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ARPANSA LASER/IPL REGULATION UPDATE

November 30, 2016

ARPANSA LASER/IPL REGULATION UPDATE

The Cosmetic and Beauty Therapy IPL/Laser Working Group recently completed the analysis of public responses to the IPL/Laser Consultation RIS put forward in 2015. A report was tabled at the November Radiation Health Committee meeting for consideration. The results of the analysis will feed future decisions concerning any oversight for the safe use of IPLs and lasers in the cosmetic and beauty therapy industries. At this stage it is planned to release further information on the ARPANSA website early in 2017.

Cosmetic medicine clinics are anticipating changes and educating their staff in laser/IPL safety. If you would Bravura Education to help you with some personalised solutions for your clinic please don’t hesitate to contact us.






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