The lack of regulations in non-surgical cosmetic treatments is finally being addressed by MPs. After a year-long review, the All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Beauty, Aesthetics and Wellbeing has made recommendations on advanced aesthetic non-surgical cosmetic treatments.
This conference will assess the findings from the APPG’s report and evaluate how the recommendations could shape regulation and stop treatments taking place in unsuitable locations. As salons begin to resume normal service, we will discuss the impact the pandemic has had on demand and the noticeable shift in home beauty treatments.
We will also look at the progress made on better licensing schemes to protect the public and explore the different stages that the devolved regions are at with their licensing schemes, including how they are proposing, implementing and managing the schemes that could set precedence and change the way cosmetic procedures are carried out.
- Update on Licensing for cosmetic treatment
- Panel discussion: increased training and home treatment in lockdown
- Administer injectables treatments
- David Sines, Executive Chair, Joint Council for Cosmetic Practitioners
- Sarah Clover, Chair, West Midlands Region of the Institute of Licensing, and Barrister, Kings Chambers
- Sarah Moore, Technical Director, Hygenisys
- Ashton Collins, Director, Save Face
Who should Attend
- Health and safety managers
- Public protection officers
- Environmental Health Practitioners
- Environmental health managers
CPD: 4 Hours