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Did you know?
A quick internet search for “botox in Edinburgh or Glasgow” will bring up hundreds of clinics and practitioners – but did you know that these are ranked according to complex algorithms, none of which have anything to do with safety?
The results you’re presented with when using one of the three big search engines will be extremely varied; ranging from the good, the bad, to the downright dangerous.
As the non-surgical cosmetic industry is nearly entirely unregulated and unaccountable in the UK, anyone, regardless of experience or qualifications, can administer non-surgical cosmetic treatments legally, and without fear of recrimination.
This means that every year in the UK, thousands of people suffer at the hands of untrained practitioners. From burns to scarring, allergic reaction to infection, the risks of undergoing treatment administered by an untrained individual are significant.
Save Face want to put a stop to this by providing a service that will connect those searching for non-surgical cosmetic treatments with safe, experienced, qualified practitioners that they can trust.
Save Face is an independent and impartial accreditation scheme for aesthetic medical professionals and clinics.
Each doctor, nurse and dentist who applies to become Save Face Accredited is assessed on-site against a strict set of objective standards.
These standards, which were developed by the Save Face Clinical Directors with contributions and approval from an independent Expert Advisory Board, have been put into place for your safety. It is our aim that they will help to drive continuous improvement in the quality of services provided and the suitability of the environments in which these treatments take place.
The clinics you will find here all meet Save Face’s strict standards for accreditation. This means that they:
- Conduct their business with integrity
- Have undergone the necessary training to administer the treatments they provide
- Are competent to manage medical emergencies
- Maintain adequate clinical records
- Are customer focussed and protect customer confidentiality
- Have policies and procedures in place to protect the client from undue risk and harm
- Use premises and equipment that are appropriate for services provided