Evidence for the inquiry into non-surgical cosmetic procedures in the UK must be submitted to the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Beauty, Aesthetics and Wellbeing (APPG BAW) by July 17.
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 All Party Parliamentary Group on Beauty, Aesthetics and Wellbeing (APPG) has published its final report into botulinum toxin, dermal fillers and other aesthetic non-surgical cosmetic treatments today.
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.
The British College of Aesthetic Medicine (BCAM) has launched its first digital conference, which will be held online throughout September 14-19.
Aesthetic training provider Cosmetic Courses now provides an OFQUAL accredited Level 7 qualification in injectable treatments.
On May 4 Dr Selena Langdon, aesthetic practitioner and representative of industry group Keep Medical Aesthetics Medical (KMAM), and the founder of the Safety in Beauty campaign, Antonia Mariconda, met with prime minister Theresa May.
Earlier this week, it was revealed that wet wipes could be non-existent over the next few decades as part of the UK government’s plan to eliminate plastic waste.
On May 14, south Leicestershire MP Alberto Costa led a debate in the House of Commons that called on the UK Government to introduce stricter regulations for the non-surgical sector, including banning treatments for those under the age of 18.
The Botulinum Toxin and Cosmetic Fillers (Children) Bill passed its third reading in the House of Lords on April 28.