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WaiverSign's Digital Waxing Consent Forms Transform Industry and Lives of Estheticians
By: Resmark Systems
"Following advised legal protocols is important to all businesses. Customers immediately recognize that they are in professional hands when asked to sign waxing consent forms," said Bob Birrell, WaiverSign's Business Development Manager.
Until recently, these forms were paper, perhaps attached to a clipboard with a ballpoint pen. "No one wants the hassle of signing paper documents anymore. Your clients have come to expect their waxing experience to be smooth, and that includes consent forms and intake paperwork," said Birrell.
Now that the forms can be presented digitally on hand-held devices, clients can sign anytime, anywhere, and without the pressure of estheticians or others in line waiting for completed paperwork.
Erin Temple, owner of The Waxing Room in California, loves the new digital process provided by WaiverSign. "Having clients fill out the consent form before arrival saves us time and energy. We have a QR code on our check-in desk in case customers didn't use the link or forgot. It's quick and easy for them to fill out the form on their own device."
WaiverSign addresses several key questions considerations for estheticians who are establishing protocols for waxing consent forms, intake forms and waivers:
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● How can I customize the information on my consent form?
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● Is storing my signed documents online more secure than paper?
Max Goodman is a Partner at the law firm SmithAmundsen LLC headquartered in Chicago. He is the Chair of SmithAmundsen's Fitness & Wellness Services Group and a member of SmithAmundsen's Commercial Litigation and Hospitality Practice Groups.
Goodman explains why a waiver is so crucial for waxing services and other esthetic treatments: "Waxing, as well as other skincare and esthetic treatments, carries unique risks when compared with other beauty services such as hair and nails. These services often involve the use of certain chemicals on sensitive skin. Clients need to be warned about the risks of sun exposure, allergic reactions, bleeding, bruising, infections, pre-care and post-care instructions, and possible interactions with certain medications (including antibiotics)
More key questions asked by estheticians can be found at https://www.waiversign.com/
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