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Regulation of Medical Aesthetics in the UK

Regulation of Medical Aesthetics in the UK

Did you know that medical aesthetics are not regulated in the UK? This means that non surgical cosmetic procedures - such as Botulinum toxin, dermal fillers, peels, laser and IPL - can be performed by anyone. Treatments such as Botox and fillers account for 9 out of...

How to Choose an Aesthetics Practitioner

How to Choose an Aesthetics Practitioner

You only get one face – and choosing who you permit to inject it is your most important decision when planning treatments such as dermal fillers or anti-wrinkle injections. As medical aesthetics are not regulated in the UK (don’t start me!), vigilant research is essential.

Opening Doors in Lockdown

Opening Doors in Lockdown

I can't believe we're on the brink of one year since we first went into lockdown... and the moment I decided to take a huge leap of faith with my business. I don't know about you, but this time out from 'normal' life has put a lot of things into perspective - and...

One Size Does Not Fit All: The Consultation

One Size Does Not Fit All: The Consultation

While some treatments can be instantly transformative, medical aesthetics are not a quick fix solution - and it's important to take time to choose the right treatment for you. Every facial structure is different and one size does not fit all. I know that it can be...

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