Learn a little more about voluntary inspections


Learn a little more about voluntary inspections


Because Cosmetic Practice is strictly speaking not a healing or treatment necessity, clients from the private sector cannot be dictated (as provided for under the different Human Rights and Privileges Conventions and Laws) where and by whom they are treated, State or Government can not easily intervene. But due to the potential risk of harm to Clients some sort of safeguards are essential.

Firstly, what the CPR proposes is a system where the Cosmetic Practitioners are voluntarily evaluated and advised on 4 levels:


  • Appearance as far as personal care is concerned.
  • Presentation to the Public as a professional and confident Practitioner.
  • Ethical conduct towards clients and other members of the profession.
  • Training and Continuing Professional Development.


  • Advertising and business competition to a standard that does not harm the industry.
  • Satisfaction, not so much with treatment only, but also with the general way in which they are managed.
  • Continuing care and follow-up.
  • Complaints procedure.


  • Effectiveness
  • Preparation
  • Aftercare
  • Equipment
  • Safety


  • Health and Safety issues.
  • Source of potential infections.
  • Compliance with Local, National and EU legislation.
  • Impact on the environment.

Secondly, by closely liaising with the Indemnity Insurance Industry, who would have to pay for adverse events, the CPR trusts that an efficient safety network can be developed. Collaborating in such a way, the CPR should be able to identify both risky procedures as well as reckless practitioners.