Treatments You Can Trust does not advocate or promote any specific treatment, clinic or product. We provide free independent advice to the public and we can guide you to registered providers who have evidenced their compliance with the Treatments You Can Trust standards.
We are not able to provide you with specific information relating to your own condition or complaint. We are also not able to recommend individual providers or clinics.
The information here contains general background and some technical information on how the treatments work and what the main side effects and risks of the treatments could be.
It is vitally important that you are aware of what to expect during the treatment and what results you can expect. This means that you will be better able to discuss with your practitioner which treatment is right for you.
Should you have any suggestions for information to be provided on additional treatments please feel free to email us - we are always happy to hear from you!
While part of the charm and ambience of individual salon or clinic settings are their differences there are certain common features which you have a right to expect when visiting a Treatments You Can Trust registered organisation.
As part of the registration process all organisations are required to certify that certain standards will be met and maintained when seeing clients for cosmetic injectable treatments:
These requirements are put in place to ensure that the high standards required of Treatments You Can Trust registered organisations are maintained. Should you have cause for concern you should raise it with your practitioner or the clinic manager at the time and ask to have the matter rectified.
If you remain dissatisfied you should ask for a copy of the organisations complaints policy. This will explain how you can take take the matter further which may involve putting you complaint in writing to the owner of the business.
All Treatments You Can Trust registered organisations are required to have a written complaints policy as part of the registration requirements.