Saudi Arabia has begun a series of measures to curb its burgeoning public health crisis, including a ban on the sale of cosmetic products, a ban of certain cosmetic products that are considered unsuitable for children and restrictions on public gatherings and gatherings at public places.
The kingdom is one of the world’s top exporters of cosmetic cosmetics, with almost two-thirds of all the countrys top brands and over half of all cosmetic products exported to the region.
It has also faced growing criticism for its public health policy, which has left some of its citizens exposed to the risk of infections that can lead to cancer and even heart disease.
In a bid to address the health crisis that has hit the country, the government is cracking down on the use of plastic surgery for cosmetic surgery, such as facials, for which the kingdom has become a major market.
It is also banning the sale and distribution of cosmetics in the kingdom, with the first-ever ban on cosmetic products to be implemented in the capital Riyadh on Tuesday.
The move comes after the authorities in the Saudi capital banned the sale, distribution and use of cosmetics from December 1 and is the first step towards curbing the industry.
Saudi Arabia has been one of some of the top producers of cosmetic and medical products for the past two decades.
It exported nearly one million tonnes of cosmetic items in 2016, according to the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), a United Nations agency.
It also exported almost 1.4 million tonnes in 2015, according the UN’s Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO).
The Saudi government has launched an investigation into the cosmetic products being sold in the country as well as the sale by cosmetic brands of products not intended for use.
The Saudi authorities have said they will also ban the sale or distribution of certain products that can cause irritation, such to face masks and other cosmetics.
These measures are expected to affect about one-fifth of the countryís exports.
In January, the Saudi authorities said they would ban the use or sale of plastic surgical instruments and plastic surgical gloves, including surgical gloves for facial care.
They are also planning to ban the production and sale of all cosmetics, including cosmetic masks, and are planning to impose restrictions on the sales of cosmetic masks and their use.
In February, the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare banned all cosmetic cosmetics for the first time since the 1970s.
In August, the Kingdom’s Health Ministry said it was banning all cosmetic and pharmaceutical products, including cosmetics, that are unsuitable or harmful for children, which it called “unhealthy”.
It also banned the production of cosmetic ingredients in cosmetics.
In April, Saudi Arabia banned the use and sale in the Kingdom of all non-essential cosmetics, excluding the use in the eyes and nose, and said it would impose restrictions in the cosmetics industry.
It said it is banning the production, distribution, sale and use in cosmetics of non-nutritive ingredients that have no proven therapeutic value.
In June, the health ministry banned the consumption of cosmetics and cosmetics products with synthetic fragrances, and banned the purchase of any cosmetics containing synthetic fragrant ingredients.
In July, the Health Ministry banned the manufacture, sale, and use for cosmetic purposes of cosmetics containing natural products, synthetic fragrants and alcohol.