PREempt for Lash Artists

Empowering Lash Artists with Unparalleled Disinfection!

Ensuring a clean and germ-free workplace is essential to safeguard the health and well-being of both you and your valued clients. To help you uphold the highest standard of infection control, we have compiled a list of measures to create a safe and secure space for everyone.

Reprocessing Tools and Instruments

Most tools used for lash treatments may come into contact with non-intact skin; which is more susceptible to acquiring infections and the tools may become contaminate with blood or other bodily fluids; therefore, these tools are more likely to transmit pathogens.

Treat tools with a higher level of care when it comes to cleaning and disinfection to ensure a safe and healthy spa environment that also meets state regulations.

Reusable tools that can be disinfected are generally made from hard non-porous materials (glass, stainless steel, or hard plastic) and are able to endure frequent cleaning and disinfection between uses. All single-use tools must be disposed of after each client and must not be reused on the same client or on another client.

Reusable Tool Protocol:

  1. Clean tools using water and detergent. Rinse and dry thoroughly.
  2. Pour PREempt HLD5 or PREempt CS20 directly into soaking tray. Do not dilute.
  3. Fully immerse tools in PREempt HLD5 for only 5 minutes or in PREempt CS20 for 20 minutes. Re-use solution for up to 14 days.*
  4. Rinse tools with water and dry manually using a clean cloth or disposable towel.

*The solution must be discarded after 14 days or sooner. You can validate the reuse solution by using AHP2 Test Strips for HLD5 or AHPO7 Test Strips for CS20.


Cleaning and Disinfecting Surfaces

Maintaining a clean and germ-free environment ensures your and your client’s safety and demonstrates your commitment to running a professional business.

Clean and disinfect after every client service or treatment and include all areas your staff or clients touch.

Surface Protocol:

  1. Apply PREempt Wipes, RTU Spray or diluted Concentrate (1:40 dilution) to the surface. Remove any visible dirt or debris from the surface or equipment prior to disinfecting.
  2. Allow the surface to remain wet for 3 minutes for PREempt RTU/Wipes and 5 minutes for diluted PREempt Concentrate to kill viruses, bacteria and fungi.
  3. Leave to air dry. If desired, wipe any excess solution using a clean cloth after the required contact time has been achieved.

Ideal for disinfection of:

  • Drain water from a basin and remove visible debris.
  • Front desk/reception
  • Doorknobs and door handles
  • Common area surfaces, racks, shelves
  • Washroom surfaces
  • Chairs, counters, tables and seating areas

Showcase That You Care

Stand out from other salons and spas by communicating that you are prioritizing client health and safety. Here are a few ways to achieve that:

  • Present your tools in a case labeled "disinfected/sterilized" or in a sterile pouch in front of your clients.
  • Inform your clients that you have thoroughly cleaned and disinfected your workstation and tools before their service and encourage them to ask any questions or voice concerns, they may have
  • Sponges, waxing strips, razors
  • Use PREempt tent cards at each workstation to indicate that the area has been cleaned and disinfected.
  • Apply PREempt decals on your storefront window or door to showcase your commitment to cleanliness.

Let your clients know you have their safety top of mind in your facility, on your website, on social channels, and on other marketing materials.


Keep It Green

Spas increasingly adopt eco-friendly practices and products to prioritize environmental sustainability. By choosing PREempt disinfectants, you already use a biodegradable formulation with an active ingredient that naturally decomposes into water and oxygen. This ensures that when you dispose of any used liquid, there is no environmental harm or accumulation. In line with its commitment to sustainability, PREempt has introduced Refill Wipes, allowing you to reuse your empty wipes canisters and significantly reduce plastic waste. Not only does this approach reduce plastic usage by 90% — compared to purchasing new plastic canisters — but it also helps you save money in the process.

Look for ways you can introduce more sustainable practices in your spa or spa, PREempt Wipe Refills are a great place to start.

Knowledge is Power

Knowledge is the best tool to combat germs and prevent the spread of infections. By reaching this point, you have already taken a significant step in becoming aware of the risks and learning how to mitigate them. Expanding your education is crucial, and obtaining our free Infection Prevention Certification is a great place to start. Upon completion, you can create your own customized certificate in the name of your spa or have your staff get individually certified. Additionally, consider taking more in-depth courses to enhance your knowledge and expertise in infection control.

Get your spa Infection Prevention Certified and display your elevated knowledge in your facility for your clients.

Following and implementing the best practices in your everyday routines can ensure a clean, safe, and germ-free environment for your staff and clients. Your commitment to maintaining high standards of infection control will not only protect everyone's health and set your facility apart as a professional and trustworthy establishment.


Regulatory Compliance

Each province and territory in Canada regulates Personal Service Establishments and publishes guidelines that must be followed. Additionally, certain regions and municipalities have by-laws that must be complied with. These regulatory bodies ensure that personal service workers meet specific educational requirements, maintain ethical standards, and provide safe and effective care to their clients. It's important for personal service workers in Canada to be familiar with applicable guidelines and maintain professional standards, including adherence to proper cleaning and disinfecting practices.

View list of regulatory bodies for personal service workers in each province and territory in Canada.