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By: Susanne S. Warfield
According to Susanne Warfield, recent legislation may have estheticians thinking they have won the war, but in reality, they may have lost the battle for advancing the esthetic profession and supporting estheticians moving state-to-state.
The medical director has to meet rigorous criteria specified in the bill.
The FDA issued a proposed order that would reclassify sunlamp products and require labeling to include a recommendation designed to warn young people not to use these devices.
Personal Care Products Council hopes to have sun protection become as much of a habit as wearing a seatbelt.
Recent media coverage of a fish pedicure being performed on reality TV star Kim Kardashian is contrary to all standards and beliefs of the International Nail Technicians Association (INTA).
Free signage is available to skin care facilities, salons and licensed professionals in order to show support and provide helpful talking points on the importance of using licensed professionals.
By: Regina M. Tucker
Would your team be panicked or prepared if a state inspector came knocking?
The PBA poll shows that the public believes that spa safety and quality is directly related to licensing.
Pediatricians can play key roles in counseling families and with legislative efforts. Preventing exposure to artificial tanning may save lives, including young lives, and is a key cancer prevention opportunity for pediatricians.
Washington state has just successfully passed a two-tier licensing law, consisting of 750 and 1,200 hours, for estheticians.