The All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) was established in May 2019 by the Co-Chairs Carolyn Harris MP and Judith Cummins MP to champion the British beauty, aesthetics and wellbeing industry in Parliament.
It seeks to both champion the industry and tackle the prejudice it experiences, by providing a forum to explore the challenges it faces and what government action is needed to overcome those issues.
The Group has partnered with the charity, Beauty Banks and will work with them to support their vital work in addressing hygiene poverty in the UK.
On Wednesday 21st July, the APPG published the final report following their year-long inquiry into advanced aesthetic non-surgical cosmetic treatments. The report and press release can be accessed here.
Upcoming meetings of the APPG will take place after the Summer Parliamentary Recess.
- APPG Member Alex Davies-Jones MP visits local salon as part of beauty campaignBeauty, Aesthetics and Wellbeing APPG member Alex Davies-Jones MP today visited Pearce and Chapman, a local salon in the Beddeau […]
- APPG Co-Chair Judith Cummins MP Visits Local Salon as Part of Beauty CampaignAs part of the APPG’s campaign to encourage MPs to support the beauty sector, APPG Co-Chair Judith Cummins visited an […]
- Peter Dowd MP visits local salon as part of the APPG’s summer beauty campaignAs part of the APPG’s campaign to encourage MPs to support the beauty sector over summer, APPG Officer Peter Dowd […]
- Ruth Jones MP visits local salon as part of the APPG’s summer beauty campaignAs part of the APPG’s summer campaign to encourage MPs to support the beauty sector, Ruth Jones MP visited The […]
- APPG recommendations for regulation of Botox and fillers secures widespread national coverageThe APPG was delighted to see our report on Botox and fillers covered in multiple national media outlets.
- MPs call on Government to address complete absence of regulation over botox and fillers and say maintaining the status quo is not an optionToday, the All Party Parliamentary Group on Beauty, Aesthetics and Wellbeing (the APPG), Chaired by Carolyn Harris MP and Judith […]