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Re: “West Ashley cosmetologist fighting to keep her industry regulated

Our Industry is one of a few(besides barbers, massage therapists and Doctors) that is licensed to touch the public. We are also licensed to help protect the public from contracting diseases and harmful viruses. We are required by state law to be actively using an EPA registered Hospital Grade Disinfectant. Do you really think that our licenses are worth the health and well being of the public? I think they are worth every penny I have spent in getting my education, continuing my education, furthering my education and worth educating others on the proper procedures that everyone should follow to protect themselves and the public. I have been in this industry for over 2 decades. I believe in helping others feel and look better. I also believe that those that want to be in this industry should be licensed and trained properly to do the best job possible. Taking away our licenses would only open a world of trouble for the public. If you do not have proper sanitation you are opening the problems of having untrained people doing services on clients that have no clue, or that don't care if they use dirty implements to do nails, skin or hair. Not to mention the chemicals that are involved. Most of the chemicals you have to have a license to purchase. I have many, many issues with this topic; I will fight with my fellow professionals in this state and others to protect our licenses.
Amy Davis
Nail Tech Instructor
Nails, Esthetics, Massage & Cosmetology Employment Agency

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Posted by nemcea1 on April 22, 2013 at 11:42 PM
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