A sales assistant applies makeup on a customer at a cosmetics counter at a shopping mall in Singapore. REUTERS/Edgar Su
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Parliament's Committee for Public Health, Labor and Social Affairs Wednesday reviewed a draft law to regulate licenses issued to beauty parlors performing medical cosmetic procedures, including Botox and hair implants."Such interventions as hair implants and Botox shots are medical activities that should be carried out by physicians specialized in dermatology or esthetic surgery, or both," Majdalani said.He explained that the draft law was designed to regulate the medical activity and clarify responsibilities, limiting practice to doctors only.
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