British Newspaper The Sun has teamed up with the government-approved register of accredited practitioners, Save Face, to launch the ‘Had Our Fill’ campaign against unregulated practitioners.
Specialist law firm Cosmetic Surgery Solicitors has teamed up with government-approved register of accredited practitioners, Save Face, to caution would-be patients about discounted injectable treatments.
Medical aesthetic practitioners have raised safety and regulation concerns after ex-Love Island star and personal trainer Rykard Jenkins posted images on Instagram of himself training to administer botulinum toxin.
Clinic group Tinkable Aesthetic Clinic is launching a new clinic in Kent.
Independent accreditation body Save Face has collaborated with consumer magazine VICE to help create patient awareness of the potential dangers of injectable treatments.
The Association of Cosmetic Practitioners of Britain (ACPB) has been approved by the Charities Commission, meaning that it now has official charity status with registered charity number 1184629.
Clinic group Tinkable Aesthetic Clinic has introduced a new business opportunity that is similar to a franchise scheme for aesthetic medical professionals called the Tinkable License.
Independent accreditation body Save Face has confirmed that it has launched a series of training events to help aesthetic practitioners more easily recognise and diagnose body dysmorphic disorder (BDD).
The Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) has today launched a consumer campaign that is designed to ensure that members of the public are aware of the risks associated with cosmetic procedures.
Independent accreditation body Save Face has launched a petition with Cosmetic Surgery Solicitors to protect young and vulnerable patients against the impact of social media on motivations to seek cosmetic surgery.