Nominations Now Open for Annual My Face My Body Awards

Photo courtesy of the My Face My Body Awards

This November, beauty and wellness professionals will head to glamorous California for what’s been dubbed “the Oscars of the Aesthetic Industry” for the annual My Face My Body Awards. This year’s event will take place at the Beverly Wilshire hotel in Los Angeles on Friday, November 8. Also known as the Global Aesthetic Awards, the gala evening will be attended by beauty and wellness industry executives, including leading plastic surgeons, celebrities, skincare brands, journalists, beauty bloggers, and more.

Submissions are now open for the awards 18 categories, including best esthetic practice, best plastic surgeon, best dermatologist, best practice team, med spa of the year, and more. The evening will be hosted by Stephen Handisides, awards founder and host of the Modern Male Mindset and The Modern Face of Beauty television programs. “The My Face My Body Awards are the awards that the industry respects across the globe to celebrate their success within this fast-paced, innovative and exciting industry,” says Handisides. “The awards bridge the gap between the aesthetic medicine market and lifestyle sectors.”

Judges for the awards include a number of industry professionals from across the globe, including Sherina Balartnam, Anna Brilli, Anthony Lin, Mucio Porta, Catherine Stone, Vincent Wong, and Nicole Yap. The awards are presented by Allergan, Galderma, Colorescience, Monq, and Alastin.

The deadline to submit for the four individuals categories and six practice categories is July 16, while the deadline to submit for the seven brand categories is July 23. To nominate, buy tickets, and more, visit www.globalaestheticawards.com/us

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