2021 | Another successful year for CCR

CCR welcomed 3200 visitors over two days in its new ExCeL London home. With a dedicated focus on registered health care professionals, CCR delivered a high-quality audience of surgeons, doctors, nurses, dentists, dermatologists and clinic owners. With an average of 80 visitors per stand, 95% of exhibitors have already rebooked for 2022, proving that CCR is leading in successfully serving the promotional and education needs of our ever-growing industry. 

“It’s so good to be back at CCR…to see so many people and colleagues and amazing new products and launches, as ever it’s been brilliant.” – Dr Sophie Shotter

 “CCR London has been great this year… I felt like it was all over too quickly and can’t wait for next year!”Dr Munir Somji, Dr MediSpa Clinics.

“CCR was the perfect platform to announce and celebrate the 25th anniversary of Galderma’s Restylane and for us to forge new relationships within the industry.” – Joanna Neal, Brand Manager, Galderma

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The Agenda

With five stages this year including Live Demo, In Practice, Surgical and Non-Surgical and Gallery Rooms, the CPD Accredited agenda fulfilled the appetite for education within the medical community. Arenas were packed out for Dr Marwa Ali’s Tear Trough Masterclass, Dr Arthur Swift’s packed morning keynotes, Dr Munir Somji and Dr Natalie Geary on the Live Demo Stage for Emerald Laser, as well as Tapan Patel’s Masterclass. The Non-Surgical Arena also featured Professor Bob Khanna with a Profile Correction Masterclass and Dr Raj Acquilla looking at Facial Structure – The Art of Beauty. The ACE Group World also partnered with CCR for the first time to run a successful conference on complications.

New this year, the ISAPS Symposium UK was integrated into CCR’s Surgical Arena with global leaders in aesthetic plastic surgery reviewing contemporary techniques in body contouring. The faculty of speakers included Dr Naveen Cavale, Mr Mo Akhavani, Mr Mark Soldin, Dr Pouria Moradi, Mr James McDiarmid, Mr Patrick Mallucci, Mr Reza Nassab and Dr Kourosh Tavakoli.

The In Practice Theatre delivered a programme of highly informative discussions ensuring clinic owners and managers have all the tools to make their practices a success. The agenda covered topics including managing patient expectations, increasing sales, skincare integration, mental health awareness, marketing and PR tips.

Shannon Kilgariff, Editor of Aesthetics Journal – “The In Practice Arena added a new dimension to this year’s show and the feedback was extremely positive. It’s vital we support business at all levels and the agenda really served that purpose.”

Launch Pad

CCR offered a platform for new and innovative technology brands aiming to make the patient experience more streamlined. Companies included Tap2App, The SafeAP,  MAPIQ and  The Aesthetics Accountant. New skincare brands were exhibiting including LABthetics, CellDerma, Prima Ultima, Dermafocus, Revanesse and EvoCyte.

“Our Revanesse launch at CCR surpassed all expectations. As the first show post pandemic, the stand was a thriving hubbub of interest and excitement…As our first venture into the UK we’re thrilled with the response.” – Katie Bennet, UK Head of Marketing, Prollenium Medical Technologies UK

 “This is our first time at CCR…we had a great show and we’re happy to support”- David Higham, Sciton Country Manager.

 Trend Predictions

 2021 saw the first ever CCR Trend Report, introduced to provide the most informative resource currently available to UK press and consumers. The 2021 CCR Trend Report covers surgical and non-surgical aesthetics trends, with discussion topics focusing on subjects such as the next generation of fillers and toxins; skincare integration into treatments; fat loss systems and the alternatives to the BBL; the implications of aesthetics on a patient’s mental health as well as innovations in face and eye surgery.

The CCR Trend Report was launched at the Trends Briefing by a panel of industry experts including world renowned plastic surgeon Dr Arthur Swift, Harrods Wellness Clinic’s Dr Marwa Ali, award-winning Light Touch Clinic’s Dr Natali Geary and their hosts Tatler Beauty & Cosmetic Surgery Guide’s Francesca White and Aesthetics journal Editor, Shannon Kilgariff. Our audience included ELLE and OK! magazines, The Times and Harper’s Bazaar.

Event Manager, CCR & Aesthetics Courtney Baldwin says: “Things are changing so rapidly in the wonderful world of aesthetics and, as we have access to so many experts in their field, heads of industry and best in class treatment brands, we wanted to share the incredible developments and innovative launches. It is a celebration of the aesthetics industry at a time that marks a significant boom in its growth. Thank you to all those who have helped to create this landmark report.”

 Download Your Copy

The 2021 CCR Trend Report was edited by Francesca White, Beauty Editor-at-Large of Tatler, and presented at the CCR Press Conference on 14th October at 10am. To read the Trend Report in full, please click on the link: https://issuu.com/ccrlondon/docs/ccr_trendreport2021




 “This is my second time at CCR. It’s a phenomenal event and boy has it grown! It’s unbelievable! At CCR there is an amazing blend of different specialties that are all giving their expertise and it’s a sharing environment, which is the whole idea behind it.” – Dr Arthur Swift

 “CCR has been excellent! It’s been so nice to see our colleagues and there has been some very good evidence-based talks. The interview with Dr Arthur Swift was phenomenal!” – Emma Heaney, Medical Director of Elite Aesthetic Clinic

 “This was my first event this year and I really enjoyed it! Very educational content and great speakers.” – Gina Maslin, Aesthetic Nurse practitioner

 “I came to CCR to see Dr Tapan Patel’s Masterclass which was amazing as usual and there were a lot of takeaways. I also really liked the new space in ExCeL London! CCR is a must attended event each year!” – Dr Bela Horvath, Dermatologist & Cosmetic Doctor

 “I really enjoyed CCR this year. I met with friends and colleagues and updated my knowledge and experience in aesthetics. The event was very well organised. I wish it was more than two days as I would have loved to attend more of the sessions.” – Mohammed Mohammed, Speciality Doctor and Medical

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About Aesthetics and CCR

Aesthetics is a media and event portfolio servicing the medical aesthetics profession and consumers. This exciting market is growing rapidly and their corporate customers include pharmaceutical producers of injectable products, as well as skincare companies and laser device manufacturers.

The portfolio encompasses a monthly print medical journal, a quarterly consumer magazine Beyond Beauty, a strong online and social presence, and four annual events: a glamorous awards ceremony, the Aesthetics Awards, Beyond Beauty Live and two leading conferences and exhibitions – ACE and CCR.

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