The "complete absence" of เล่นสล็อต regulation of non-surgical beauty treatments, such as botox-style injections and fillers, is dangerous and must urgently change, say MPs. After a year-long review, they claim the government has left the industry to regulate itself, despite concerns regularly raised by many within the sector. Recommendations include mandatory training for all practitioners. Patient Safety Minister Nadine Dorries says she will review the report. The All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Beauty, Aesthetics and Wellbeing, says that while demand for non-surgical procedures has "exploded" in recent years, the UK government has failed to keep up - with aesthetic training courses almost entirely unregulated. If invasive beauty procedures are not carried out properly, it can put the patient at risk of serious complications. Such concerns were demonstrated in a recent BBC Three documentary which revealed complicated aesthetic procedures are being taught over the internet or on unsafe one-day courses. "It's like the Wild West," explains inquiry co-chairwoman and Labour MP Carolyn Harris. "We have people who are selling training courses which are not worth the paper they are written on. We have practitioners who are destroying the industry's reputation by practising completely unqualified and we have victims who are scarred for life."