Health minister Ko Wing-man has promised a shake-up with the new guidelines under the Medical Registration Ordinance. Only doctors will be able to carry out procedures that have been identified as high-risk, among them injecting Botox, dermal fillers and chemical peels. Photo: David Wong Health minister Ko Wing-man has promised a shake-up with the new guidelines under the Medical Registration Ordinance. Only doctors will be able to carry out procedures that have been identified as high-risk, among them injecting Botox, dermal fillers and chemical peels. Photo: David Wong
Health minister Ko Wing-man has promised a shake-up with the new guidelines under the Medical Registration Ordinance. Only doctors will be able to carry out procedures that have been identified as high-risk, among them injecting Botox, dermal fillers and chemical peels. Photo: David Wong

Hong Kong's beauty industry needs major overhaul

Health minister Ko Wing-man has promised a shake-up with the new guidelines under the Medical Registration Ordinance. Only doctors will be able to carry out procedures that have been identified as high-risk, among them injecting Botox, dermal fillers and chemical peels. Photo: David Wong Health minister Ko Wing-man has promised a shake-up with the new guidelines under the Medical Registration Ordinance. Only doctors will be able to carry out procedures that have been identified as high-risk, among them injecting Botox, dermal fillers and chemical peels. Photo: David Wong
Health minister Ko Wing-man has promised a shake-up with the new guidelines under the Medical Registration Ordinance. Only doctors will be able to carry out procedures that have been identified as high-risk, among them injecting Botox, dermal fillers and chemical peels. Photo: David Wong
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