Following dozens of complaints from patients reporting complications, adverse reactions, and unsightly treatment outcomes, the BBC sent an undercover reporter to investigate Miss Hudsons Aesthetics, a Manchester-based business that travels to Glasgow each month to see hundreds of clients. The investigation found that a number of lockdown restrictions had been breached and patients were asked to apply numbing cream to their faces in the street ahead of their very brief appointments with practitioner and owner Savannah Hudson.

All patients were required to pay for their treatment upfront and in advance of any consultation with Savannah Hudson. Ms. Hudson told the reporter that 30% of her clients experienced adverse effects and that a further 12% of people experienced serious adverse effects after visiting Miss Hudson's.

Save Face Director Ashton Collins joins the BBC to discuss the investigation and explains how to stay safe when selecting a practitioner.



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