Monday 6 December 2021

SKCIN receives industry recognition as a ‘WINNER’ at the 2021 Safety in Beauty Diamond Awards.


SKCIN are delighted to have attended the prestigious event that took place on Saturday 4th December at the Royal Lancaster, London - receiving The Founders Choice & Committee Award that celebrates and acknowledges those that have contributed in outstanding ways to community projects, campaigns and charitable endeavours.




As shortlisted finalists in the category of Inspirational Person of the Year Award, SKCIN were proud to also receive this special award in recognition of our dedicated work within the beauty, aesthetics and spa industry training eyes to save lives with our MASCED (Melanoma and Skin Cancer Early Detection) training programme.


Attended by SKCINs CEO Marie Tudor and Ambassador Annette Matthews, the glamorous, red carpet event hosted by Antonia Mariconda and the Diamonds Awards team welcomed over 600 guests with a united belief in raising industry standards.


The Safety in Beauty Diamond Awards are dedicated to recognising and paying special tribute to the many outstanding businesses, professionals, brands and service providers in the beauty and aesthetics industry. The awards highlight those going the extra mile in dedication and excellence and those in pursuit of the highest standards of safety in an industry frustratingly tainted by the rogue minority.


Marie Tudor, CEO Skcin said: It was a fantastic evening of first class entertainment and an absolute pleasure feel part of the Safety in Beauty campaign by taking home an award that recognises our commitment to raising awareness of skin cancer prevention and early detection across the beauty industry.


Id like to thank our special Ambassador Annette Matthews for her continued support and to all the team at SKCIN whos commitment to the development of our unique MASCED training has made such an impact in the beauty industry nationwide.


Skcins MASCED (Melanoma and Skin Cancer Early Detection) training programme, harnesses the power of beauty industry professionals who are uniquely placed to detect the early signs of skin cancer on their clients / patients skin and provide trusted advice and signposting.


This intervention can prevent disfigurement through surgery and in the case of detecting melanoma early - save lives.


To date Skcin have trained over 10,000 industry professionals who are providing a potentially life-saving, free service to well over 1 million clients / patients nationwide.


To find out more about the training and register to take part visit: MASCED.UK