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The implications of new qualification standards for beauty therapists & non-medical aesthetic practitioners.
THE HEE REPORT: THE IMPLICATIONS OF NEW GOVERNMENT QUALIFICATION STANDARDS FOR BEAUTY THERPISTS AND NON-MEDICAL AESTHETIC PRACTITONERS
On January 8th 2016 the Department of Health published the Health Education England Report outlining a new framework of qualifications from Levels 4 – 7 relevant to all beauty therapists working, or looking to work, in the clinical skin care sector. 1,448 more words
JCCP announces technology partners for its Practitioner & Education & Training Registers for patient data collection.
Press Release 7th June 2017
The JCCP is a newly proposed ‘self-regulating’ body for the non-surgical aesthetics industry in England formed after the publication by the Government of its policy on regulation in the sector in January 2016. 1,836 more words
People always ask me what the point of a facial is. They’re a bit spendy (depending on where you go), it’s an hour (or more) of your time, and some people really don’t understand the benefits of an appointment dedicated specifically to your skin. 946 more words
I’m a Medical Aesthetician from Northern Virginia, currently living in Charlotte, North Carolina. An aesthetician is a skincare specialist that performs professional treatments such as: waxing; tinting; makeup; facials; chemical peels; microdermabrasion; microcurrent; lymphatic drainage, shiatsu, and other facial massages; LED; ultrasonic treatments; dermaplaning; and so much more. 275 more words