Update on Licensing in England from JCCP

Joint Council for Cosmetic Practitioners (JCCP)
By Joint Council for Cosmetic Practitioners (JCCP)

The JCCP has been established as a vehicle to promote patient safety in the world of non-surgical aesthetics and hair restoration surgery.

As a reminder, the Health and Care Act introduces a new licensing system for all practitioners who provide a range of more invasive non-surgical cosmetic procedures such as the injection of toxins and fillers that prohibits any individual in England from carrying out specified cosmetic procedures unless they have a personal licence. It also prohibits any person from using or permitting the use of premises in England “for the carrying out of specified cosmetic procedures” unless they have a premises licence.

The JCCP has worked in collaboration with ‘Aesthetics CPD’ to produce a user-friendly guide to licensing. The JCCP is pleased to offer its Registrants direct access to this video clip to assist you to keep up to date with industry developments. The ‘infographic’ outlines the most important factors to consider, along with some useful FAQs.



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