Unauthorized Procedures: Two Beauty Salons Closed in Kuwait

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The Ministry of Commerce and Industry’s Commercial Control Inspectors are actively conducting regulatory operations across various sectors, ranging from food to beauty salons, restaurants, and more. In recent developments, two well-known beauty salons have faced closure due to multiple violations of laws and operational conditions. These actions are taken as part of ongoing efforts to ensure compliance with health and safety standards.

The first salon, situated in Salmiya, was closed after inspectors found evidence of the use of expired materials, including cosmetics, skincare products, hair dyes, shampoos, and hair treatment oils. Additionally, cosmetic proteins that didn’t meet safety requirements were discovered. The use of these expired and substandard materials posed risks to customers’ health, potentially causing skin and hair-related issues.

The second salon, a prominent women’s beauty institute in Jabriya, faced closure due to numerous violations, including performing cosmetic procedures, unauthorized hair transplantation, and the use of brands that differed from what was agreed upon with customers. These actions posed potential harm to the salon’s clientele.

Furthermore, the Ministry of Commerce and Industry issued eight seizure reports against several stores in Al-Ahmadi and Mubarak Al-Kabeer governorates for selling clothing and shoes bearing imitation marks of international brands. These violations were discovered during inspections conducted by the Commercial Control Emergency Team. Legal actions are underway against the individuals responsible for these infringements.

Commercial control inspectors have recently intensified monitoring efforts in markets to address violations that can adversely affect consumers. This proactive approach will continue and expand to cover all sectors, even those with fewer consumer complaints.

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