Idaho Admin. Code r. 24.28.01.327 - RETAIL COSMETICS DEALER LICENSE
Current through August 30, 2021
The Board may grant a retail cosmetic dealer license to allow the application of cosmetic products to customers' faces in connection with the sale of the products. (7-1-21)T
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327. RETAIL COSMETICS DEALER LICENSE.
The Board may grant a retail cosmetic dealer license to allow the application of cosmetic products to customers' faces in connection with the sale of the products. An applicant for a retail cosmetic dealer license must complete an application as set forth in Section 200 of these rules, pay the required fee, and meet the following requirements: (4-1-19)
01. Requirements. All retail cosmetic dealers shall provide an area within the business premises for disinfection and storage of equipment and supplies necessary to perform any cosmetic application services provided. The business premises must have: (4-1-19)
a. Access to hot and cold running water; (4-1-19)
b. Access to restroom facilities; (4-1-19)
c. Disinfectants, as defined in these rules; (4-1-19)
d. Single-use samples, wipes, spatulas or other dispensing techniques designed to prevent contamination of the cosmetic product; and (4-1-19)
e. First-aid kit. (4-1-19)
02. Change in Ownership or Location. Licenses are not transferable. Whenever a change of ownership or location of a facility occurs, a new application for a facility license must be submitted together with the required fee to the Board, and all the facility requirements must be met. (4-1-19)
03. Cessation of Operation. Whenever any facility ceases operation at the licensed location, the owner(s) shall notify the Board in writing that the facility is out of business and the facility license shall be submitted to the Bureau. In the event that the Board has not been notified about the cessation of operations pursuant to this rule and documentation or evidence has been obtained that the facility has ceased operation at the licensed location, the Board may cancel the facility license upon a thirty (30) day written notice to the owner(s) or authorized agent of the facility. (4-1-19)