THE WHAT? UK-based medical skincare clinic group Sk:n Clinics has renewed its contract with the Joint Council for Cosmetic Practitioners, which they have partnered with since 2016.
THE DETAILS The two organizations will continue to work together to ‘improve the aesthetics industry, striving for better patient safety and development of strict, accredited regulations for aesthetics practitioners and clinics.’
According to a press release, “With the JCCP’s prominent Government advisory role and sk:n’s extensive network of influential practitioners including, dermatologists, doctors, and nurses, they will continue their work collaboratively to continue influencing changes within the industry.”
THE WHY? The partnership is said to be part of Sk:n Clinic’s mission to champion patient safety in the aesthetics industry.
Darren Grassby CEO of sk:n group said: “Our clinics are centres of medical excellence, delivering the highest standards of ethics, practice and training. All of our aesthetic practitioners are highly qualified and operate within strict sk:n protocols, as well as all being registered with the GMC or NMC.
“We are excited to continue our partnership with the JCCP and continue our on-going alliance in the fight to implement much-needed regulation to protect patients, practitioners, and the future of our industry.”
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