Press releases


11th April 2018

Joint Council for Cosmetic 
Practitioners (JCCP) awarded Professional Standards Authority (PSA) Status

The Joint Council for Cosmetic Practitioners, a recently launched ‘self-regulating’ body for the non-surgical aesthetics and hair restoration sector, has been awarded PSA status. This status reflects the overarching not-for-profit mission of the JCCP charity which is public safety. The PSA is the Government Regulator of Professional Regulated Statutory Bodies (PSRB’s) and public registers in the health and social care sector. The Professional Standards Authority for Health and Social Care oversees nine statutory bodies that regulate health and social care professionals in the UK.


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CCR Expo announces support for JCCP launch

CCR Expo announces its reaction to the official launch of the Joint Council for Cosmetic Practitioners (JCCP) and Cosmetic Practice…

The JCCP is a new, voluntary, not-for-profit, regulatory body that will oversee both patient safety and public protection in the cosmetic sector (1). Working closely with the CPSA, its new and comprehensive evidence based set of practice and education standards, will be delivered to achieve full implementation across the sector in the UK (1). The Practitioner Register and Register of Approved Training Providers will open on March 1st 2018 (1).


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Easyfairs Activity Report

Easyfairs publishes Activity Report with record results and announces rebrand

Brussels, 18 January 2018: Multinational event organiser and venue manager Easyfairs has published its 2016-17 Activity Report and, in the process, announced a rebranding. Henceforth, all of the group’s activities will come under the umbrella brand Easyfairs. Previously the group was known as Artexis Easyfairs, with the venue side of the business (in Belgium and Sweden) branded Artexis and events in all countries branded Easyfairs.


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CCR Post Show Report

Record Figures for CCR Expo 2017 

Record numbers attended CCR Expo 2017, which has been hailed a huge success by exhibitors and attendees alike. The UK’s largest, free to attend event for the medical aesthetics market, attracted over 4.900 attendees and more than 190 industry leading suppliers to Olympia London’s Grand Hall.


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Medical Aesthetics

Latest Innovations in Medical Aesthetics Displayed at CCR Expo 2017 

CCR Expo, the UK’s largest, free to attend event for medical aesthetics, takes place at Olympia London on 5 & 6 October 2017. As the only event to unite both surgical and non-surgical professionals, it will feature suppliers, manufacturers and distributers displaying the latest innovations from right across the aesthetic medicine spectrum.


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Corrective Treatment Warning

Corrective treatment soars - Professionals warn consumers to be more careful

Almost three quarters (72%) of the UK’s leading aesthetic professionals who are providing treatments such as Botox, dermal fillers, chemical peels, laser hair removal, non-surgical facelifts and teeth whitening, have had to correct the work of another practitioner, according to a new study by CCR Expo 2017.

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Three Co-Located Conferences

CCR Expo Unveils Three Co-Located Conferences

CCR Expo, the UK’s largest, free to attend medical aesthetics event, will run alongside three co-located conferences on 5 & 6 October 2017 at Olympia London – ensuring it’s the UK’s largest ever gathering of surgical and non-surgical professionals

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Investment in CCR Expo

Unrivalled Investment into the UK’s Largest Event for Medical Aesthetics

Easyfairs UK & Global has underscored its commitment to CCR Expo, the UK’s largest event for medical aesthetics, with an unrivalled level of investment for the 2017 show. CCR Expo, the only event to unite both surgical and non-surgical professionals, returns to Olympia, London, on 5 & 6 October 2017, not only co-located with both the BAAPS Annual Scientific Meeting and Practice Management Expo 2017 but also with a host of new features.

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New Research

New Research Highlights Non-Surgical Aesthetic Procedure Trends

New research suggests demand for non-surgical procedures is driving the downturn in cosmetic operations.  87% of practitioners who took part in the study believe the 40% drop in cosmetic operations recently reported by BAAPs, is due to people opting for non-surgical procedures, with Botox, dermal fillers, chemical peels, medical needling and teeth whitening making up the bulk of practitioner business.

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Jennifer Aniston making best use of non-surgical procedures

Jennifer Aniston Leads the Pack According to the UK’s Top Practitioners

Jennifer Aniston is the celebrity making best use of non-surgical procedures, according to new research conducted on behalf of CCR Expo, the UK’s largest event for medical aesthetics.

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Accredited Level 4 Training

Accredited Level 4 Training in Aesthetic Treatments finally becomes Requirement in UK

The Aesthetic treatment world is finally changing - over the next two years regulations will be enacted in the UK to ensure that practitioners in aesthetic clinics and beauty salons offering advanced non-invasive treatments must be properly insured, and their staff trained to the appropriate level. 

Read more adds online shop to its software clinic management platform

Clinics can now sell, track, deliver products & manage bookings of the customers online, a leading clinic management software company, announced that selling products online, delivery and tracking orders in the same time with taking online appointments of the online customers is now available through the Clinic 

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