Last month, the government brought in a new law to stop under-eighteens using Botox and fillers for cosmetic reasons in England. But with reports of botched procedures and easy access to products online – is this law enough to tame the industry? And who’s paying the price for beauty? The Times invited Save Face Director Ashton Collins on to the podcast to discuss some of the common themes that lead so many people to fall into unsafe hands and how Save Face’s safety campaign led to the introduction of the Children’s Bill.



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