Discover our health and safety guide for employees and customers of beauty salons and be safe!

 

What to pay attention to

Check what customers pay attention to during their visit to the salon.

Use of protective equipment

Depending on the type of service, salon employees use disposable gloves, face protection and an apron.

Cleaning and disinfection

This is the main and most often overlooked duty of salon employees. The salon must be cleaned regularly and common surfaces and instruments disinfected..

Hygiene procedures

Each living room should have clear and readable hygiene procedures followed by the employee.

Use of disposables

For safety reasons, tools and disposable textiles should be used in salons. Due to their nature and construction they are not sterilizable – they should be discarded after each client.

Hand washing and disinfection

Hands should be washed and disinfected in front of the client before and after each treatment. In a safe salon, customers should also be required to disinfect their hands.

Disinfect the workplace

Before every customer the workstation must be clean and sterile. Depending on the type of services provided, employees use disposable materials.

Good practices of beauty salons

 

Maintaining the sterility of the salon means ensuring the safety of employees and customers. Appropriate sanitary conditions also significantly increase the quality of services provided.

Effective disinfection for the salon

 

Disinfectants allow to remove harmful microorganisms – bacteria viruses or mycobacteria. Their use is essential in any place where the risk of infection is high: primarily in medical facilities, but also in beauty or tattoo parlours. MEDISEPT products for daily hand, surface and instrument cleaning and disinfection.

Products recommended for beauty parlours

For small surfaces we use Velox

For large surfaces we use Quatrodes

For instrument disinfection we use Alodes N or Viruton

For hand disinfection we use Velodes

Product catalog

UNIQUE BENEFITS of True Disinfection

Velodes Soft
Velodes® Soft
Liquid for hygienic and surgical hand disinfection
  • Hygienic disinfection in 30 secs
  • Surgical disinfection in 90 secs
  • Prolonged bactericidal effect up to 3h
  • Effective against bacteria, fungi, mycobacteria, viruses
  • Contains glycerine - moisturizes and cares for hands
Velox TOP AF
Velox® TOP AF
Spray for cleaning and disinfection of surfaces
  • Optimal alcohol concentration of 60% (ethanol and propanol combined)
    - guarantees even more effective disinfection and fast action time
  • Test-confirmed effectiveness against bacteria, fungi, mycobacteria and viruses
    (including Adeno, Rota and SARS-CoV-2) in just 30 seconds
  • Ideally removes dirt from the surface
    (thanks to QAV and amines additives)

Why do I choose MEDISEPT

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Full marketing authorisation by URPL Office for Registration until 2024
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Dermatological tests, ingredients safe for the skin in long contact and a pleasant fragrance
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Production quality control according to ISO standard
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Material tolerance confirmed by utility tests
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Production of medical standard biocidal products and cleaning products
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Full microbiological efficacy tests (viruses, bacteria, fungi, mycobacteria) performed in accredited laboratories
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Experience in creating safe formulations
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Experience in developing procedures, hygiene plans for all industries
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Full range of disinfectant products: for hands, surfaces and tools in various forms of use
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Many years of experience in working with hospitals and infectious wards - knowledge of medical procedures

In accordance with the WHO recommendations

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Cleaning is an essential first step in any disinfection process.

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Cleaning removes and reduces dirt

Organic matter can impede direct contact of a disinfectant to a surface and inactivate the germicidal properties or mode of action of several disinfectants.


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A chemical disinfectant should be applied after cleaning to kill any remaining microorganisms.

Source: Cleaning and disinfection of environmental surfaces in the context COVID-19 / 15 May 2020 / WHO