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CODE OF ETHICS


Part I –Professional Relationships

Article 1. In the best interest of the public, the member will be loyal to the Association.

Article 2. A member shall never publicly criticize a competitor, and where an opinion is specifically requested, it shall be rendered with strict professional courtesy and dignity.

Article 3. A member shall not solicit the services of an employee of a fellow member without his/her knowledge consent.

Part II - Client/Public Relations

Article 4. The member should keep abreast of business, matters of the law and proposed legislation affecting the industry.

Article 5. The member will give clients realistic expectations of treatment outcomes.

Article 6. The member will not be in the business of "overselling" procedures.

Article 7. It is the duty of every member to protect the public against fraud, misrepresentation or unethical practices in connection with services provides by medical spas.

Article 8. It is the duty of every member to be fully trained on all aspects of any treatment that they are conducting.

Article 9. It is the duty of every member to abide by the HIPPA laws.