The Cosmetic Practice Standards Authority (CPSA) has released its Clinical and Practice Standards draft that outlines the clinical and practice requirements for non-surgical cosmetic procedures and hair restoration surgery.
The Standards aim to act as a benchmark at which aesthetic professionals must meet in order to join the Joint Council for Cosmetic Practitioners’ (JCCP) Register.
The Standard has been created by a number of clinical specialists, and includes dermal filler, laser and light, skin rejuvenation, botulinum toxin and hair restoration procedures.
The CPSA is currently encouraging individual practitioners to provide feedback to their relevant representative body to produce a collaborative response in line with their sector.
The Standards are freely accessible online and the deadline for comments is October 24.