As a Natural Hair Braider, Beautician or Barber 💈 knowing that
chemical hair bleaching agents should not be applied to growing human hair is a 🧠 No Brainer.
Today we have a political issue ⚠️ that’s a plus for you and me on our tribes, progressive natural hair care journey.
Salon infection control is a must in the natural hair care 🏭 industry.
wrapping human 💇♀️🏽 hair and using a moisturizer to prevent breakage.
We should be
dedicated to a daily natural hair moisturizing 📅 routine in love 💕 and with care.
This is the absolute worst thing that could happen in the beauty 💅 industry 🏭 during deregulation.
Why because we know proper infection control is not being addressed in the current curriculum, and it’s ONLY protection for the public required.
The same person 👤 infections these two people 👭 and they know because if the same strand of HIV 🧬 I telling y’all..#WrapItUp hair stylist when Sew-inFection Control Aids.
“Additional laboratory testing on specimens from the two clients indicates recent infection with the same HIV virus – increasing the likelihood that the two HIV infections may have resulted from a procedure at the VIP spa,” state health officials said in a statement.
Worst 💉 ‘Vampire facial’: 2 infected with HIV after New Mexico spa injections
A hepatitis C infection can lead to severe liver damage, so it’s essential to know all of the ways it can be transmitted.
It can be tricky: More than 40 percent of people with hepatitis C cannot identify the source of infection.
Here all the ways hepatitis C can be transmitted in the hair braiding deregulation that increases hair stylist and your risk.
The most common way to contract hepatitis C is through exposure to blood that contains the hepatitis C virus (HCV).
This might happen if you:
💉 IF YOU use a sew-in needle that someone with hepatitis C has already used.
💉 If YOU are stuck by a needle that has come into contact with blood that contains HCV.
💉 IF YOU share eyebrow razors that may have touched blood that contains HCV
To ignore the fact that hair braiding exempts state regulations, but what 😦 about the federal government regulations?
The Centers for Disease Control 🤒 has a workbook that I have used to design, assess and evaluate the salon culture.
🕵🏼♀️My findings are the need for training programs for comprehensive infectious diseases blood borne pathogens 🦠 exposure.
👩🏾⚖️ The injury’s reduction strategies should 📉address this significant health care educational awareness needed in the Natural Hair Braiding Act, Cosmetology and Barbering Laws.
Why not a new agency for certification because of the cosmetology and health boards are state-funded and failing.
Why not privatization of natural hair?
Like the food industry, 🏭 it was Herman Cain responsible for that.
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