Why the JCCP?

The Joint Council for Cosmetic Practitioners (JCCP) was established in April 2018 as a UK national charity. The JCCP is a recognised self-regulator of the non-surgical aesthetic and hair restoration surgery sector in the United Kingdom and the point of access for the public seeking information about this area of practice and, where appropriate, for raising concerns about practitioners. The JCCP places public protection and patient safety as the focus of its activities. The JCCP operates a Practitioner Register approved by the Professional Standards Authority as well as a register of approved qualifications and training providers that operate in the aesthetic sector.

Supporting us

The JCCP is supported by many different experts and practitioners in the world of aesthetics such as:

Major regulators

GMC, GDC, GPhC, NMC, ASA, the Royal Society for Public Health and the MHRA

Aesthetic pharmacies

Church Pharmacy, Wigmore


Over 700 aesthetic practitioners who have joined its Practitioner Register

Professional associations


Education & training regulators

Ofqual, SQA

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The British Beauty Council and Habia



The JCCP Practitioner Register is approved by the Government Regulator the Professional Standards Authority.