An essential guide for all aesthetic beauty therapists-JCCP Register of Aesthetic Practitioners in 2017

 An essential guide for all aesthetic beauty therapists in readiness for the launch of the JCCP Register of Aesthetic Practitioners – By Sally Durant It all began with the long awaited publication of the HEE Report on January 8th setting out a new qualification framework for all professions providing read more

Safety in Beauty Supporters Fusion GT Launch Biofibre in UK

2016 November 23: London Fusion GT is a dynamic company specialising in the research of technological innovation in aesthetic and non-aesthetic medicine. As great supporters of The Safety in Beauty Campaign, we were delighted to be invited to their latest launch event at The Crowne Plaza Hotel, London. Guests read more

New Breast Implant Registry Launched by NHS

Understanding the PIP Breast Implant Scandal In 2013, one of the biggest healthcare scandals of the world hit the headlines when over 50,000 British women fell victim to faulty cosmetic breast implants inserted during cosmetic breast surgery operations. The founder of a French company Poly Implant Protheses (PIP) that read more

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

Meet our Diamond Award Winners 2016

Shine Bright Like A Diamond at The White Party 2016 The Safety in Beauty – White Party 2016, enjoys another year of success as Diamond Award Winners announced. Saturday 2nd July 2016: Grand Connaught Rooms: The London White Party hosted by The Safety in Beauty Campaign was a resounding read more

London White Party 2016 Online Auction Site Now Live!

To all our fabulous supporters and guests of The London White Party Diamond Awards 2016 We are raising funds for The Katie Piper Foundation this year via our event of the year on July 2nd, in Covent Garden We are pleased to announce that our charity silent auction is read more

Breast Surgery – The Low Down

There are numerous surgeries that can be carried out on the breasts, the most common of which is breast implant surgery, also known as breast enlargement. Other available procedures include breast reduction surgery, and breast uplift surgery. Having breasts that are asymmetrical, too small, too large or too droopy read more

Safety in Beauty quoted in The Daily Mail

28 April 2016: The Safety in Beauty Campaign quoted in The Daily Mail Newspaper discussing the safety of laser hair reduction treatments read more

Safety in Beauty in Professional Beauty Magazine

March 2016: Safety in Beauty highlighted the growing dangers of beauty bloggers and bloggers demonstrating video tutorials of DIY invasive treatments and injections causing alarm and concern for public safety. read more

Should beauty bloggers research their advice more carefully?

A recent news article in the Daily Mail  revealed that DIY beauty tips issued by beauty bloggers, could actually be making our skin conditions worse, and at worst be hazardous for our skin health. Skincare expert Sharon Hilditch dispelled a number of frequent blogged and logged beauty hacks revealing that the 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

Kylie Jenner and the teenage Lip Filler debate

The Kardashians are no strangers to media frenzy and in 2015 you couldn’t look anywhere without seeing the story about how Kylie Jenner, at just 17 years old, admitted to having lip enhancement using dermal filler injections. This set off a worldwide trend for teenage girls to start to read more

Fixing Your DIY Botched Eyebrows

We have all done it, got a little tweezer happy, booked an appointment with a less than conservative therapist and have been left with pencil lines for eyebrows and wondered why we ever messed with them in the first place. The emphasis on beautiful brows is arguably at it’s read more

The Rise of The Metrosexual

According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, nearly 400,000 men in the United States received Botox in 2013. This is a 310% rise in the uptake for Botox amongst men compared to a decade ago. The figures are reflective of the popularity Botox also holds in the UK. read more

Who would you trust to perform a botox or cosmetic filler treatment on your face?

75% percent of people prefer a medically qualified and trained professional to perform a cosmetic enhancement on their face The Safety in Beauty Campaign believes wholeheartedly that the only way to protect those undergoing non-surgical cosmetic procedures is to properly regulate the aesthetics industry, ensuring that those who carry read more

How to find a good cosmetic surgeon

According to The British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons, over 51,000 Britons underwent cosmetic surgery in 2015. Realistically those figures are actually double, if we were to take into account the large commercial cosmetic surgery chains who provide cosmetic surgery procedures, but are not included in that audit. These read more

The symptoms of menopause and safe effective solutions

The menopause is the natural part of ageing, occurring in later years, where a woman stops having periods and is no longer able to become pregnant. Periods usually start to become less frequent and this can happen over months or even years before they stop altogether. However, in some 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

Like your lifestyle but neglect your teeth?

What your dental health says about you throughout the decades… From smoking to teeth grinding, coffee drinking to the menopause, there are a number of lifestyle and ageing factors that play a part in our dental health. With a wealth of experience in his field, award-winning dentist Dr Mervyn read more

Safety in Beauty in Liverpool Echo

February 2016 – Liverpool Echo Newspaper: read more

Safety in Beauty in Aesthetic Medicine Journal Jan 2016

Kindest thanks to Aesthetic Medicine Journal for Publishing our Annual Audit read more

Safety in Beauty Campaign Quoted in The Times Higher Education

January 2016: Full article can be located here  read more

Safety in Beauty in Bournemouth News

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

Aesthetic Clinical Training Courses using Cadavers

Last week there was much furore in the general media and on social media, after we published a report of beauty therapists performing a dissection on a human cadaver at a private course held within the facilities of Newcastle University. The course was not affiliated to the university. For the read more

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