(A) As used in this rule, "A special service" means any procedure, and the devices used to perform the procedure, which cause entry into skin, or the application of chemicals, electricity, or non-medical cosmetological service to skin or hair, for example, microdermabrasion, ear piercing, etc.
(B) Salons and schools shall not provide any special service until the "Board" has reviewed and approved the service for use in licensed salons and schools. A request to review a special service shall be made to the "Board" on forms provided by the "Board".
(C) The "Board" at the time of approval will provide requirements for use of each specific device and procedure covered by this rule which must be followed by the licensed salons and schools; in addition the salons and schools must comply with the following general requirements:
(1) Salon and school owners must ensure only licensees who have received approved manufacturers training are permitted to operate devices.
(2) Each individual trained must have a certificate of training for the device from the manufacturer or the manufacturers' authorized representative posted in the room in which services are provided.
(3) Operators must comply with manufacturers' directions in the use of all equipment and products.
(4) Operators must advise clients of the necessity of any manufacturers' recommended follow-up care, such as sunscreen protection, etc.
(5) Only licensed salons or schools may provide the "Board" approved special service.
(6) Products and devices used in salons and schools must meet all federal drug administration, cosmetic ingredient review and/or guidelines of the esthetics manufacturers and distributors alliance of the American beauty association.
(D) "Board" licensees and other Ohio professional board licensees may provide permanent makeup services in a salon if they comply with all of the following requirements.
(1) The salon shall obtain an approval to operate a business that offers tattooing services from the board of health of the city or general health district in which the business is located and comply with all requirements of Chapter 3730. of the Revised Code and Chapter 3701-9 of the Administrative Code.
(2) All licensees providing permanent makeup services shall have available in the salon documented completion of a minimum of a sixty hour training program approved by a majority vote of a quorum of the board members.