Woman accused of unlicensed cosmetic injections

A complaint has been filed with police

November 27, 2015 04:20
Crime scene (illustrative)

Crime scene (illustrative). (photo credit: INGIMAGE)

The Health Ministry has filed a complaint to police against a woman from Rishon Lezion suspected of administering cosmetic treatments such as Botox injections without a medical license.

The suspect, Luba (Lobov) Puchinsky owns the “Sham Medical Clinic” at 24 Rehov Negba in Rishon Zion, the ministry said on Wednesday night. She has allegedly presented a counterfeit medical license to customers seeking treatment.

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A search of her clinic has uncovered a bogus license, the ministry said, adding that it has filed a complaint with police.

The ministry warns the public against getting cosmetic injections from people lacking authentic medical credentials, whose names may be verified on its web site www.old.health.gov.il/oskimbbriut/ rufim/index.asp.

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