Ban on cosmetic surgery advertising

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The Committee of Advertising Practice is proposing that cosmetic surgery adverts should not be aimed at people under 18 years of age.

The advertising ban would include adverts for breast enlargement, liposuction and nose jobs.

At present there aren’t any laws that regulate the advertisement of cosmetic surgery procedures to under 18s in the UK.The calls for reform follow on from concerns expressed about the impact of body image pressures on young people and children, leading to concerns about theimental health.Cosmetic surgery clinics have advertised on mainstream TV shows such as Love Island which are popular among the young. One advert for breast enlargement was banned by the Advertising Standards Authority because it promoted cosmetic surgery as an aspirational lifestyle choice.The ban would also impact on the advertising of cosmetic surgery procedures on social media.

We specialise in dealing with claims for compensation for cosmetic surgery that has gone wrong. Our lawyers are able to work on a No Win, No Fee basis where there is evidence of negligence on the part of the cosmetic surgeon, beautician or clinic. To find out where you stand on making a compensation claim call our Legal Helpline for a FREE case assessment and details of No Win, No Fee funding. Call us on 0808 139 1592 or send an email with brief details of your case and we will get back to you immediately.

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