Clinical procedures, such as Botox and fillers, cosmetic procedures will include additional mental health problems with clients, announced.
Staff from suppliers cause dismorfosis body messaging, for example, to become obsessed with perceived mistakes and to refer customers to NHS services when needed.
The Joint Council of Esthetic Practices agreed to join the new rules with NHS England.
Professor Stephen Powis, National NHS Medical Director, welcomed additional checks, but warned that non-member Board members did not comply with the practice code.
"Aesthetics company with a more rigorous control of the mental health protection of young people is a breakthrough, but they will have to give them voluntary, step by step, step by step, step by step," he said.
"We know that it is the most important aspect in the youngest, and the use of idealized images and the rapid operation of the bombs will cause a mental bulb and anxiety epidemic.
"The NHS Long Term Plan is spreading dramatically global healthcare services, but we can not afford to take parts, we need actions to prevent caring for the whole of society and avoid damage."
All cosmetic professionals enrolled in the Consortium of Professional Cosmetics Council meet new criteria and, therefore, all customers include verification of appropriate treatment.
Superdrug, Botox and dermal fillers in its store in London stores companies, agreed to customers in January to cure mental health problems before performing screen procedures.
This movement happened after Powis Profiles wrote to the pharmacy chain.
Kitty Wallace of the Body Dysmorphic Disorder (BDD) said: "A cosmetic procedure such as Botox, which is now widely used in the street, is endangering people and can harm young people's mental health.
"We know that people with BDD focus on" rapid fixation "procedures, which ultimately do not respond to or contribute to the underlying psychological situation. A 50-year-old BDD affects significant damage and has a high quality of life.
"It's very good that sea changes occur to see NHS and professionals, but now we need all societies to change their attitudes and protect themselves from vulnerable individuals."