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There is a great deal of confusion that surrounds the aesthetic industry and what procedures within it are subject to regulation.
As the popularity of cosmetic procedures continues to rise, so too do the number of complaints and the volume of incidents involving risky practices and untrained or inexperienced practitioners.
The industry has struggled to adapt quickly enough in order to respond to the increasing demand for invasive and non-invasive procedures. Fortunately, following the publication of the “Review of the Regulation of Cosmetic Interventions” report in 2013, there have been signs of change, with both the General Medical Council (GMC) and the Royal College of Surgeons (RCS) issuing new standards and guidelines to doctors in 2016 to better safeguard patients.
A number of statutory and voluntary bodies have been working to improve public safety and information in this field, however, the trickle-down effect of implementing change is slow, and many patients are still left unclear, or unaware, of their legal standing.
To help explain, in this report we will:
This guide has been produced for cosmetic procedures taking place in the United Kingdom and is applicable specifically to England.
There are a few differences in regulatory practices for Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. To find out more, click the links below.
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