awards – £60 for Digital, £100 for print, and £130 for Full – click here to sign up. You can purchase your membership through the Aesthetics Awards website, however you will only have the option to become a Full member so all other membership options must go through the Aesthetics journal website. You will receive your entry code via email; note that some systems may filter this email to junk. Email contact@aestheticsjournal.com if you have not received this.

Amendments and late entries: There will be no opportunity to amend your entry after the 30th of September 2022 unless you pay a £100+VAT administration fee and this information is received before shortlisting has begun. Entries submitted after the closing date will also be subject to a £100 fee – email contact@aestheticsjournal.com for more information.

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  • The entrant must abide by the Aesthetics Awards Terms and Conditions, which can be found online.
  • The clinic must be a medically-led clinic with a named medical director. The medical professionals within the clinic must be registered with their medical regulatory body (GMC/GDC/NMC or Irish equivalent), which will be checked to ensure they are active on the appropriate medical register and do not have any restrictions on practice. 
  • If your clinic is performing medical treatments, confirm you are registered with the appropriate premises regulator (e.g. CQC/RQIA/CIW/HIS/HIQA).
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Best Clinic categories are awarded regionally and include: North England, South England, London, Scotland, Midlands & Wales, Ireland & Northern Ireland. They will be judged on commitment to excellence in customer service, patient care and patient safety, as well as evidence of good feedback from patients. The Award is only open to clinics that were established before 1 January 2021. Those that were established after should enter the Aesthetics Award for Best New Clinic UK & Ireland. The Aesthetics Awards reserves the right to move your clinic entry to another regional or new clinic category if deemed appropriate. You will be notified of this change. If your clinic is part of a clinic group, only one clinic within the group may be entered per region and not the entire group.

The Winner will be selected by The Aesthetics Awards judges, and there will be no voting element for this category.

Entry recommendations

You are encouraged to keep your entry concise and clear. A strict word limit of 170 words is enforced for each question in your entry and you must not exceed this; entries can be supplemented with additional materials. References are included in the word count, although you may supply a reference list as part of your supplementary materials if it exceeds the word count.

Supplementary materials: you may add relevant supplementary materials to your entry such as: videos, images, references, testimonials, statistics, etc. They should be relevant to the entry and mentioned in the relevant question they relate to. Supplementary materials which provide extended answers to the questions will be discounted.

Formatting: it is recommended to draft your entry offline in a Word document before submitting. Formatting cannot be copied and pasted from Word documents, so you should only add these when submitting your entry on the website. Please check your entry carefully for accuracy, grammar and spelling. Judges will mark down entries that do not answer all questions.

Entry fee: entry is free to all Aesthetics journal Full, Print and Digital members. You must become a Member of the Aesthetics community to enter the Aesthetics Awards – £60 for Digital, £100 for print, and £130 for Full – click here to sign up. You can purchase your membership through the Aesthetics Awards website, however you will only have the option to become a Full member so all other membership options must go through the Aesthetics journal website. You will receive your entry code via email; note that some systems may filter this email to junk. Email contact@aestheticsjournal.com if you have not received this.

Amendments and late entries: There will be no opportunity to amend your entry after the 30th of September 2022 unless you pay a £100+VAT administration fee and this information is received before shortlisting has begun. Entries submitted after the closing date will also be subject to a £100 fee – email contact@aestheticsjournal.com for more information.

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  • The entrant must abide by the Aesthetics Awards Terms and Conditions, which can be found online.
  • The clinic must be a medically-led clinic with a named medical director. The medical professionals within the clinic must be registered with their medical regulatory body (GMC/GDC/NMC or Irish equivalent), which will be checked to ensure they are active on the appropriate medical register and do not have any restrictions on practice. 
  • If your clinic is performing medical treatments, confirm you are registered with the appropriate premises regulator (e.g. CQC/RQIA/CIW/HIS/HIQA).

Best Clinic categories are awarded regionally and include: North England, South England, London, Scotland, Midlands & Wales, Ireland & Northern Ireland. They will be judged on commitment to excellence in customer service, patient care and patient safety, as well as evidence of good feedback from patients. The Award is only open to clinics that were established before 1 January 2021. Those that were established after should enter the Aesthetics Award for Best New Clinic UK & Ireland. The Aesthetics Awards reserves the right to move your clinic entry to another regional or new clinic category if deemed appropriate. You will be notified of this change. If your clinic is part of a clinic group, only one clinic within the group may be entered per region and not the entire group.

The Winner will be selected by The Aesthetics Awards judges, and there will be no voting element for this category.

Entry recommendations

You are encouraged to keep your entry concise and clear. A strict word limit of 170 words is enforced for each question in your entry and you must not exceed this; entries can be supplemented with additional materials. References are included in the word count, although you may supply a reference list as part of your supplementary materials if it exceeds the word count.


Supplementary materials : you may add relevant supplementary materials to your entry such as: videos, images, references, testimonials, statistics, etc. They should be relevant to the entry and mentioned in the relevant question they relate to. Supplementary materials which provide extended answers to the questions will be discounted.

Formatting: it is recommended to draft your entry offline in a Word document before submitting. Formatting cannot be copied and pasted from Word documents, so you should only add these when submitting your entry on the website. Please check your entry carefully for accuracy, grammar and spelling. Judges will mark down entries that do not answer all questions. Supplementary materials: you may add relevant supplementary materials to your entry such as: videos, images, references, testimonials, statistics, etc. They should be relevant to the entry and mentioned in the relevant question it relates to.

Entry fee: entry is free to all Aesthetics journal Full, Print and Digital members. You must become a Member of the Aesthetics community to enter the Aesthetics Awards – £60 for Digital, £100 for print, and £130 for Full – click here to sign up. You can purchase your membership through the Aesthetics Awards website, however you will only have the option to become a Full member so all other membership options must go through the Aesthetics journal website. You will receive your entry code via email; note that some systems may filter this email to junk. Email contact@aestheticsjournal.com if you have not received this.

Amendments and late entries: There will be no opportunity to amend your entry after the 30th of September 2022 unless you pay a £100+VAT administration fee and this information is received before shortlisting has begun. Entries submitted after the closing date will also be subject to a £100 fee – email contact@aestheticsjournal.com for more information.

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  • The entrant must abide by the Aesthetics Awards Terms and Conditions, which can be found online.
  • The clinic must be a medically-led clinic with a named medical director. The medical professionals within the clinic must be registered with their medical regulatory body (GMC/GDC/NMC or Irish equivalent), which will be checked to ensure they are active on the appropriate medical register and do not have any restrictions on practice. 
  • If your clinic is performing medical treatments, confirm you are registered with the appropriate premises regulator (e.g. CQC/RQIA/CIW/HIS/HIQA).
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This Award will recognise the medical aesthetic nurse in the UK or Ireland who is deemed to have contributed most to the profession and/or has provided the most outstanding care and treatment to their patients in the last 12 months. The Winner will be judged on their clinical expertise, continuous professional development, commitment to patient safety and the difference they make to their patients, clinic and the profession as a whole. This category is only open to nurses with more than five years’ demonstrable experience of working in the aesthetic specialty. For those with less than five years’ experience, please enter the Rising Star of the Year category.

The Winner will be selected by The Aesthetics Awards judges, and there will be no voting element for this category.

Entry recommendations

You are encouraged to keep your entry concise and clear. A strict word limit of 170 words is enforced for each question in your entry and you must not exceed this; entries can be supplemented with additional materials. References are included in the word count, although you may supply a reference list as part of your supplementary materials if it exceeds the word count.

Supplementary materials: you may add relevant supplementary materials to your entry such as: videos, images, references, testimonials, statistics, etc. They should be relevant to the entry and mentioned in the relevant question they relate to. Supplementary materials which provide extended answers to the questions will be discounted.

Formatting: it is recommended to draft your entry offline in a Word document before submitting. Formatting cannot be copied and pasted from Word documents, so you should only add these when submitting your entry on the website. Please check your entry carefully for accuracy, grammar and spelling. Judges will mark down entries that do not answer all questions. Supplementary materials: you may add relevant supplementary materials to your entry such as: videos, images, references, testimonials, statistics, etc. They should be relevant to the entry and mentioned in the relevant question it relates to.

Entry fee: entry is free to all Aesthetics journal Full, Print and Digital members. You must become a Member of the Aesthetics community to enter the Aesthetics Awards – £60 for Digital, £100 for print, and £130 for Full – click here to sign up. You can purchase your membership through the Aesthetics Awards website, however you will only have the option to become a Full member so all other membership options must go through the Aesthetics journal website. You will receive your entry code via email; note that some systems may filter this email to junk. Email contact@aestheticsjournal.com if you have not received this.

Amendments and late entries: There will be no opportunity to amend your entry after the 30th of September 2022 unless you pay a £100+VAT administration fee and this information is received before shortlisting has begun. Entries submitted after the closing date will also be subject to a £100 fee – email contact@aestheticsjournal.com for more information.

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  • The entrant must abide by The Aesthetics Awards Terms and Conditions .
  • The aesthetic nurse must provide their NMC number (or Irish equivalent), which will be checked to ensure they are active on the register, and do not have any restrictions on practice. They must also be practising in an appropriate and registered clinic.
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This Award will recognise the aesthetic doctor or dentist in the UK or Ireland who is deemed to have contributed most to the profession and/or has provided the most outstanding care and treatment to their patients in the last 12 months. The Winner will be judged on their clinical expertise, continuous professional development, commitment to patient safety and the difference they make to their patients, clinic and the profession as a whole.

This category is only open to doctors and dentists with more than five years’ demonstrable experience of working in the aesthetic specialty. For those with less than five years’ experience, please enter the Rising Star of the Year category. Consultant surgeons who are practising in surgery and non-surgical aesthetics should enter the Consultant Surgeon of the Year category.

The Winner will be selected by The Aesthetics Awards judges, and there will be no voting element for this category.

Entry recommendations

You are encouraged to keep your entry concise and clear. A strict word limit of 170 words is enforced for each question in your entry and you must not exceed this; entries can be supplemented with additional materials. References are included in the word count, although you may supply a reference list as part of your supplementary materials if it exceeds the word count.

Supplementary materials: you may add relevant supplementary materials to your entry such as: videos, images, references, testimonials, statistics, etc. They should be relevant to the entry and mentioned in the relevant question they relate to. Supplementary materials which provide extended answers to the questions will be discounted.

Formatting: it is recommended to draft your entry offline in a Word document before submitting. Formatting cannot be copied and pasted from Word documents, so you should only add these when submitting your entry on the website. Please check your entry carefully for accuracy, grammar and spelling. Judges will mark down entries that do not answer all questions.

Entry fee: entry is free to all Aesthetics journal Full, Print and Digital members. You must become a Member of the Aesthetics community to enter the Aesthetics Awards – £60 for Digital, £100 for print, and £130 for Full – click here to sign up. You can purchase your membership through the Aesthetics Awards website, however you will only have the option to become a Full member so all other membership options must go through the Aesthetics journal website. You will receive your entry code via email; note that some systems may filter this email to junk. Email contact@aestheticsjournal.com if you have not received this.

Amendments and late entries: There will be no opportunity to amend your entry after the 30th of September 2022 unless you pay a £100+VAT administration fee and this information is received before shortlisting has begun. Entries submitted after the closing date will also be subject to a £100 fee – email contact@aestheticsjournal.com for more information.

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  • The entrant must abide by The Aesthetics Awards Terms and Conditions.
  • The medical aesthetic practitioner must provide their GMC/GDC number (or Irish equivalent) which will be checked to ensure they are active on the register, and do not have any restrictions on practice. They must also be practising in an appropriate and registered clinic.

This Award is open to medical aesthetic clinic teams of any size working in a clinic in the UK or Ireland. In selecting Finalists and a Winner for this Award, the judges will look for evidence of ongoing, outstanding customer service, a continuous training programme, strong practitioner support and effective teamwork for the benefit of the clinic and its patients.

The Winner will be selected by The Aesthetics Awards judges, and there will be no voting element for this category.

Entry recommendations

You are encouraged to keep your entry concise and clear. A strict word limit of 170 words is enforced for each question in your entry and you must not exceed this; entries can be supplemented with additional materials. References are included in the word count, although you may supply a reference list as part of your supplementary materials if it exceeds the word count.

Supplementary materials: you may add relevant supplementary materials to your entry such as: videos, images, references, testimonials, statistics, etc. They should be relevant to the entry and mentioned in the relevant question they relate to. Supplementary materials which provide extended answers to the questions will be discounted.

Formatting: it is recommended to draft your entry offline in a Word document before submitting. Formatting cannot be copied and pasted from Word documents, so you should only add these when submitting your entry on the website. Please check your entry carefully for accuracy, grammar and spelling. Judges will mark down entries that do not answer all questions.

Entry fee: entry is free to all Aesthetics journal Full, Print and Digital members. You must become a Member of the Aesthetics community to enter the Aesthetics Awards – £60 for Digital, £100 for print, and £130 for Full – click here to sign up. You can purchase your membership through the Aesthetics Awards website, however you will only have the option to become a Full member so all other membership options must go through the Aesthetics journal website. You will receive your entry code via email; note that some systems may filter this email to junk. Email contact@aestheticsjournal.com if you have not received this.

Amendments and late entries: There will be no opportunity to amend your entry after the 30th of September 2022 unless you pay a £100+VAT administration fee and this information is received before shortlisting has begun. Entries submitted after the closing date will also be subject to a £100 fee – email contact@aestheticsjournal.com for more information.

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  • The entrant must abide by the Aesthetics Awards Terms and Conditions, which can be found online.
  • The clinic must be a medically-led clinic with a named medical director. The medical professionals within the clinic must be registered with their medical regulatory body (GMC/GDC/NMC or Irish equivalent), which will be checked to ensure they are active on the appropriate medical register and do not have any restrictions on practice.
  • If your clinic is performing medical treatments, confirm you are registered with the appropriate premises regulator (e.g. CQC/RQIA/CIW/HIS/HIQA).
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This Award will recognise the doctor, dentist or nurse in the UK or Ireland who is deemed to have contributed most to the profession and/or has provided the most outstanding care and treatment to their patients in the last 12 months. This Award intends to recognise an emerging leader deemed as having the potential to become a future leader in their industry. The Winner will be judged on their clinical expertise, continuous professional development, commitment to patient safety and the difference they make to their patients and clinic. They will also be assessed on what they are beginning to do to improve the profession as a whole.

Practitioners may enter this category year on year, as long as they have been practising aesthetic medicine for less than five years at the time of application. Those with more than five years of experience should enter the Nurse or Medical Practitioner categories. Consultant surgeons are not applicable to enter this category and should enter the Consultant Surgeon category.

The Winner will be selected byTthe Aesthetics Awards judges, and there will be no voting element for this category.

Entry recommendations

You are encouraged to keep your entry concise and clear. A strict word limit of 170 words is enforced for each question in your entry and you must not exceed this; entries can be supplemented with additional materials. References are included in the word count, although you may supply a reference list as part of your supplementary materials if it exceeds the word count.

Supplementary materials: you may add relevant supplementary materials to your entry such as: videos, images, references, testimonials, statistics, etc. They should be relevant to the entry and mentioned in the relevant question they relate to. Supplementary materials which provide extended answers to the questions will be discounted.

Formatting: it is recommended to draft your entry offline in a Word document before submitting. Formatting cannot be copied and pasted from Word documents, so you should only add these when submitting your entry on the website. Please check your entry carefully for accuracy, grammar and spelling. Judges will mark down entries that do not answer all questions.

Entry fee: entry is free to all Aesthetics journal Full, Print and Digital members. You must become a Member of the Aesthetics community to enter the Aesthetics Awards – £60 for Digital, £100 for print, and £130 for Full – click here to sign up. You can purchase your membership through the Aesthetics Awards website, however you will only have the option to become a Full member so all other membership options must go through the Aesthetics journal website. You will receive your entry code via email; note that some systems may filter this email to junk. Email contact@aestheticsjournal.com if you have not received this.

Amendments and late entries: There will be no opportunity to amend your entry after the 30th of September 2022 unless you pay a £100+VAT administration fee and this information is received before shortlisting has begun. Entries submitted after the closing date will also be subject to a £100 fee – email contact@aestheticsjournal.com for more information.

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  • The entrant must abide by The Aesthetics Awards Terms and Conditions, which can be found online. 
  • The medical aesthetic practitioner must provide their professional registration number (e.g. GMC/GDC/NMC or Irish equivalent), which will be checked to ensure they are active on the register, and do not have any restrictions on practice. They must also be practising in an appropriate clinic setting.
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This Award will recognise the consultant surgeon who is deemed to have contributed most to the profession and/or has provided the most outstanding care and treatment to their patients in the last 12 months. The Winner will be judged on their clinical expertise, continuous professional development, commitment to patient safety and the difference they make to their patients, clinic and the profession as a whole. Entrants may be practising in surgery as well as non-surgical aesthetics, or just surgery alone.

The Winner will be selected by The Aesthetics Awards judges, and there will be no voting element for this category.

Entry recommendations

You are encouraged to keep your entry concise and clear. A strict word limit of 170 words is enforced for each question in your entry and you must not exceed this; entries can be supplemented with additional materials. References are included in the word count, although you may supply a reference list as part of your supplementary materials if it exceeds the word count.

Supplementary materials: you may add relevant supplementary materials to your entry such as: videos, images, references, testimonials, statistics, etc. They should be relevant to the entry and mentioned in the relevant question they relate to. Supplementary materials which provide extended answers to the questions will be discounted.

Formatting: it is recommended to draft your entry offline in a Word document before submitting. Formatting cannot be copied and pasted from Word documents, so you should only add these when submitting your entry on the website. Please check your entry carefully for accuracy, grammar and spelling. Judges will mark down entries that do not answer all questions.

Entry fee: entry is free to all Aesthetics journal Full, Print and Digital members. You must become a Member of the Aesthetics community to enter the Aesthetics Awards – £60 for Digital, £100 for print, and £130 for Full – click here to sign up. You can purchase your membership through the Aesthetics Awards website, however you will only have the option to become a Full member so all other membership options must go through the Aesthetics journal website. You will receive your entry code via email; note that some systems may filter this email to junk. Email contact@aestheticsjournal.com if you have not received this.

Amendments and late entries: There will be no opportunity to amend your entry after the 30th of September 2022 unless you pay a £100+VAT administration fee and this information is received before shortlisting has begun. Entries submitted after the closing date will also be subject to a £100 fee – email contact@aestheticsjournal.com for more information.

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  • The entrant must abide by The Aesthetics Awards Terms and Conditions
  • The consultant surgeon must provide their GMC number (or Irish equivalent), which will be checked to ensure they are active on the register, and do not have any restrictions on practice. They must also be practising in an appropriate and registered clinic.

This Award will recognise the medical aesthetic nurse, doctor, dentist or surgeon in the UK or Ireland who has created the best non-surgical facial aesthetic result for a patient. The practitioner may have utilised any type of non-surgical treatment, individually or in combination with others, to create the result and it may have been achieved over a number of sessions. The patient must not have undergone surgery as part of the procedure. As well as providing photographic evidence of an excellent aesthetic result, the entry should demonstrate excellent patient care and patient satisfaction with the outcome.

The Winner will be selected by The Aesthetics Awards judges, and there will be no voting element for this category.

Entry recommendations

You are encouraged to keep your entry concise and clear. A strict word limit of 170 words is enforced for each question in your entry and you must not exceed this; entries can be supplemented with additional materials. References are included in the word count, although you may supply a reference list as part of your supplementary materials if it exceeds the word count.

Supplementary materials: you may add relevant supplementary materials to your entry such as: videos, images, references, testimonials, statistics, etc. They should be relevant to the entry and mentioned in the relevant question they relate to. Supplementary materials which provide extended answers to the questions will be discounted.

Formatting: it is recommended to draft your entry offline in a Word document before submitting. Formatting cannot be copied and pasted from Word documents, so you should only add these when submitting your entry on the website. Please check your entry carefully for accuracy, grammar and spelling. Judges will mark down entries that do not answer all questions.

Entry fee: entry is free to all Aesthetics journal Full, Print and Digital members. You must become a Member of the Aesthetics community to enter the Aesthetics Awards – £60 for Digital, £100 for print, and £130 for Full – click here to sign up. You can purchase your membership through the Aesthetics Awards website, however you will only have the option to become a Full member so all other membership options must go through the Aesthetics journal website. You will receive your entry code via email; note that some systems may filter this email to junk. Email contact@aestheticsjournal.com if you have not received this.

Amendments and late entries: There will be no opportunity to amend your entry after the 30th of September 2022 unless you pay a £100+VAT administration fee and this information is received before shortlisting has begun. Entries submitted after the closing date will also be subject to a £100 fee – email contact@aestheticsjournal.com for more information.

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  • The entrant must abide by The Aesthetics Awards Terms and Conditions.
  • Patient before and after images will be displayed at The Aesthetics Awards, on The Aesthetics Awards website, in the Aesthetics journal and Beauty Uncovered consumer magazine, and across social media, so entrants must confirm they have permission to use the images in this way.
  • The practitioner must provide their medical registration number (NMC, GDC, GMC or Irish equivalent), which will be checked to ensure they are active on the register, and do not have any restrictions on practice. They must also be practising in an appropriate clinic setting.
  • Treatment must have been given after June 1, 2021.

This Award will recognise the consultant surgeon who has created the best surgical aesthetic result for a patient. The practitioner may have utilised non-surgical treatments to complement the result. As well as providing photographic evidence of an excellent aesthetic result, the entry should demonstrate excellent patient care and patient satisfaction with the outcome.

The Winner will be selected by The Aesthetics Awards judges, and there will be no voting element for this category.

Entry recommendations

You are encouraged to keep your entry concise and clear. A strict word limit of 170 words is enforced for each question in your entry and you must not exceed this; entries can be supplemented with additional materials. References are included in the word count, although you may supply a reference list as part of your supplementary materials if it exceeds the word count.

Supplementary materials: you may add relevant supplementary materials to your entry such as: videos, images, references, testimonials, statistics, etc. They should be relevant to the entry and mentioned in the relevant question they relate to. Supplementary materials which provide extended answers to the questions will be discounted.

Formatting: it is recommended to draft your entry offline in a Word document before submitting. Formatting cannot be copied and pasted from Word documents, so you should only add these when submitting your entry on the website. Please check your entry carefully for accuracy, grammar and spelling. Judges will mark down entries that do not answer all questions.

Entry fee: entry is free to all Aesthetics journal Full, Print and Digital members. You must become a Member of the Aesthetics community to enter the Aesthetics Awards – £60 for Digital, £100 for print, and £130 for Full – click here to sign up. You can purchase your membership through the Aesthetics Awards website, however you will only have the option to become a Full member so all other membership options must go through the Aesthetics journal website. You will receive your entry code via email; note that some systems may filter this email to junk. Email contact@aestheticsjournal.com if you have not received this.

Amendments and late entries: There will be no opportunity to amend your entry after the 30th of September 2022 unless you pay a £100+VAT administration fee and this information is received before shortlisting has begun. Entries submitted after the closing date will also be subject to a £100 fee – email contact@aestheticsjournal.com for more information.

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  • The entrant must abide by The Aesthetics Awards Terms and Conditions.
  • Patient before and after images will be displayed at the Aesthetics Awards, on the Aesthetics Awards website, in the Aesthetics journal and Beauty Uncovered consumer magazine, and across social media, so entrants must confirm they have permission to use the images in this way.
  • The consultant surgeon must provide their GMC number (or Irish equivalent), which will be checked to ensure they are active on the register, and do not have any restrictions on practice. They must also be practising in an appropriate and registered clinic.
  • Treatment must have been given after June 1, 2021.

This Award recognises the newest and most innovative products that are widely available on the market. Eligible products must have been launched into the UK market after 1 January 2021. The judges will look for genuine innovation or product advancement leading to treatment for new indications, quicker or easier treatments, better treatment outcomes and enhanced patient safety, all backed up by sound evidence. Products must not have been entered into the Aesthetics Awards in previous years. The entrant must abide by the Aesthetics Awards Terms and Conditions, which can be found online.

The Winner will be selected by The Aesthetics Awards judges, and there will be no voting element for this category.

Entry recommendations

You are encouraged to keep your entry concise and clear. A strict word limit of 170 words is enforced for each question in your entry and you must not exceed this; entries can be supplemented with additional materials. References are included in the word count, although you may supply a reference list as part of your supplementary materials if it exceeds the word count.

Supplementary materials: you may add relevant supplementary materials to your entry such as: videos, images, references, testimonials, statistics, etc. They should be relevant to the entry and mentioned in the relevant question they relate to. Supplementary materials which provide extended answers to the questions will be discounted.

Formatting: it is recommended to draft your entry offline in a Word document before submitting. Formatting cannot be copied and pasted from Word documents, so you should only add these when submitting your entry on the website. Please check your entry carefully for accuracy, grammar and spelling. Judges will mark down entries that do not answer all questions.

Entry fee: entry is free to all Aesthetics journal Full, Print and Digital members. You must become a Member of the Aesthetics community to enter the Aesthetics Awards – £60 for Digital, £100 for print, and £130 for Full – click here to sign up. You can purchase your membership through the Aesthetics Awards website, however you will only have the option to become a Full member so all other membership options must go through the Aesthetics journal website. You will receive your entry code via email; note that some systems may filter this email to junk. Email contact@aestheticsjournal.com if you have not received this.

Amendments and late entries: There will be no opportunity to amend your entry after the 30th of September 2022 unless you pay a £100+VAT administration fee and this information is received before shortlisting has begun. Entries submitted after the closing date will also be subject to a £100 fee – email contact@aestheticsjournal.com for more information.

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This Award recognises the valuable contribution that company representatives in the UK and Ireland make to the aesthetics industry, their workplace and customers, and ultimately patients. Any company representative is eligible to enter this category, including sales, marketing, management, and more. Finalists will be able to show outstanding levels of support for their team and customers, a strong commitment to the medical aesthetics industry, and a proven ability to have a positive impact to their own business, as well as assisting in supporting clinics with growing the success of their business. The entrant must abide by the Aesthetics Awards Terms and Conditions, which can be found online.

The Winner will be selected from the Finalists using a combination of Aesthetics journal reader votes and judges’ scores. Voting will constitute a 20% share of the final score.

Entry recommendations

You are encouraged to keep your entry concise and clear. A strict word limit of 170 words is enforced for each question in your entry and you must not exceed this; entries can be supplemented with additional materials. References are included in the word count, although you may supply a reference list as part of your supplementary materials if it exceeds the word count.

Supplementary materials: you may add relevant supplementary materials to your entry such as: videos, images, references, testimonials, statistics, etc. They should be relevant to the entry and mentioned in the relevant question they relate to. Supplementary materials which provide extended answers to the questions will be discounted.

Formatting: it is recommended to draft your entry offline in a Word document before submitting. Formatting cannot be copied and pasted from Word documents, so you should only add these when submitting your entry on the website. Please check your entry carefully for accuracy, grammar and spelling. Judges will mark down entries that do not answer all questions.

Entry fee: entry is free to all Aesthetics journal Full, Print and Digital members. You must become a Member of the Aesthetics community to enter the Aesthetics Awards – £60 for Digital, £100 for print, and £130 for Full – click here to sign up. You can purchase your membership through the Aesthetics Awards website, however you will only have the option to become a Full member so all other membership options must go through the Aesthetics journal website. You will receive your entry code via email; note that some systems may filter this email to junk. Email contact@aestheticsjournal.com if you have not received this.

Amendments and late entries: There will be no opportunity to amend your entry after the 30th of September 2022 unless you pay a £100+VAT administration fee and this information is received before shortlisting has begun. Entries submitted after the closing date will also be subject to a £100 fee – email contact@aestheticsjournal.com for more information.

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This Award will be given to the manufacturer or exclusive UK distributor of the best topical skin product or range offered in UK medical aesthetic clinics. The judges will select Finalists who show evidence that their product is effective, safe, easy-to-use and well accepted by patients. Suitable products for this category include: skincare ranges, skincare hero products, chemical peels, and other topically applied products.

Injectables and energy-based devices are not eligible for entry in this category and should enter either ‘Injectable Product of the Year’ or ‘Device of the Year’. If the product launched after 1 January 2021, it is also eligible for the Product Innovation Award. Companies may enter the same product in both categories, if eligible, but it can only be announced as a Finalist in one, which will be determined by The Aesthetics Awards. The entrant must abide by The Aesthetics Awards Terms and Conditions, which can be found online.

The Winner will be selected from the Finalists using a combination of Aesthetics journal reader votes and judges’ scores. Voting will constitute a 20% share of the final score.

Entry recommendations

You are encouraged to keep your entry concise and clear. A strict word limit of 170 words is enforced for each question in your entry and you must not exceed this; entries can be supplemented with additional materials. References are included in the word count, although you may supply a reference list as part of your supplementary materials if it exceeds the word count.

Supplementary materials: you may add relevant supplementary materials to your entry such as: videos, images, references, testimonials, statistics, etc. They should be relevant to the entry and mentioned in the relevant question they relate to. Supplementary materials which provide extended answers to the questions will be discounted.

Formatting: it is recommended to draft your entry offline in a Word document before submitting. Formatting cannot be copied and pasted from Word documents, so you should only add these when submitting your entry on the website. Please check your entry carefully for accuracy, grammar and spelling. Judges will mark down entries that do not answer all questions.

Entry fee: entry is free to all Aesthetics journal Full, Print and Digital members. You must become a Member of the Aesthetics community to enter the Aesthetics Awards – £60 for Digital, £100 for print, and £130 for Full – click here to sign up. You can purchase your membership through the Aesthetics Awards website, however you will only have the option to become a Full member so all other membership options must go through the Aesthetics journal website. You will receive your entry code via email; note that some systems may filter this email to junk. Email contact@aestheticsjournal.com if you have not received this.

Amendments and late entries: There will be no opportunity to amend your entry after the 30th of September 2022 unless you pay a £100+VAT administration fee and this information is received before shortlisting has begun. Entries submitted after the closing date will also be subject to a £100 fee – email contact@aestheticsjournal.com for more information.

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This Award is open to manufacturers or UK distributors of injectable products for the UK medical aesthetics market. Finalists will be chosen from products that support a wide range of indications and can show evidence of good safety and efficacy, optimum duration and tangible benefits over similar products on the market.

If the product launched after 1 January 2021, it is also eligible for the Product Innovation Award. Companies may enter the same product in both categories, if eligible, but it can only be announced as a Finalist in one, which will be determined by The Aesthetics Awards. The entrant must abide by The Aesthetics Awards Terms and Conditions, which can be found online.

The Winner will be selected from the Finalists using a combination of Aesthetics journal reader votes and judges’ scores. Voting will constitute a 20% share of the final score.

Entry recommendations

You are encouraged to keep your entry concise and clear. A strict word limit of 170 words is enforced for each question in your entry and you must not exceed this; entries can be supplemented with additional materials. References are included in the word count, although you may supply a reference list as part of your supplementary materials if it exceeds the word count.

Supplementary materials: you may add relevant supplementary materials to your entry such as: videos, images, references, testimonials, statistics, etc. They should be relevant to the entry and mentioned in the relevant question they relate to. Supplementary materials which provide extended answers to the questions will be discounted.

Formatting: it is recommended to draft your entry offline in a Word document before submitting. Formatting cannot be copied and pasted from Word documents, so you should only add these when submitting your entry on the website. Please check your entry carefully for accuracy, grammar and spelling. Judges will mark down entries that do not answer all questions.

Entry fee: entry is free to all Aesthetics journal Full, Print and Digital members. You must become a Member of the Aesthetics community to enter the Aesthetics Awards – £60 for Digital, £100 for print, and £130 for Full – click here to sign up. You can purchase your membership through the Aesthetics Awards website, however you will only have the option to become a Full member so all other membership options must go through the Aesthetics journal website. You will receive your entry code via email; note that some systems may filter this email to junk. Email contact@aestheticsjournal.com if you have not received this.

Amendments and late entries: There will be no opportunity to amend your entry after the 30th of September 2022 unless you pay a £100+VAT administration fee and this information is received before shortlisting has begun. Entries submitted after the closing date will also be subject to a £100 fee – email contact@aestheticsjournal.com for more information.

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This Award will be given to the manufacturer or supplier considered to offer the best device in the UK. The category is open to any energy-based device available in UK medical aesthetic clinics, as well as energy powered devices, hand-held devices, machines etc. Finalists will be able to demonstrate a wide range of indications, evidence of good safety and efficacy, optimum duration and tangible benefits over similar treatments on the market.

If the product launched after 1 January 2021, it is also eligible for the Product Innovation Award. Companies may enter the same product in both categories, if eligible, but it can only be announced as a Finalist in one, which will be determined by The Aesthetics Awards. The entrant must abide by the Aesthetics Awards Terms and Conditions , which can be found online.

The Winner will be selected from the Finalists using a combination of Aesthetics journal reader votes and judges’ scores. Voting will constitute a 20% share of the final score.

Entry recommendations

You are encouraged to keep your entry concise and clear. A strict word limit of 170 words is enforced for each question in your entry and you must not exceed this; entries can be supplemented with additional materials. References are included in the word count, although you may supply a reference list as part of your supplementary materials if it exceeds the word count.

Supplementary materials: you may add relevant supplementary materials to your entry such as: videos, images, references, testimonials, statistics, etc. They should be relevant to the entry and mentioned in the relevant question they relate to. Supplementary materials which provide extended answers to the questions will be discounted.

Formatting: it is recommended to draft your entry offline in a Word document before submitting. Formatting cannot be copied and pasted from Word documents, so you should only add these when submitting your entry on the website. Please check your entry carefully for accuracy, grammar and spelling. Judges will mark down entries that do not answer all questions. Supplementary materials: you may add relevant supplementary materials to your entry such as: videos, images, references, testimonials, statistics, etc. They should be relevant to the entry and mentioned in the relevant question it relates to.

Entry fee: entry is free to all Aesthetics journal Full, Print and Digital members. You must become a Member of the Aesthetics community to enter the Aesthetics Awards – £60 for Digital, £100 for print, and £130 for Full – click here to sign up. You can purchase your membership through the Aesthetics Awards website, however you will only have the option to become a Full member so all other membership options must go through the Aesthetics journal website. You will receive your entry code via email; note that some systems may filter this email to junk. Email contact@aestheticsjournal.com if you have not received this.

Amendments and late entries: There will be no opportunity to amend your entry after the 30th of September 2022 unless you pay a £100+VAT administration fee and this information is received before shortlisting has begun. Entries submitted after the closing date will also be subject to a £100 fee – email contact@aestheticsjournal.com for more information.

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This Award will be given to the partner company deemed to offer the best non-clinical support for clinics. These companies will offer business services or product support tailored to the aesthetics market such as imaging software, CRM software, PR, advertising, marketing, financial support, legal and insurance. The judges will select Finalists who show evidence that their products and services benefit the running and success of aesthetic clinics. The entrant must abide by The Aesthetics Awards Terms and Conditions, which can be found online.

The Winner will be selected from the Finalists using a combination of Aesthetics journal reader votes and judges’ scores. Voting will constitute a 20% share of the final score.

Entry recommendations

You are encouraged to keep your entry concise and clear. A strict word limit of 170 words is enforced for each question in your entry and you must not exceed this; entries can be supplemented with additional materials. References are included in the word count, although you may supply a reference list as part of your supplementary materials if it exceeds the word count.

Supplementary materials: you may add relevant supplementary materials to your entry such as: videos, images, references, testimonials, statistics, etc. They should be relevant to the entry and mentioned in the relevant question they relate to. Supplementary materials which provide extended answers to the questions will be discounted.

Formatting: it is recommended to draft your entry offline in a Word document before submitting. Formatting cannot be copied and pasted from Word documents, so you should only add these when submitting your entry on the website. Please check your entry carefully for accuracy, grammar and spelling. Judges will mark down entries that do not answer all questions.

Entry fee: entry is free to all Aesthetics journal Full, Print and Digital members. You must become a Member of the Aesthetics community to enter the Aesthetics Awards – £60 for Digital, £100 for print, and £130 for Full – click here to sign up. You can purchase your membership through the Aesthetics Awards website, however you will only have the option to become a Full member so all other membership options must go through the Aesthetics journal website. You will receive your entry code via email; note that some systems may filter this email to junk. Email contact@aestheticsjournal.com if you have not received this.

Amendments and late entries: There will be no opportunity to amend your entry after the 30th of September 2022 unless you pay a £100+VAT administration fee and this information is received before shortlisting has begun. Entries submitted after the closing date will also be subject to a £100 fee – email contact@aestheticsjournal.com for more information.

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This Award acknowledges the vital role played by UK suppliers that support aesthetic clinics with the latest treatments, products and innovations. Finalists will be selected on the basis of their customer service, product representation and ongoing support to practitioners. When entering this award, distributors must focus on the products they distribute exclusively to the UK market. The entrant must abide by The Aesthetics Awards Terms and Conditions, which can be found online.

The Winner will be selected from the Finalists using a combination of Aesthetics journal reader votes and judges’ scores. Voting will constitute a 20% share of the final score.

Entry recommendations

You are encouraged to keep your entry concise and clear.  A strict word limit of 170 words is enforced for each question in your entry and you must not exceed this; entries can be supplemented with additional materials. References are included in the word count, although you may supply a reference list as part of your supplementary materials if it exceeds the word count.

Supplementary materials: you may add relevant supplementary materials to your entry such as: videos, images, references, testimonials, statistics, etc. They should be relevant to the entry and mentioned in the relevant question they relate to. Supplementary materials which provide extended answers to the questions will be discounted.

Formatting: it is recommended to draft your entry offline in a Word document before submitting. Formatting cannot be copied and pasted from Word documents, so you should only add these when submitting your entry on the website. Please check your entry carefully for accuracy, grammar and spelling. Judges will mark down entries that do not answer all questions.

Entry fee: entry is free to all Aesthetics journal Full, Print and Digital members. You must become a Member of the Aesthetics community to enter the Aesthetics Awards – £60 for Digital, £100 for print, and £130 for Full – click here to sign up. You can purchase your membership through the Aesthetics Awards website, however you will only have the option to become a Full member so all other membership options must go through the Aesthetics journal website. You will receive your entry code via email; note that some systems may filter this email to junk. Email contact@aestheticsjournal.com if you have not received this.

Amendments and late entries: There will be no opportunity to amend your entry after the 30th of September 2022 unless you pay a £100+VAT administration fee and this information is received before shortlisting has begun. Entries submitted after the closing date will also be subject to a £100 fee – email contact@aestheticsjournal.com for more information.

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This Award will celebrate an initiative that has brought about positive change across an organisation or within the medical aesthetics industry. It will have a lasting impact and pave a new way to practice or do business within aesthetics.

It could be a patient-focused or industry-focused campaign, promoting best practice, practitioner or consumer education and safety. It could potentially involve how you have embraced or actioned ESG (environmental social governance), championed regulation and other initiatives that have progressed the aesthetics specialty in the past year. It is open to associations, companies and individuals. Judges will look for evidence of demonstratable excellent practices, procedures and policies designed to benefit the industry as a whole. Entrants should highlight how they have implemented the initiative and show evidence of how successfully it is becoming embedded. The entrant must abide by The Aesthetics Awards Terms and Conditions, which can be found online.

The Winner will be selected from the Finalists using a combination of Aesthetics journal reader votes and judges’ scores. Voting will constitute a 20% share of the final score.

Entry recommendations

You are encouraged to keep your entry concise and clear. A strict word limit of 170 words is enforced for each question in your entry and you must not exceed this; entries can be supplemented with additional materials. References are included in the word count, although you may supply a reference list as part of your supplementary materials if it exceeds the word count.

Supplementary materials: you may add relevant supplementary materials to your entry such as: videos, images, references, testimonials, statistics, etc. They should be relevant to the entry and mentioned in the relevant question they relate to. Supplementary materials which provide extended answers to the questions will be discounted.

Formatting: it is recommended to draft your entry offline in a Word document before submitting. Formatting cannot be copied and pasted from Word documents, so you should only add these when submitting your entry on the website. Please check your entry carefully for accuracy, grammar and spelling. Judges will mark down entries that do not answer all questions.

Entry fee: entry is free to all Aesthetics journal Full, Print and Digital members. You must become a Member of the Aesthetics community to enter the Aesthetics Awards – £60 for Digital, £100 for print, and £130 for Full – click here to sign up. You can purchase your membership through the Aesthetics Awards website, however you will only have the option to become a Full member so all other membership options must go through the Aesthetics journal website. You will receive your entry code via email; note that some systems may filter this email to junk. Email contact@aestheticsjournal.com if you have not received this.

Amendments and late entries: There will be no opportunity to amend your entry after the 30th of September 2022 unless you pay a £100+VAT administration fee and this information is received before shortlisting has begun. Entries submitted after the closing date will also be subject to a £100 fee – email contact@aestheticsjournal.com for more information.

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This Award will be presented to the independent training provider whose training programme is considered to have advanced the education of medical aesthetic professionals most effectively during the last 12 months. Judges will look for engaging methods of delivery, a high-quality, generic programme, a continuous development strategy and achievement of measurable outcomes.

The Winner will be selected from the Finalists using a combination of Aesthetics journal reader votes and judges’ scores. Voting will constitute a 20% share of the final score.

Entry recommendations

You are encouraged to keep your entry concise and clear. A strict word limit of 170 words is enforced for each question in your entry and you must not exceed this; entries can be supplemented with additional materials. References are included in the word count, although you may supply a reference list as part of your supplementary materials if it exceeds the word count.

Supplementary materials: you may add relevant supplementary materials to your entry such as: videos, images, references, testimonials, statistics, etc. They should be relevant to the entry and mentioned in the relevant question they relate to. Supplementary materials which provide extended answers to the questions will be discounted.

Formatting: it is recommended to draft your entry offline in a Word document before submitting. Formatting cannot be copied and pasted from Word documents, so you should only add these when submitting your entry on the website. Please check your entry carefully for accuracy, grammar and spelling. Judges will mark down entries that do not answer all questions.

Entry fee: entry is free to all Aesthetics journal Full, Print and Digital members. You must become a Member of the Aesthetics community to enter the Aesthetics Awards – £60 for Digital, £100 for print, and £130 for Full – click here to sign up. You can purchase your membership through the Aesthetics Awards website, however you will only have the option to become a Full member so all other membership options must go through the Aesthetics journal website. You will receive your entry code via email; note that some systems may filter this email to junk. Email contact@aestheticsjournal.com if you have not received this.

Amendments and late entries: There will be no opportunity to amend your entry after the 30th of September 2022 unless you pay a £100+VAT administration fee and this information is received before shortlisting has begun. Entries submitted after the closing date will also be subject to a £100 fee – email contact@aestheticsjournal.com for more information.

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  • The entrant must abide by The Aesthetics Awards Terms and Conditions.
  • The training provider/trainers must provide their medical registration number (NMC, GDC, GMC or Irish equivalent) if they are training in injectable/medical procedures. Their number will be checked to ensure they are active on the register, and do not have any restrictions on practice. • The training must be carried out in an appropriate clinic setting.
  • If the training provider is training practitioners in injectable/medical procedures, the training must not be directed at non-medical professionals.

This Award will be presented to the supplier who is deemed to offer the best training to aesthetic professionals on their products or services. Judges will look for engaging methods of delivery, a high-quality, relevant programme and achievement of measurable outcomes. The entrant must abide by The Aesthetics Awards Terms and Conditions, which can be found online.

The Winner will be selected from the Finalists using a combination of Aesthetics journal reader votes and judges’ scores. Voting will constitute a 20% share of the final score.

Entry recommendations

You are encouraged to keep your entry concise and clear. A strict word limit of 170 words is enforced for each question in your entry and you must not exceed this; entries can be supplemented with additional materials. References are included in the word count, although you may supply a reference list as part of your supplementary materials if it exceeds the word count.

Supplementary materials: you may add relevant supplementary materials to your entry such as: videos, images, references, testimonials, statistics, etc. They should be relevant to the entry and mentioned in the relevant question they relate to. Supplementary materials which provide extended answers to the questions will be discounted.

Formatting: it is recommended to draft your entry offline in a Word document before submitting. Formatting cannot be copied and pasted from Word documents, so you should only add these when submitting your entry on the website. Please check your entry carefully for accuracy, grammar and spelling. Judges will mark down entries that do not answer all questions.

Entry fee: entry is free to all Aesthetics journal Full, Print and Digital members. You must become a Member of the Aesthetics community to enter the Aesthetics Awards – £60 for Digital, £100 for print, and £130 for Full – click here to sign up. You can purchase your membership through the Aesthetics Awards website, however you will only have the option to become a Full member so all other membership options must go through the Aesthetics journal website. You will receive your entry code via email; note that some systems may filter this email to junk. Email contact@aestheticsjournal.com if you have not received this.

Amendments and late entries: There will be no opportunity to amend your entry after the 30th of September 2022 unless you pay a £100+VAT administration fee and this information is received before shortlisting has begun. Entries submitted after the closing date will also be subject to a £100 fee – email contact@aestheticsjournal.com for more information.

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This Award recognises the vital role played by aesthetic manufacturers to provide the aesthetic community with the latest and most innovative products. Finalists will be chosen from companies who manufacture their products in the UK or are subsidiaries of a global company. They must offer an up-to-date range of equipment and product development and be able to demonstrate excellent customer service, along with ongoing support for practitioners using their products. The entrant must abide by the Aesthetics Awards Terms and Conditions , which can be found online.

The Winner will be selected from the Finalists using a combination of Aesthetics journal reader votes and judges’ scores. Voting will constitute a 20% share of the final score.

Entry recommendations

You are encouraged to keep your entry concise and clear. A strict word limit of 170 words is enforced for each question in your entry and you must not exceed this; entries can be supplemented with additional materials. References are included in the word count, although you may supply a reference list as part of your supplementary materials if it exceeds the word count.

Supplementary materials : you may add relevant supplementary materials to your entry such as: videos, images, references, testimonials, statistics, etc. They should be relevant to the entry and mentioned in the relevant question they relate to. Supplementary materials which provide extended answers to the questions will be discounted.

Formatting : it is recommended to draft your entry offline in a Word document before submitting. Formatting cannot be copied and pasted from Word documents, so you should only add these when submitting your entry on the website. Please check your entry carefully for accuracy, grammar and spelling. Judges will mark down entries that do not answer all questions.

Entry fee: entry is free to all Aesthetics journal Full, Print and Digital members. You must become a Member of the Aesthetics community to enter the Aesthetics Awards – £60 for Digital, £100 for print, and £130 for Full – click here to sign up. You can purchase your membership through the Aesthetics Awards website, however you will only have the option to become a Full member so all other membership options must go through the Aesthetics journal website. You will receive your entry code via email; note that some systems may filter this email to junk. Email contact@aestheticsjournal.com if you have not received this.

Amendments and late entries: There will be no opportunity to amend your entry after the 30th of September 2022 unless you pay a £100+VAT administration fee and this information is received before shortlisting has begun. Entries submitted after the closing date will also be subject to a £100 fee – email contact@aestheticsjournal.com for more information.

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