Since the popularity of non-surgical cosmetic treatments has rocketed, these procedures have become easily accessible. There is a lack of regulation in this industry which has led to practitioners with inadequate qualifications and training delivering treatments. Patients often overlook the risks and credibility of their chosen practitioner, due to a lack of information and make poor decisions when influenced by price.


Non-surgical cosmetic procedures should only be performed by fully-qualified medical professionals. It is important that you check qualifications, training and accreditations to ensure you chose a safe and reputable practitioner.

Any medical cosmetic procedure should be carefully considered, so here are some useful resources to help you make an informed decision:

Choosing a safe practitioner



Ensure the practitioner is accredited by a professional regulatory body. Rejuvenate Face is accredited by Save Face. Save Face is a national register of Accredited practitioners who provide non-surgical cosmetic treatments such as anti-wrinkle injections and dermal fillers. Our Register is accredited by Professional Standards Authority and is recognised by the Government, The Department of Health, NHS England and The Care Quality Commission.


We are immensely proud to have been independently assessed against a robust set of standards in order to be certified as Save Face Accredited. Save Face is a Professional Standards Authority accredited register and is recognised by the Government, The Department of Health and NHS England.



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Save Face Ambassador, Doctor Christian Jessen shares his views on non-surgical cosmetic treatments, including what to look out for, what to avoid and how to find a safe practitioner.