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BBC News reported on 6th November that “Minor cosmetic procedures such as Botox injections and dermal fillers are ‘very safe’ when carried out by trained professionals, say researchers”.
A key point raised by the report was the fact that it has become increasingly easy for anyone to offer minor cosmetic procedures without thorough regulation.
At my clinic, The Cosmetic Skin Clinic we have been providing non-surgical treatments for many years. Each and every one of our medical practitioners have advanced training and years of experience in aesthetic medicine.
It is encouraging that Health Minister Dr. Dan Poulter has confirmed that new training standards for non-surgical cosmetic procedures are being developed to make sure that no one is given fillers or Botox by someone who isn’t qualified.
It may be useful when considering cosmetic treatments to follow the following basic guidelines:
Thanks to the author of this blog Dr Mountford MBBS MBCAM.
After training as a Cosmetic Medical Practitioner, she became the founder and Medical Director of The Cosmetic Skin Clinic with practices in both London Devonshire Place and Buckinghamshire.
The Cosmetic Skin Clinic is a multi-award winning clinic as well as having won, for 6 consecutive years, ‘No1 Coolsculpting Clinic Of Excellence – Western Europe’ & the No1 clinic in Europe for Ultherapy Ultra Premier Treatment Provider for the 5th consecutive year.
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