Emma Wedgwood
Save Face

Aesthetic and non-surgical treatments can be a wonderful and safe way to recover your self confidence and improve certain skin and body conditions. But when put in the wrong hands, they can be ineffective or at worst, dangerous.

Despite calls for things to change, non-surgical cosmetic treatment remains an unregulated area. This means that untrained practitioners can administer treatments from unsafe clinics and not break the law.

As a qualified medical practitioner with over 20 years of experience, I have seen the damage that this kind of practice can do and know that maintaining high standards in my industry is crucial to keep people safe, but also to ensure the most effective results.

That’s why I’m so proud to now be Save Face accredited.

Save Face is a national register of accredited non-surgical practitioners who have been deemed to provide the highest standard of care.

The Save Face register is accredited by the Professional Standards Authority and is recognised by the Government, The Department of Health, NHS England, and the Care Quality Commission.

Who can become Save Face accredited?

To get the accreditation, practitioners need to meet all the following criteria:

  • Registered nurse/midwife, doctor, dentist, prescribing pharmacist with specialist training and insurance in each treatment they list on their profile
  • Only use licensed products from reputable suppliers
  • All the correct paperwork to protect clients from risk or harm
  • The practice standards meet the high standards required to deliver safe treatments in a safe environment
  • They are who they say they are

As a Save Face accredited provider, you can rest assured that I provide the very highest levels of care to keep you safe while delivering effective treatments that help you feel your best.