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.
You are encouraged to keep your entry concise and clear; bullet points and the use of formatting options such as bold, underlines and italics are encouraged to ensure your entry is easy to digest for judges.
Please note that formatting cannot be copied and pasted from Word documents, so you should only add these when submitting your entry on the website. A strict character limit of 1,700 (including spaces) is enforced for each question and you must not exceed this; however, your entry does not have to meet it. References are included in the character count, although you may supply a reference list as part of your supplementary materials if it exceeds the character count. The winner will be selected from the finalists using a combination of Aesthetics reader votes and judges’ scores. Voting will constitute a 30% share of the final score.
Important: please check your entry carefully for accuracy, grammar and spelling as this information may appear in the Aesthetics journal and on the Aesthetics website, as well as being considered as part of the judging process. There will be no opportunity to amend this once you have submitted your application online unless you pay a £100 +VAT administration fee and this information is received before shortlisting has begun.