The Safety in Beauty Campaign was quoted in The Guardian Newspaper this week expressing concerns over the dozens of people a month, complaining about botched mole and skin lesion removals, the concerns were revealed in an article published this week by The Guardian Newspaper.
The story written by Lucy Mansfield explores how rogue beauticians are leaving customers burnt and scarred when removing moles and lesions, as well as missing potential signs of skin cancer, in a trend that has prompted serious concerns from doctors.
Dozens of patients a month are complaining about their treatment by beauty therapists, hairdressers and nail technicians who have removed blemishes from their skin, the Guardian can reveal. With the NHS rarely performing cosmetic procedures for aesthetic reasons, there are concerns that staff with no medical training are instead performing potentially dangerous, invasive procedures.
To read the whole story please visit https://www.theguardian.com/society/2020/feb/11/revealed-beautician-procedures-leaving-customers-burned-and-scarred
Photo Credit and Source: The Guardian/Lucy Mansfield