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Volume 2, Issue 2

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6 ASCP Fine Lines Hours Appointments might be limited. Your esty may reopen slowly and only work a few days a week, or they may have fewer appointments available throughout the day to allow for increased sanitation procedures between clients. Masks Regulations may require that both you and your esty wear a mask during your session; many states do not allow facials (though body treatments and other procedures are OK). It might be a little awkward and strange at first, but your esty will walk you through it all. Intake You may be asked a lot more questions on your initial health intake or subsequent health update forms. In addition to questions estheticians have always asked, including what medications you are taking, allergies, products you use, etc., you might also be asked about any recent travel, exposure to anyone with COVID-19, or symptoms you've recently experienced like a dry cough, or if you've had any trouble with heart rate during exercise, seen any new lesions on your body, or had new onset of muscle soreness. by Karrie Osborn Your esthetician can't wait to see you again! But things will be a little different When You Come Back As states allow for the reopening of spas and salons across the country, your practitioners are incorporating new procedures to keep you safe. Some of these changes will be mandated by the state or esthetics regulatory boards, and some will be protocols your skin care professional has adapted from the guidance given by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), as well as Associated Skin Care Professionals (ASCP) and other trusted industry sources. Here is a quick look at how some things might be different at your next skin care appointment.

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