We are living in era that can be quite unfamiliar to most and with many unexpected challenges that can affect the way that business is done in the service, wellness and health industry.
With the evolving recent events, Nail Techs and Pedicurist are now aware that the business involves much more than putting on a set of nails and perfecting the steps to a pedicure. This industry must take advanced safety precautions to ensure that standard universal precautions are being taken to ensure that the health of the customer and the servicing provider are in the highest regard. PPE (person protective equipment) should be a priority for all Nail Techs and Pedicurist or anyone in the beauty servicing industry. Wearing gloves, using facial mask and disposable isolation gowns is the very basic preventative measure that should be taken. These basic items can be purchased online or you may be able to find them locally in your city at a DME (durable medical equipment) store in your area. Online retailers are excellent choice if you live in a rural area or prefer convenience.
Getting a Manicure or Pedicure is still a wonderful treat and necessity for many and with these helpful tips...all is well!
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