Cosmetology

At the heart of cosmetology services are two factors simultaneously, which are the main indicator of cosmetology service - the main (appearance) and additional (health). As for cosmetic services - they are aimed exclusively at the appearance of a person and can not affect the body and human health. Harm to health in the provision of cosmetic services can be applied only with gross negligence.

That is, the cosmetologist can be a person who has received knowledge of the effect of biological substances and the correct definition of the spectrum of cosmetology procedures, depending on the state of human health, specific indicators of the skin condition, etc. It seems logical that cosmetology services and assistance to the population can be provided by a " cosmetologist ", as a person having a state diploma, and a term of education of at least 5 years, understands how this or that drug can affect individual characteristics of appearance and health "I persons, as well as such professional duties are defined by law." As for cosmetics, that is, persons who have completed a short-lived course that have a commercial basis, this person can not provide Cosmetology services and cosmetology assistance to the population.

So, on the basis of the above, one can come to the conclusion that cosmetology services, or cosmetological care in the concept of the legislator, is a special kind of assistance aimed at improving the appearance of a person, treating or masking appearance defects, with the aim of changing a person's psychophysical state and satisfying his aesthetic needs.

Accordingly, based on the provisions of the Civil Code of Ukraine, under the contract for the provision of cosmetology services, one party (the performer) undertakes to provide the other party (the customer), professional assistance aimed at improving the appearance of a person, treating or masking appearance defects, is carried out with the aim of changing the psychophysical state human and satisfaction of his aesthetic needs, in accordance with the customer's task and in accordance with the requirements established by the acting law and the customer undertakes to pay for this assistance.

Another difficult issue that arises in the legislative sphere of regulation of cosmetology is the unsettled contract for the provision of cosmetology services. Due to the deterioration of legislation, which does not keep pace with the development of the cosmetic industry, in practice, cosmetologists face problems when concluding an agreement with the customer or in the implementation of their activities under the law.