Botox ‘should be performed in a clean environment’
People considering Botox treatment should ensure the environment is clean and safe, an expert has claimed.
The increasing popularity of Botox parties means it is more difficult for qualified practitioners to monitor the safety of patients.
Sally Taber from the Independent Healthcare Advisory service told the Sun that people considering the treatment should attend a legitimate clinic to receive the injection.
Ensuring the environment is clean and hygienic is vital to ensure patients do not catch infections after the procedure.
Ms Taber said: "From Botox parties in bedrooms to dermal fillers in a shed, we are continuously shocked at the places people have treatment."
A Board Certified Plastic Surgeon stresses the importance of undergoing Botox treatment from a medical professional.
The organisation states that qualified practitioners should evaluate the medical history of patients to determine if the treatment is safe for them and perform the procedure in a sterile medical facility.