Aesthetic training provider Cosmetic Courses now provides an OFQUAL accredited Level 7 qualification in injectable treatments.
A new report on the regulation of cosmetic treatments in the UK has been released urging the Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) to introduce legislation that requires mandatory licensing of all cosmetic treatments.
The Botulinum Toxin and Cosmetic Fillers (Children) Bill passed its third reading in the House of Lords on April 28.
From this month Med-fx will distribute up to 200 products, including fillers and toxins, to customers within Ireland.
An Instagram influencer has been accused of offering dermal fillers to an undercover reporter during COVID-19 lockdown.
On November 25 and 26, HA-Derma, IBSA’s UK and Ireland exclusive distributor and training provider, invited practitioners to St George’s University Hospital in London for a training session on full facial anatomy and dissection.
New coronavirus lockdown rules published by Public Health England on Friday afternoon state that providers of cosmetic, aesthetic and wellness treatments are not permitted to reopen until further notice.
According to new data released by private clinic comparison site WhatClinic.com, non-surgical rhinoplasty has increased by 29% over the past year.
The British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (BAAPS) has issued a statement supporting a petition to make it illegal for practitioners to offer cosmetic surgery without appropriate insurance.
New technology will be in place from January 31 to monitor advertisements on social media relating to the promotion of prescription-only medicines (POMs) such as botulinum toxin.