CIEH is holding its flagship conference on the beauty and cosmetics industry.
The continued growth of the industry, the lack of regulation, and the significant cost to the NHS of botched procedures, makes this conference timely, and brings together experts from across the country.
Being held at 15 Hatfields in central London on the 17th July, the conference is focussing on key developments and challenges in the beauty and cosmetics industry; such as behind the scenes in the high-profile case and conviction of Brendan McCarthy, “Dr Evil”, and his highly questionable cosmetic procedures.
Alberto Costa, MP for South Leicestershire, will be delivering the keynote speech and setting out his call for better regulation of the growing non-surgical cosmetics industry and a minimum age restriction for filler treatments.
The conference will also look at key issues such as microblading, sterilisation, and the National Occupation Standards, alongside hearing from the National Hairdressers Federation, the National Beauty Federation, and the Royal Society of Public Health.
Attendees will be environmental health professionals from across the public, private, and third sectors.