Partners we work with

We have long standing partnerships with specialist organisations and insurers to provide comprehensive cover that matches our customers’ requirements. We work together to raise standards in the cosmetic and aesthetic sectors.

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The Joint Council for Cosmetic Practitioners (JCCP) is a regulatory body for the non-surgical sector in England, which is a critical development for the industry and has received the support of the Department of Health and Health Education England (HEE).

Hamilton Fraser is part of its Strategic Development Group, helping to formulate the organisation’s strategy over the coming years. We have partnered with the JCCP to allow practitioners to join the JCCP at a reduced cost.

The JCCP has been established to assist members of the public who are considering or undergoing non-surgical and hair restoration surgery treatments with advice on patient safety matters and how to gain access to registers of approved practitioners.

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Hair and Beauty Industry Authority (HABIA) is recognised by the Government as the Standard Setting Body (SSB) for the hair, beauty, nails, spa, well-being and aesthetic sectors. For more than thirty years, HABIA have been developing National Occupational Standards (NOS) for the UK. HABIA are a not-for-profit organisation, and work continuously to raise standards and the profile of the hair and beauty industry, through positive press and relationship building across the industry.

Our partnership with HABIA offers greater support and protection for the general and advanced beauty industry. Hamilton Fraser is therefore now able to insure the industry for general and advanced beauty treatments.*

*Hamilton Fraser do not offer cover for facial aesthetics and injectables for non-medics.

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British Association of Cosmetic Nurses (BACN)

The BACN is the largest professional association for nurses carrying out cosmetic treatments in the UK. It operates under a strict code of conduct to ensure patient safety across all treatments undertaken by its members. Hamilton Fraser is their only insurance partner, offering medical indemnity insurance to a large proportion of its members.

The BACN has a dual role, to provide services and support to all its members and promote patient safety in non-surgical aesthetic treatments.

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British Association of Hair Restoration Surgery (BAHRS)

Hamilton Fraser is a gold sponsor of the British Association of Hair Restoration Surgery. BAHRS was founded in 1996 by twelve like-minded doctors practicing hair transplant surgery in the United Kingdom, the BAHRS is a non-profit association of professionals practicing in the British Isles with an interest in hair loss, hair restoration including transplant surgery, hair research and education.

The key purpose of BAHRS is to promote the understanding of hair restoration surgery and to communicate information relating to hair restoration surgery to members, practitioners, and other professional bodies.

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Acquisition Aesthetics

Acquisition Aesthetics’ is a London-based training academy that brings together experts in facial rejuvenation and non-surgical treatments to deliver the highest standard of training in facial aesthetics.

With a trusted board of advisors, mentors, and lecturers in the fields of plastic surgery, maxillofacial surgery, and dermatology, they have grown into a pioneering company. Acquisition Aesthetics now deliver a range of courses, including cadaveric refresher courses and mentoring sessions.

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Harley Academy

Harley Academy is a UK leading postgraduate training provider in aesthetic medicine for doctors, dentists, nurses, and midwives. Their botulinum toxin, dermal fillers and cosmetic dermatology training courses will set up practitioners for a successful career in aesthetic medicine.

Harley Academy is a recognised premium brand which is leading the way with postgraduate education, engineered to inspire confidence in both practitioners and patients.

As experts in aesthetics training, their main goal is to improve patient safety by raising educational standards for the most widely requested cosmetic procedures.

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Merz Aesthetics

Merz Aesthetics is a private, family-run business that puts purpose before profit and listens to what is right for the customer.

Merz is a driver of innovation in aesthetic medicine industry and continues to expand their leadership in aesthetics through unique treatment solutions they provide and global professional training and education platforms. Keeping medicine at the heard of everything they do, their aim is to help shape the future of clinical practices and share their knowledge to apply to your aesthetic business.

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AestheticSource was founded in 2011 as a UK-based specialist distributor of clinically proven aesthetic products. Since then, they have developed a rigorous process of searching for the best clinically proven products and ingredients in the world and are now an award-winning distributor.

With their comprehensive portfolio and multi-disciplinary team of experts, AestheticSource locate the best ingredients and products to help you build your business and are committed to providing patients with tried and trusted products that work.

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Dr Bob Khanna Training Institute

The UK’s leading facial aesthetic training institute offering a wide range of courses that teaches the techniques that Dr Bob Khanna has been using and developing for well over two decades. To date, thousands of doctors, dentists, and medical nurses in the UK and internationally have trained here.

The courses mostly focus on safe and predictable techniques, helping the next generation of clinicians deliver amazing and safe results. They are divided into sections that focus on botulinum toxin (‘botox’), dermal fillers, thread lifting and more advanced classes, as well as injectable skin rejuvenation, anti-hair loss treatments and fat dissolving treatments (for the face and body).

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IAAFA (International Academy of Advanced Facial Aesthetics)

Led by Professor Bob Khanna, IAAFA was set up in 2001 as a non-profit organisation. The role of IAAFA is to bring colleagues together to integrate the diverse wealth of knowledge within this ever-evolving field, to enhance and regulate patient care.

IAAFA was formed to raise public understanding of facial aesthetics, providing patients or those considering treatment with the information and reassurance to make an informed choice. Hamilton Fraser has supported and worked with IAAFA since its formation.

SIAB (Success in Aesthetic Business)

Success in Aesthetic Business (SIAB) is an innovative platform dedicated to empowering individuals and businesses in the aesthetic industry. Founded in 2020, SIAB seeks to provide comprehensive guidance, knowledge, and resources to those looking to thrive in the competitive world of aesthetics.

Menopause in Aesthetics

Menopause in Aesthetics conference is the UK's only conference that focuses on the synergy between menopause and aesthetics. Taking place Friday 9th of February 2024 at the BDC, London, it is a must attend for any keen nurses, doctors, clinic owners and practitioners.

Aesthetic Nurse Software

Founded in 2016 by aesthetic nurse Jo Hayward, ANS has been carefully curated to meet the specific needs of aesthetic practitioners who require a software that will eliminate the often frustrating admin associated with running an independent aesthetics clinic.

As a cloud-based software, with ANS your diary and clinical information is available at all times, across all devices - making your clinic accessible from anywhere! Designed to be user-friendly and affordable, ANS makes the transition from paper-based records to paperless software effortless with every process accounted for. From appointments, questionnaires and consent forms to photos, prescriptions and treatment notes, everything is stored conveniently in one place, safely and securely.

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