A BBC investigation has found that a bogus nurse has been injecting people with Botox in her kitchen
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Bogus nurse gave Botox in her kitchen, investigation finds

A bogus nurse has been injecting people with Botox in her kitchen, a BBC investigation has found.

Vivienne Baker, from Porthcawl, had claimed to be a midwife who was qualified to prescribe cosmetic treatment.

However investigations following complaints from clients have found she is not registered with the nursing council, and a certificate she was displaying was fake.

Ms Baker declined to comment.

Untrained people are allowed to inject Botox, but only those who are suitably medically qualified are allowed to prescribe the substance, which Ms Baker told undercover reporters she was doing.

Jennifer Jones reports.

  • 25 Jul 2016
  • From the section Wales
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