Current through August 30, 2021

A licensee shall not engage in unprofessional conduct in the course of their practice. Unprofessional conduct is conduct which has endangered or is likely to endanger the health, welfare, or safety of the public and includes, but is not limited to, the following: (7-1-21)T

01. Use of MMA. Use of Methyl Methaciylate acid (MMA); (7-1-21)T
02. Use of Skin Cutting Instruments. Use of skin cutting instruments, including razor-type callus shavers, credo blades, microplane, or other rasps or graters designed to remove corns or calluses by cutting below the skin surface. The presence of such instruments creates a presumption of the instrument's use; (7-1-21)T
03. Use of UV Sterilizers. Use of ultraviolet (UV) sterilizers for disinfection. This does not prohibit the use of ultraviolet dryers or lamps used to dry or cure nail products; (7-1-21)T
04. Use of Roll-on Wax. Use of roll-on wax, except that single-use roll-on wax cartridges are acceptable when they are disposed of immediately after use; (7-1-21)T
05. Double-Dipping. Placing an item or instrument that has been used on a person into a wax pot or other container that holds wax, a compound, solution, or other cosmetic preparation that will be used for more than one (1) than patron. This prohibited practice is commonly referred to as double-dipping; (7-1-21)T
06. Reuse of Single-Use or Porous Items. Use of single-use or porous items on more than one (1) patron. The presence of used single-use or porous items, which have not been disposed of, creates a presumption of the item's use or intended use on more than one patron. (7-1-21)T
07. Apprentices. Failure to adequately supervise, instruct, or train an apprentice; (7-1-21)T
08. Inspections and Investigations. Interference with an inspection or investigation conducted by or on behalf of the Board; (7-1-21)T
09. Disease Transmission Prevention. Performing a service on a patron who has an open sore or a known contagious disease of a nature that may be transmitted by performing the procedure, unless the licensee takes medically-approved measures to prevent transmission of the disease; or (7-1-21)T
10. Practice Outside Scope of Training. Performing services or using machines or devices outside the licensee's area of training, expertise, competence, or scope of practice for the license held. (7-1-21)T


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