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This accreditation adds yet further momentum to the advance towards self-regulation in the aesthetics industry.
In a landmark move for regulation in the aesthetics sector, the Joint Council for Cosmetic Practitioners (JCCP) has been awarded charitable status.
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Given the unregulated state of the sector, various voluntary bodies have arisen in order to create some order.
The JCCP was set up to implement the ‘self-regulation’ of the aesthetics industry recommended by the original HEE Guideline.