What does CPE mean?
CPE = Certified Professional Electrologist
Did you know that some states do not require a license for a person to become an electrologist? In these states anyone can go out and buy an electrolysis machine, purchase needles, pay for advertising and open shop with no training, testing or supervision. Whether you live in a licensed state or not, it is very important that you make sure your electrologist is board certified.
For over 25 years now, the American Electrology Association has been providing the International Board of Electrologist Certification for electrologists worldwide.The CPE certificate hanging in your electrologists office will signify that they have been tested and measured against a national standard of excellence, in addition to, or instead of their state license.
A CPE commits to keeping their high credentials through on-going continuing education. A CPE has five years to obtain seventy-five hours of continuing education or lose their certification. This is important to make sure your electrologist is keeping up to date and aware of changes in the profession
DON'T TRUST YOUR SKIN WITH JUST ANY ELECTROLOGIST.
MAKE SURE YOUR ELECTROLOGIST IS CERTIFIED.
TO FIND A CERTIFIED PROFESSIONAL ELECTROLOGIST IN YOUR AREA VISIT: