In a move to end the practice of giving lip gloss to children as part of their primary health care, the Australian government has announced plans to make it illegal to give lip gloss in children’s primary health centres.
The government said that while the new regulations will still allow lip gloss, it would be mandatory to provide it as part, if not the primary, health care service.
The announcement came in the wake of a number of similar reports of children being given lip gloss by a health care provider in New South Wales.
According to the ABC, the government will be publishing a national strategy on child health in a bid to educate doctors about lip gloss.
The strategy will be released by March next year.
The ABC reported that the government’s strategy will call for a greater emphasis on prevention, with a focus on ensuring that people in general have the right level of protection for children.
It will also include a call for education campaigns to promote awareness of lip gloss and to encourage parents to avoid giving their children lip gloss or lip gloss products.
Dr Kate Hutton, the Health and Disability Minister, said that “children deserve to be seen and protected by professionals who are fully capable of providing their children with the health care services that they need”.
However, Dr Hutton also said that she does not think lip gloss should be part of primary health services.
“We don’t have the technology or expertise to have it in the first place,” she said.
Dr Hinson said that the focus on prevention was good news, but the strategy will not stop children from being given the products. “
I’m sure the lip gloss will come out of that process, but I’m not sure how long it will be before we see the full effect of what it is we’ve done.”
Dr Hinson said that the focus on prevention was good news, but the strategy will not stop children from being given the products.
“There’s still a lot of work to be done,” she told the ABC.
“What I’m saying is it’s still going to be a very important part of health care in Australia.”
According to Dr Haughton, there are several other areas where lip gloss can be helpful.
“The most important thing that lip gloss has going for it is that it’s natural,” she added.
“If you look at some of the studies that have been done on lip gloss you see that it actually actually helps the lip hold on better to lip balm, which is important because lip balms are very drying and can be very irritating.” “
She also said it can reduce the risk of developing diabetes. “
If you look at some of the studies that have been done on lip gloss you see that it actually actually helps the lip hold on better to lip balm, which is important because lip balms are very drying and can be very irritating.”
She also said it can reduce the risk of developing diabetes.
“They’ve found that lip balming actually has a positive effect on glucose control,” she explained.
“You might want to look at that for yourself.”