The use of non-surgical injectables is on the increase. Providers are increasingly being scrutinised. Delivery of injectables requires a detailed appreciation of facial ageing, a discussion of the alternatives and that the delivery of injectables is given in a safe environment by a clinician who can demonstrate that injectables is part of their scope of practice. There is no accepted gold standard for quality and no registry as yet for injectibles. There remains a need to collaborate with other specialities and disciplines to deliver the optimal care to patients, provide universal training and accreditation to safeguard patients.