MAY-JUN 2017

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Page 62 of 67 | MAY/JUNE 2017 61 interchangeable needle head confi gurations that can be used to perform a variety of procedures, increase surface area coverage and shorten procedure times. "With our fi rst functional prototypes scheduled for this summer, we continue to work toward having this device ready for a CE mark application and in the hands of a licensing and commercial partner next year," said RepliCel president and CEO R. Lee Buckler. ALLIED BEAUTY LAUNCHES POSTCA R D M A R K ETI NG PROGR A M Allied Beauty Experts (ABE), a professional association that provides management services, insurance products, web design and marketing support, is now offering a high-end, low-cost co-op marketing pro- gram for aesthetic practices and medspas. Customers can purchase full color 5" x 8.5" postcards for $0.16 each and ABE will cre- ate a mailing program to saturate the market in a fi ve-mile radius around customers' businesses. For more information contact 800.444.7546, EVENTS May 4-7 Advances in Rhinoplasty, Sheraton Grand Chicago, Chicago. Contact: 703.299.9291, May 4-7 Music City Scale Symposium for Cosmetic Advances & Laser Education, Mu- sic City Convention Center. Nashville, TN. Contact: 615.460.1657, May 18-21 A+MD Aesthetic & Medical Dermatology Conference, Coeur d'Alene Resort, Coeur d'Alene, ID. Contact 509.624.1184, May 25-27 28 th Annual European Associa- tion of Plastic Surgeons Meeting, Palazzo dei Congressi, Pisa, Italy. Contact: June 7-11 Vegas Cosmetic Surgery, The Bellagio, Las Vegas. Contact: 877.673.3273, June 24-26 International Esthetics, Cosmetics and Spa Conference, Las Vegas Convention Center, Las Vegas. Contact: 203.736.1699, June 27-29 ASPS Advocacy Summit, Washington Court Hotel, Washington, D.C. Contact: 847.228.9900, July 21-August 1 The Aesthetic Cruise, North Sea Cruise – England, Scotland, Nor- way. Contact: 562.799.2356, July 23-27 IMCAS Asia Congress, Westin Resort Nusa Dua, Bali. Contact: contact@, July 27-30 American Academy of Derma- tology Summer Meeting, New York Hilton, New York. Contact: 866.503.7546, August 10-12 ASPS Breast Surgery & Body Contouring Symposium, Manches- ter Grand Hyatt, San Diego. Contact: 847.228.9900, August 25-26 Masters of Aesthetics, Hil- ton San Diego Bayfront Hotel, San Diego. Contact: 858-926-0697, August 26-28 Face and Body Spa Confer- ence & Expo Northern California, McEnery Convention Center, San Jose, CA. Contact: 630.653.2155, September 15-17 CalDerm Annual Meeting, Fess Parker's DoubleTree Resort, Santa Barbara, CA. Contact: 866.337.3376, October 5-8 2017 American Society for Dermatologic Surgery (ASDS) Meeting, Hyatt Regency Chicago, Chicago. Contact: 847.956.0900, October 6-10 Plastic Surgery The Meet- ing (ASPS), Orange Convention Center, Orlando, FL. Contact: 847.228.9900, October 7-9 Face and Body Spa Confer- ence & Expo Southeast, The Cobb Galleria, Atlanta. Contact: 630.653.2155, October 19-21 Experienced Insights: Breast & Body Contouring, Interconti- nental Hotel, San Francisco. Contact: 562.799.2356, October 24-28 Dermatologic & Aesthetic Surgery International League 6 th World Congress, PuDong Shangri-La, Shanghai. Contact: 847.577.6543, October 26-28 Facial Plastic Surgery Annual Meeting of the AAFPRS, Shera- ton Grand Phoenix, Phoenix. Contact: 703.299.9291, 1 - 9 1 6 - 9 3 9 - 9 8 8 8 1 - 8 0 0 - 4 7 6 - 0 2 2 6 t o l l f r e e w w w . i l l u m i n a r e c o s m e t i c s . c o m With our 3 creamy mineral foundations each with soothing zinc oxide, SPF 20, superior coverage and a natural looking finish Whatever you need, we've got you covered

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