Last week we reported that BCAM (British College of Aesthetic Medicine) notified its members that they can treat patients for cosmetic procedures including Botox and fillers before lockdown ends.
Meanwhile, Transform Hospital Group’s CEO, Tony Veverka, calls out operators putting public health at risk by flouting lockdown rules and opening clinics before hairdressers on 4th July.
Save Face, a national register of accredited cosmetic practitioners, has reportedly received hundreds of complaints from consumers about social media adverts for procedures since lockdown started.
‘When the COVID-19 pandemic took hold in Britain earlier this year, practitioners in elective surgery and medical aesthetics were told by the government to close clinics and put a stop to face-to-face treatment. This move was made to enable social distancing and reduce the risk of additional pressure impacting the NHS.
In accordance with the regulations, for the past few months our team of clinicians and