Beauticians will be banned from operating common beauty devices such as skin lasers without the supervision of a doctor under a new government proposal. The Food and Health Bureau said in a paper submitted to lawmakers that they wanted to eliminate unscrupulous practices in the beauty sector by classifying medical devices into four categories according to risk. Beauticians will be banned from operating common beauty devices such as skin lasers without the supervision of a doctor under a new government proposal. The Food and Health Bureau said in a paper submitted to lawmakers that they wanted to eliminate unscrupulous practices in the beauty sector by classifying medical devices into four categories according to risk.Devices defined as high-risk can only be operated by a doctor or under a doctor’s supervision.They include devices providing popular beauty treatments such as skin lasers, robotic hair restoration and high-intensity focused ultrasound....