Time is running out to have your say on acne treatment
Tomorrow is the final day for therapists to share their thoughts on unanswered questions regarding the treatment of acne with the Acne Priority Setting Partnership (AcnePSP), which aims to fill in any gaps in research and treatment of the skin condition.
AcnePSP has also recently chosen Babtac’s Dr Katerina Steventon to join the panel, to ensure that the beauty industry is represented and not overlooked in the medical treating of acne. The purpose of the Partnership is to bring together acne sufferers with every profession involved in treating the skin condition.
The first step being taken as part of the campaign involves a survey, which closes tomorrow, allowing those affected by the condition to share their thoughts and experiences, as well as allow those responsible for treating it to pose any questions they have on acne treatment.
Babtac chair Carolyne Cross said, “Babtac is delighted to be partnered with AcnePSP to contribute to prioritising research into acne treatment. At Babtac we aim to develop and maintain high standards of treatment in the beauty industry.
“As professionals, beauty therapists are quite often the first point of contact for the public who have concerns and questions regarding their acne. We are committed to the wellbeing of consumers and understand how influential acne can be on their lives, so it’s imperative that beauty therapists are experts in all areas surrounding this condition.”