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Established in 2012, here at Cosmetic Couture we
 are focused on helping our delegates every step of the way.  
We pride ourselves on ensuring we deliver the best training and treatments in the industry,  offering numerous courses to help you on your way to building a successful career within the beauty and aesthetic sector.

Treatments are available with our experienced tutors or you can recieve highly discounted treatments with our trainee practitioners.  Cosmetic Couture are pioneers in innovation, using the most advanced and up to date techniques and methods to deliver the most effective results. 

Training & Treatments

Cosmetic Couture Training Academy, based in the prestigious Salford Quays area, provide Aesthetic Training for non-medics and medics alike. We pride themselves on our learning and development facilities, which enable the ambitious student to take their first steps in carving a successful career within the aesthetic industry.

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Press Release
Issued Tuesday Feb 12. 

COSMETIC COUTURE is once again at the forefront of the national debate about injectables in the aesthetics industry.

CEO Maxine Hopley today featured on the ITV news calling for higher standards, better professionalism but fighting for the right of beauticians to be able to perform perfectly legal procedures like Botox and dermal fillers.

Under the headline “Unregulated and unsafe? Rise in botched cosmetic fillers sparks questions about beauty industry”, Maxine defends the rights of properly trained non-medics to be able to practice – but also calls on stricter controls of the insurance industry and proper national standards of training and regulation.

“What can be done to protect patients and prevent mistakes from happening?”

Cosmetic Couture continues to attempt to gain national recognition for best practice with regards to training, education and regulation and is a founder member of the national JCCP Beauty Aesthetics Special Interest Committee.

At BASIC’s first meeting Cosmetic Couture committed to work with the JCCP on making sure that beauty therapists and non-medics who want to reach level 7 qualifications and be registered have the best opportunity to do that.

In a major new development to help safeguard the public and set new world beating standards in the beauty and aesthetics industry, Cosmetic Couture is pushing for world-first nationwide guidelines to be drawn up for non-medics on everything from requirements at premises to customer contracts, formal complaints procedures, and required levels of first-aid training.

Maxine said: “I will continue to fight and argue that properly trained, regulated aesthetic practitioners do not have to be medics. We are specialists and professionals in our own right. I run adverse effects courses with doctors and train doctors and nurses. The question is does the government have the systems, procedures and funding in place to help us regulate our industry so the best non-medics can continue to practice what are usually extremely safe and successful procedures.”