61G5-22.008. Scalp Treatments and Hair Care Rinses  


Effective on Sunday, November 2, 1980
  • 1(1) Objective:

    3To provide a beneficial service of stimulation to contribute to a healthy scalp and to select a specific treatment that will improve the appearance of a client's hair following proper safety precautions in the application procedure.

    39(2) Learning Objectives:

    42(a) To describe the benefits of scalp manipulations;

    50(b) To explain when scalp manipulations can and cannot be given;

    61(c) To describe the application of electricity in high frequency scalp treatments;

    73(d) To become aware of the physical and chemical actions that damage hair;

    86(e) To describe the use of proteins in treating the hair;

    97(f) To clarify and describe different types of conditioners;

    106(g) To define temporary hair coloring; and

    113(h) To describe the advantages and disadvantages of temporary colors.

    123(3) Performance Objectives:

    126(a) To give a scalp treatment using physical manipulations of stimulation;

    137(b) To provide high frequency scalp treatments using proper safety precautions to protect the client;

    152(c) To assess hair damage and choose the appropriate conditioners; and

    163(d) To select and apply temporary color rinses according to the client’s desire and need.

    178(4) Services required: forty-five (45).

    183Rulemaking Authority 185477.016 FS. 187Law Implemented 189477.025(2) FS. 191History–New 11-2-80, Formerly 21F-22.08, 21F-22.008.