No matter how simple it may seem, every cosmetic procedure carries risk. Even if you’ve had a procedure before, it’s important that you think carefully about your decision every time. Harmful and unwanted side effects can occur, even when injections are administered by qualified experienced

providers. These risks increase when restricted substances are administered by personnel without medical training. Cosmetic injections are a Schedule 4 medicine.

Schedule 4 cosmetic injections can only be prescribed by a registered medical practitioner and be administered by a registered medical practitioner or a registered health practitioner (such as a nurse or midwife) under the instruction of a registered medical practitioner.

If you decide that a cosmetic procedure is for you – be safe first. Know which questions to ask and what to look out for, so you can make an informed decision.

Before going ahead think about…

  • the people involved in the procedure
  • the product they are using, and
  • where the procedure is taking place

Skinastute meets mandatory medical compliance by employing the services of Fresh Clinics, a network of on-demand doctors who enable our clinic nurse, Suzannah to treat patients safely through best-in-practice telemedicine consultations and Schedule 4 pharmaceuticals.

Fresh Clinics provide the highest levels of compliance, privacy, and security for Skinastutes clientele. Fresh clinics is Australia’s largest on-demand cosmetic medical consultation service providing thousands of consultations and authorities monthly priding themselves on safety, service, and reliability.

Contact us and get in touch for more information or product sales and find your best skin solution.