Botox and Tanning


In the Health Care Reform Bill a 5% tax provision for cosmetic surgery has been added to help pay the cost for health reform. Nevertheless cosmetic surgeons suggested a 10% tanning tax to replace the so-called “botax”. David M. Pariser, President of the American Academy of Dermatology Association told The Wall Street Journal, “We suggested that the tanning tax would be a better alternative to the cosmetic tax and hopefully will reduce the incidence of skin cancer down the road…” President of the Indoor Tanning Association calls the tax “laughable”.
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