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No Esthetics License for New Hampshire Professionals? With Exclusive Commentary About How Spa Pros Can Save Their Jobs by Keeping Up With Regulations
Only on SkinInc.com: Susanne Warfield of the NCEA explains how spa professionals can save their jobs by staying active in the regulation of the esthetics field.
In a recent article from Entrepreneur magazine, Karen G. Mills, head of the U.S. Small Business Administration, explains the options available to help small businesses.
Do the gift cards offered by your spa meet these new standards?
The Personal Care Products Council has effected an initiative through which the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) would have a greater role in assessing ingredient safety for personal care products sold in the United States.
The inaugural organization meeting was held 10 years ago, on June 25, 2000
The Dental Board in North Carolina has been working illegally to prevent spas from offer teeth-whitening services, and the Federal Trade Commission has stepped in to ensure that it stops.
If the Small Business Tax Equalization and Compliance Act is passed, spas would receive a tax credit to offset the matching Social Security and Medicare taxes they pay on tips. Find out how to play your part in helping it pass!
John Bailey, chief scientist of the Personal Care Products Council, has released a statement in response to the 2010 Environmental Working Group (EWG) Sunscreen Report.
On Wednesday, May 26, 2010, FDA experts will host a 30-minute online session and invite questions from the public on the risks of using tanning beds and other tanning devices.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has sent warning letters to six U.S. medical spas related to the businesses' claims about lipodissolve treatments.