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BCAM responds to the recent BBC news story regarding the seizure of unlicensed dermal fillers and suspected illegally traded botulinum toxin

BCAM responds to the recent BBC news story regarding the seizure of unlicensed dermal fillers and suspected illegally traded botulinum toxin

15 May 2024

The British College of Aesthetic Medicine (BCAM) continues to push for regulation in Aesthetic Medicine to protect patients from the risk of dangerous unlicensed products and procedures after the BBC reported that thousands of pounds worth of... Read more

BCAM 2023 Annual Clinical Review

BCAM 2023 Annual Clinical Review

17 October 2023

The British College of Aesthetic Medicine has released data from its annual audit of 357 members to inform on treatment popularity and complication management. While the frequency of treatments performed remains similar to last year, results... Read more

BCAM CONFERENCE BACK FOR 2023 WITH A NEW TED-X STYLE FORMAT

BCAM CONFERENCE BACK FOR 2023 WITH A NEW TED-X STYLE FORMAT

16 October 2023

30th September 2023, the British College of Aesthetic Medicine (BCAM) held its annual conference at Church House in Westminster, covering a range of topics, including new aesthetic innovations, alongside advancements in business practice,... Read more

Joint Press Release from British Association of Cosmetic Nurses (BACN) and British College of Aesthetic Medicine (BCAM)

Joint Press Release from British Association of Cosmetic Nurses (BACN) and British College of Aesthetic Medicine (BCAM)

4 September 2023

             The DHSC released its consultation document on the future of licensing for aesthetic treatments in England today, Saturday 2nd September 2023. This consultation considers which treatments could be included in a license for... Read more

BCAM calls for more investigations into the illegal treatment of under 18’s

BCAM calls for more investigations into the illegal treatment of under 18’s

17 July 2023

The British College of Aesthetic Medicine (BCAM) has applauded The City of Wolverhampton Council for its approach to illegal aesthetic treatments and urges other councils to follow suit. Following an undercover investigation of businesses... Read more