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The surprising photos of Kylie Jenner with no makeup on are just the start of it.
What goes up must come down.
An alarming number of young people surveyed by our Snapchat survey told us they viewed non-surgical cosmetic procedures as akin to getting a haircut or a manicure.
At-home gatherings involving clients sloshed on booze and needles? They're around if you know where to look.
Sellers on the platform were even willing to offer four times the recommended dose of fillers – an amount that could lead to medical complications.
Ninety percent of practitioners in London and Essex aren’t asking children their age before booking them in for lip fillers – and none required a child’s ID for a consultation.
People all over the UK undergo non-surgical treatments like fillers every year, but the industry operates almost completely unchecked.
A public health campaign won't cut it – we need laws to regulate rogue practitioners.