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Health Canada warns that needle-free dermal filler devices used for cosmetic skin treatments are not authorized in Canada and may pose health risks.
If you suspect the establishment is not properly maintained, you can complain to the BodySafe Toronto Public Health program.
There are three types of infractions (crucial, significant and minor) that have been developed under the BodySafe Safety Inspection and Disclosure Program.