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Education & training don’t settle for second best
You could say, but this is an extreme case, it is not common, the majority of establishments operate ethically. While on the one hand, it could be correct to say that, how many people do you see with “duck lips?” Moreover, it is too easy to find 101 stories of injectables gone wrong. In the same way, people burnt or unwanted pigment changes from laser & light equipment are also just far too frequent. https://goo.gl/zxQxvW
When you study an in-depth course https://goo.gl/Jy5pJj designed to give the practitioner all the knowledge required to “ethically” provide fillers & botox, a component of that is assessing at-risk-groups but also the principals of when to say no and no, not that much product.
You can also think about it this way, it is the frozen face and duck lips that creates the pushback within the market that gives injectables a bad name.
We look at it this way, if the wrong outcome for clients were not common, there would not be a mountain of research highlighting the problems within the sector, worldwide. If training, ethics and principals were up to scratch, we would not constantly be told and given photos of treatments gone wrong.
We have maintained a position for many years and in some ways led to the reason we opened ATAI. If you do not take a stand within the sector for your best interests, ultimately regulation will come in that could be directed against your best interests. https://goo.gl/mPBzB5