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28% of aesthetic medical treatments are performed in beauty centers

According to estimates prepared by the SEME (Spanish Society of Aesthetic Medicine), 28% of aesthetic medical treatments are performed in beauty centers, 16% in hair salons and another 14% are performed by self-employed beauticians; That is, approximately 58% of all treatments are being performed by unqualified personnel.

The dangers of this practice with a person who is not a qualified medical professional is, first of all, not having the specific training to perform this technique. Secondly, not having made a medical history that reflects their illnesses, allergies, etc. Thirdly, not making an adequate diagnosis (for example: differentiating between malignant and benign spots), nor indicated by it based on the clinical history. previous.

The SEME recommends that to avoid this, "you should go to a center or aesthetic medicine clinic "that is authorized by the Ministry of Health, and that, therefore, has qualified professionals."