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Only on SkinInc.com: Myra Y. Irizarry of government affairs for the Professional Beauty Association, explains how this tax credit can benefit your spa financially. Click on a link in this story to sign a letter to Congress showing your support.
The NCEA recently spotlighted new regulatory rulemaking taking place in California. If you are a California skin care professional, now is your chance to get involved with how your professional is regulated!
According to a legislative alert from the NCEA, the Oklahoma State Board of Cosmetology is sponsoring a bill that will consolidate all licensing regulatory boards into one.
Are tattoos and permanent makeup safe? Learn more about these modalities in next week's U.S. Food and Drug Administration webinar.
American Academy of Pediatrics Supports Legislation to Ban Children From Tanning Beds: With Exclusive Commentary About How to Convert Clients Who Tan
Only on SkinInc.com: Jennifer Wild, DO, provides information about how to turn tanning-bed junkies into safer, healthier clients by taking on the role of skin care mentor.
First National Standard for Natural Personal Care Products Around the Corner With Exclusive Commentary on How to Choose the Right Green Line for Your Clients
Only on SkinInc.com: Marilyn Patterson of Natural Cosmetic Solutions's explains how spas can choose the right natural or organic product line for their clients.
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.