Michelle is correct! This info comes from the "Florida Board of Medicine". Here's another find from Google:
"In the State of Florida are allowed to perform laser and light-based hair removal only if they have active Electrolysis license, and have been certified as CME by the Society of Clinical & Medical Hair Removal, Inc. (SCMHR) and also have been trained in Laser Hair Removal or graduate from a combined program that includes laser hair removal as part of its curriculum."
Google is always a quick place to see what's going on! But your State Board is where you get your up-to-the-minute facts. No one can be up to date with each US State Boards. That would be a job in and of itself! lol Wishing you success! Lina
Currently, the only regulation that directly addresses laser hair removal is Rule 64B8-56.002, F.A.C., which states that electrologists can perform laser hair removal only under the direct supervision of a licensed physician who has been properly trained in hair removal.