You walk into the boxer shop to get a haircut. You sat in the barber’s chair. The request: “cut it low with razor tape all around”. Barber finishes, you get up, pay the barber and walk away admiring your haircut.
You make your appointment with your hair beautician. You walk in, get your usual proud hair style, pay for your services, you walk out looking good, smiling from hearing to ear because THE HAIR IS STYLING!!
Would you leave with a scalp infection or maybe with some little creatures in you hair?
Performed you barber or hair dresser take the necessary method for insure that you wouldn’t get an illness?
10 DIRTY LITTLE SECRETS
Barbers, hair and toenail stylists alike knows that there are precautionary steps that can be considered to maintain a healthy and safe working environment as a way to protect their customers from infections. In this article are some secrets that they may not want you to know.good fellas barber shop youtube channel
Let me personally share with you all 10 of those little secrets.
Unclean conditions can bring about vegetable parasites also known as fungi. Mold, form and yeast can cause communicable diseases like engagement ring worms. – Oh, remember the pesky little pet parasites such as scabies- pediculosis capitis- otherwise known as head lice.
Consider note of how grubby or clean the holding out area is. Then check the salon, look for things like: * curly hair color residue dripping down the wall * frizzy hair build up in the corners * really sloppy and dirty shampoo dishes
If the filth is the fact obvious…. FUNCTION!!!
For your hair service, are you in a very gabardine? Is the cape the same one used for the 10 other people before you? How about the 40 earlier in the week. How much neck sweet would you like from others?. Most states require a neck strip or a towel to be put under the shawl.
Check out the clippers. Ask if they have been sprayed or disinfected with any of the disinfectants. All guards should be soaked in Barbicide Plus. Combs, brushes and clippers should be sterilize. If barbicide looks dark it must be changed. Barbicide should be changes each day
Did you obtain a shampoo? Did the boxer or stylist grab a semi-dry used towel from the dirty laundry bag, because they are away of clean towels?. Think free to ask why the towel feels drenched.
Just how much hair is on the floor because cosmetic salon or barber shop? Is usually there enough to make you can fall? Generally there is no State Rules that will require this, but most cosmetology school teaches travelling across after each cut. More than likely you agree that your stylist or barber should care enough about your safety to sweep the floor?
If you are acquiring a blow dry take care to note the stylist’s hairbrushes. Do they look like small furry pets? That would mean that it is often way too long since he/she cleaned them. Brushes should be de-haired and sprayed with medical disinfectant between every client. In the event that it looks really bad DO NOT let tooth brushes touch your head.
Appear for a bottle of hand sanitizer on your stylist’s station. A hair dresser should be cleaning their own hands between each consumer.
One of the UNDESIRABLE culprits in this business is a nail cosmetic salon, mainly pedicure foot bathtub. Many time due to time restraint, many fingernail tech might not exactly properly lighten or disinfect. Have you heard of Mycobacterium fortuitum furunculosis? This is a bacterial infection which in turn causes unattractive sores. Man, That i knew of that. RIGHT!
Your stylist or barber should do a scalp check during your consultation before even starting your service. This is where stylist decides if it safe to focus on your head. Many hair stylist do not check with with their clients at all.