My Mission: United Colours of Beauty by Eryca Freemantle

Beauty is a form of expression – but what does it really mean. When many of us hear the word beauty we associate it to the word pretty. After many years I have finally realised they are two completely different things.   I am Eryca Freemantle Global Makeup Educator & read more

Dr Bhavjit Kaur Reviews the CCR October Expo for Safety in Beauty

The Clinical+Constructive+Reconstructive (CCR) Expo is one of UK’s largest medical exhibition and conferences. This year it was held on 6th and 7th of October, at London Olympia. It is a unique event which unites professionals from many disciplines at the same time, such as The British Association of Aesthetic Plastic read more

BACN Conference 2016

September 2016: BACN Annual Conference Birmingham Kindest thanks to Sharon Bennett from The British Association of Cosmetic Nurses for inviting Antonia Mariconda of Safety in Beauty to give a presentation to the industry aesthetic nurses on managing patient complaints successfully, last month in Birmingham. Approximately 300 delegates, and 50 exhibitors read more

The Advanced Beauty Conference 2016 at Olympia

Olympia 2 & 3rd October 2016: This year Safety and Beauty had the honour of attending Olympia Beauty over the two-day event, and collaborating with The Advanced Beauty Conference. It was a fantastic event, where our founder Antonia Mariconda presented some real industry professionals. We heard from the likes of read more

The Hee Report explained by Sally Durant

The Implications Of New Government Qualification Standards For Advanced Beauty Therapists And Medical Aesthetic Practitioners It has been almost three years since Sir Bruce Keogh published The Keogh Review and promised a new dawn in better regualtion and much needed improvement to the cosmetic interventions industry. Whilst the industry read more

How to Spot Body Dysmorphia

How to spot a patient with body dysmorphia and how to cope with the consultation. Body dysmorphia disorder (BDD) is characterised by a individual becoming obsessed with imaginary defects in their appearance, and in the medical aesthetics industry we are exposed to meeting these people and understanding their level read more

The Cost of Complaints: A Legal Insight into Common Client Concerns About their Cosmetic Clinics

It is well known that bad news travels faster than good. As a general rule, a person is likely to tell twice as many people about a bad experience as a good one. Given that the number of cosmetic surgery providers in the UK is increasing year on year, read more

Safety in Beauty in Bournemouth News

January 2016: Extensive piece on Safety in Beauty click to read full article: read more

Have-a-go-at-home needle warriors convert garages as their “clinics”

Would you have a serious invasive treatment- such as Botox injections, cosmetic dermal fillers, laser treatment or thread lifts performed in a garage? well, the new wave of have-a-go-at-home ‘practitioners’ think that is what you the public deserve, take a look at this planning application refused below. The Safety read more

Updated Statement Regarding Beautician Dissection Course

Updated Statement by Safety in Beauty Campaign On 3rd January 2016 The Safety in Beauty Campaign released an exclusive story on Beauticians announcing their “1st ever Human Facial Cadaver Dissection Course” The announcement of the dissection course was released and published via a You Tube Video made by read more

Safety in Beauty Campaign in Sussex Weddings Magazine

With kind thanks to Sussex Wedding for featuring our campaign in December issue 2015 read more

Dying for a Tan? Maybe you’ll think twice after reading this…

When I was 22, I used to go on a ten minute sun bed session three days a week, there was no way I was ever going to look unfashionably pale. Spray tans repulsed me (the smell and texture) and something about pale skin even though I am olive read more

What should I expect from a Botox Consultation? by Clare McLoughlin

What should I expect from a Botox Consultation? Clare McLoughlin is an Independent Nurse Prescriber and Advanced Procedure Aesthetic Nurse and Trainer with more than 16 years’ experience in the aesthetic field.   she works hard to promote the issue of Patient Safety in Cosmetic Therapies.  The first thing I need read more

In The Press – Heat Magazine

In The Press: August 2015, HEAT Magazine, Teens & Fillers, Quote by Founder: Antonia Mariconda of Safety in Beauty read more

In The Press: Safety in Beauty Founder in The Sunday Times Newspaper

Sunday 26th July: The Sunday Times Newspaper (Style Magazine) Full Feature article on teenagers and lip fillers – safety focus read more

In The Press Safety in Beauty – White Party in Scratch Magazine

Safety in Beauty White Party in Scratch Magazine read more

Dangerous eyelash extensions by inexperienced ‘therapists’

The Safety in Beauty Campaign spotted this photo on social media last week. Please be extra careful about who you allow to administer ‘eyelash extensions’ to your eyes. This unfortunate victim had ridiculous amounts of glue applied to such a delicate eye area. The over jumped glue needed to be read more

Is Cosmetic Surgery Getting Any Safer?

June 2015: Antonia Mariconda in Cosmetic Business News: Debate host for new MATA Training Academy Full article here read more

We’re advising against kids crayons used for ‘make-up’

We picked up on a beauty trend particularly amongst younger female where the fad is to dip coloured pencils, and crayons, (such as Crayola) in warm water to use in the place of eyeliner, there are a number of beauty bloggers endorsing this practice and it is simply NOT read more

Beautytracker launch on

June 2015, Beautytracker App featured on read more

Safety in Beauty on Channel 5 News

June 2015: Antonia Mariconda discussing a more conscientious approach to Cosmetic Surgery on Channel 5 news read more

Safety in Beauty on Sky News

London 8 June 2015, 6.15am: This morning I was featured talking about Safety in Beauty and Cosmetic Surgery on Sky News ‘Sunrise’ with Eamon Holmes. The interview included my thoughts on the new GMC guidelines which include the recommendations for surgical provers to: Be open and honest with patients and read more

Velaterapia – Do not try this at home,

The truth about velaterapia There has been a lot of talk recently about velaterapia following a story in The Daily Mail this week about top Victoria’s Secret model Barbara Fialho. Fialho swears by the procedure of velaterapia where she uses an open flame to burn off spit ends. However read more

Dissapointing Government Response to Keogh Review

After much anticipation and waiting the government response to the Keogh Review was published on Thursday 13th February 2014, at The results were quite frankly nothing short of disappointing. Hundreds of members within the cosmetic interventions industry had worked hard over the last year to make a significant read more

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