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Something to Talk About: Salon Sanitation

Something to Talk About: Salon Sanitation

’t disinfected correctly, so I am extraordinarily fastidious about following protocol and disinfecting all my implements and workstations. Client: What do you do? You: Well, I clean all surfaces with disinfectant before any client ever sits at my desk — and then I disinfect the surfaces again between every client. I wash my hands before and after every client and have clients wash their hands, too

Client of the Month: The Germaphobe

Client of the Month: The Germaphobe

to ensure that disinfection is done properly and effectively,” says Roste. “Even going to the extent of mixing new disinfectant may put this client at ease. It may be difficult for this client to trust in what has been done, so don’t take it personally; just take the time to ease her fears, and she likely will become a long-time client.” WHAT TO SAY: Most germaphobes will likely have read plenty

Kill Germs Economically With Splish Splash

Kill Germs Economically With Splish Splash

Clean and disinfect your salon with just one product. EPA-registered Splish Splash’s One-Step Disinfectant features a clear and odorless formula with no artificial dyes. One-Step Disinfectant kills bacteria and viruses such as HIV-1, Hepatitis B and C, MRSA, Influenza A, Staphylococcus, Klebsiella Pneumonia, E-Coli, Salmonella and others. > For pedicure spas and tubs, add 1 fl. oz

Detergent/Disinfectant and Surface Protector

Detergent/Disinfectant and Surface Protector

Protect salon surfaces against the growth of harmful microbes with Bactibarrier’s unique two-step cleaning system. First, use Bactibarrier Detergent/Disinfectant to eliminate 99.9% of the unwanted microbial growth that can build up on a hard surface. Then apply BactiBarrier Surface Protector to guard against future growth. “Bactibarrier Surface Protector uses electro-magnetic action

Healthy Living: Bloodborne Pathogens

Healthy Living: Bloodborne Pathogens

of the manicure tools was the culprit. Although infection via this mode of transmission is rare, this case illustrates that it is possible. “Improperly disinfected manicure tools with possible blood-blood contact can result in transmission of bloodborne pathogens,” says Dr. Dana Stern, M.D., a board-certified dermatologist specializing in nails. “These pathogens include, but are not limited to, hepatitis B

Just My Opinion: Autoclave Versus Liquid Disinfectant in Infection Control

Just My Opinion: Autoclave Versus Liquid Disinfectant in Infection Control

they are not “sterilizing” when they are actually disinfecting in immersion liquids, and they know what good practices are — though whether they perform these practices is seen to be a personal choice by many. However, some nail technicians want to do more in the infection control area of their business now. They are tired of the reputation their beloved industry has acquired, and they want to step out and away from

Glitter Nail Files

Glitter Nail Files

Tropical Shine introduces new glitter nail files that retail for $1.50. More than just eye candy, the new nail files are available in a variety of grits and are also washable, disinfectable, durable, and reusable.

Sanitation Checklist: What to Do When…

Sanitation Checklist: What to Do When…

In a perfect world we would be able to press a “self-clean” button whenever needed. In reality, we must juggle the task of cleaning, sanitizing, and disinfecting a myriad of surfaces and items at varying intervals to protect the health and safety of clients and team members. We hope these checklists make the job a little bit easier. AFTER EVERY CLIENT Wash your hands before

On My Mind: Back to Basics

On My Mind: Back to Basics

and disinfection protocol in their workplace? Are we not reminding veteran techs often enough exactly what is expected in the salon in case they’ve slipped into bad habits? Like industry chemist Doug Schoon, I believe we need to stress proper protocol before we talk about higher standards. In my mind, we should be doing a better job educating all nail techs about the guidelines set up by Schoon and other

Give Clients a Fresh Filing Surface

Give Clients a Fresh Filing Surface

The newest addition to the D-File line of disposable products, the Flowery Professional Disposable Nail File System features a disinfectable core and full-size replaceable grit pads, providing a new filing surface for every client. The 7-in. easy-on, easy-off grit pads offer complete coverage of the core from end to end, and will not leave a sticky residue when removed from the core

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The U.S. Vietnamese salon industry represents more than half of all salons. VietSALON serves this market with a bi-monthly Vietnamese language print magazine and a community-oriented website.

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