Associated Skin Care Professionals Executive Director Tracy Donley was recently featured in the Huffington Post article "COVID-19 Restrictions Threaten Livelihood Of Those Who Provide Facials In U.S."
Tracy Donley—executive director of Associated Skin Care Professionals, an organization that provides liability insurance and education to about 25,000 licensed, mostly independent aestheticians—worries that aestheticians who are not permitted to perform facials are given a “Sophie’s choice” by their states. “Aestheticians need to make a living and they have their clients begging them to make an exception. ‘Please come over. I need you to fix my maskne.’ Their licenses are at stake, but they also need to work,” Donley said.
Are you reopening? Are you prohibited due to state regulations? Somewhere in between? Please comment on this blog and let us know how ASCP can best support you at this time.
ASCP has developed a breadth of resources for the skin care profession. From preparing your treatment room and office for return to practice, to before/during/after session interaction, to detailed sanitation guidelines, you will find a clear, specific Back-to-Practice Guide, whenever you are ready for it.
At ASCP, we remain focused on supporting you during these unprecedented times. We are committed to you, and we are committed to getting through this together.
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