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Stricter rules for laser skin treatments (repealed)

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Netherlands Enterprise Agency, RVO

Effective date: repealed

Please note: this change in law has been repealed

What would have changed?

Laser skin treatments, for example for tattoo or hair removal, would only be allowed to be performed by indepently authorised and trained healthcare providers (doctors and skin therapists).

Are you neither a doctor nor a skin therapist, but do you currently perform laser and related treatments? You would still be allowed to do so, but only on the instructions and under supervision of a qualified, acccountable practitioner.

For whom?

  • tattoo specialists
  • beauticians
  • skin therapists
  • doctors



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