LEVEL I Practitioner 1 Year Practitioner


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  • 1 Year Licensed Membership (must be renewed annually)
  • Appointed Agent
  • Access to Member’s Mobile App
  • HIPAA & OSHA Course & Certification
  • Business Startup Course
  • Theory & Practical Exam Study Course
  • Time Clock for reporting Clock Hours
  • Licensed Member Directory Listing
  • 60 Day Workers Permit
  • NMSA Occupational License
  • Facility License
  • Access to Community Group
  • Access to Affiliate Program
  • NMSA Mobile App
  • NMSA Approved Provider Branding Kit
  • 5% off Mandatory Courses
  • On-going Support

Level I  Non-invasive aesthetic services may be performed in a spas, med spas, cosmetic salons or similar facility in which medicine is not practiced by estheticians or cosmetologists, body workers, or massage therapist. 

The provision of non-invasive aesthetic services and aesthetic medical procedures involve various levels of risk, as defined in this policy. Non-Invasive Aesthetic services shall be classified as Level I  including those services listed below. Level I beautification must be performed by a licensed cosmetologist or esthetician.



(a) Electricity, such as:

  1. Galvanic current
  2. Thermolysis
  3. Blend
  4. Iontophoresis
  5. Cryoelectrophoresis
  6. Cathiodermie
  7. Low energy radiofrequency

(b) Ultrasonic used for therapeutic purposes

(c) Heat therapy, such as saunas, for which the heat is below 40 degrees Celsius

(d) Mechanical manipulation, such as:

  1. Superficial (above the stratum coronium and no deeper than 35% of the depth of the dermis) microdermabrasion
  2. Superficial derma plane exfoliation
  3. Superficial, non-invasive cellulite treatment; and
  4. Massages, such as: (i) Hand to elbow; (ii) Foot to knee (iii) Face; and (iv) Full body wraps


(e) Chemicals, such as:

  1. Superficial (above the stratum coronium and no deeper than 35% of the depth of the dermis) exfoliation
  2. Superficial chemical peels using less than or equal to a 20% concentration with a pH value of greater than or equal to 3.0.; and

(f) Light, such as:

  1. Light-emitting diodes
  2. Infrared
  3. Low level light therapy, to exclude photo dynamic therapy

(g) Application of cosmetic preparations, such as:

  1. Cleaning, manipulating, and stimulating skin by use of hydro-facials, face masks, body wraps; and
  2. Cleaning, manipulating, and stimulating of the skin through the use of paraffin wraps

(h) Beautification Depilation, such as: (LEVEL I BUT NOT COVERED BY NMSA)

  1. Tweezing
  2. Waxing
  3. Threading
  4. Sugaring
  5. Make-up application and artistry
  6. Manicures and pedicures
  7. Nail care
  8. Artificial nails and polish
  9. Hair dressing
  10. Scalp care


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