Leah Cambridge, 29, died after travelling to Turkey for the controversial surgery.Read the full story ›
A Government campaign to warn the public about the dangers of unregulated cosmetic procedures, is set to launch next month.Read the full story ›
The body which governs British cosmetic surgeons has warned its members against performing procedures known as Brazilian butt lifts.Read the full story ›
China has seen an annual 40 per cent rise in those opting for cosmetic surgery, with under 25s making up the majority of the market.Read the full story ›
The new register will record the details of those receiving implants so they can be traced if products turn out to be faulty.Read the full story ›
An "irresponsible" cosmetic surgery advert has been banned for being likely to cause harm to teenagers.Read the full story ›
A committee set up in the wake of the PIP breast implant scandal has called for tighter regulation of the cosmetic surgery.Read the full story ›
The cosmetic surgery industry is "booming" but has also become "trivialised" and needs controlling, according to a review by health experts.
Chaired by Britain's most senior doctor, the review judged the cosmetic surgery industry a "crisis waiting to happen".
Commissioned in the wake of the PIP breast implant scandal, the report recommends tighter controls on who can carry out procedures, including BOTOX and other 'fillers'.
It concludes by warning that having a filler gives people no more protection than buying an everyday item like a toothbrush or a pen.
ITV News Consumer Editor Chris Choi reports:
Television presenter Lizzy Cundy told ITV's Daybreak she "really hopes" regulation is introduced in the cosmetic surgery industry and urged people "to do their homework" before having a procedure.
Laura-Alicia Summers, who suffered a severe reaction to a cosmetic treatment, told ITV's Daybreak the cheap lip filler procedure she had left her in "agonising" pain.