An EPA-registered disinfectant is a disinfectant that has been registered with the Environmental Protection Agency. As part of the registration process, EPA evaluates the product efficacy to make sure the public health label claims are accurate.
Industry veteran Janet McCormick makes the case for autoclaves in the salon.
EPA-registered Splish Splash’s One-Step Disinfectant features a clear and odorless formula with no artificial dyes.
A is for apple, unless you are a nail tech on the frontlines of client safety. Join in an alphabetical micro-tour of how we clean up.
We all need to make a concerted effort to help shift the public’s negative views of nail salons. Your station, pedicure chair, and implements must be cleaned before each client. And the thing is, it’s not that difficult to follow standard procedures. Here, we’ve included a checklist of the basics you should be following.
State boards governing the actions of professionals providing hand and foot beauty have been shaking up the regulations with new sanitation provisions. We set out to clear up the confusion and find out what’s happening in your neck of the woods.
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