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Are “Botox parties” legal in Illinois? 

Yes. Illinois does not regulate where neuromodulators may be injected, as long as the injections are provided by an MD/DO, APRN with full practice authority, or qualified and credentialed RNs or PAs under appropriate supervision.

Current safety requirements must still be met, including patient confidentiality and bloodborne pathogen safety and exposure control protocols.

Do I need a business license to host Botox parties?

Mobile neuromodulator services are considered the practice of medicine under Illinois law, and therefore the practice must be owned by a professional with an MD/DO license or by an APRN with a full practice authority license. Illinois does not require separate business licenses for medical spas, whether mobile or fixed.

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If you need help setting up a medical spa or have other regulatory questions, then we invite you to call 1818.

Contact Amy today at amy@1818legal.com

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Jordan Matyas is a lawyer, lobbyist, and Founder of 1818 Legal, an Illinois professional licensing defense law firm he created in 2014. With more than 18 years of experience practicing law, he represents clients in a wide range of legal matters, including professional license defense, administrative law, land use and zoning, and state, local, and municipal law.

Jordan received his Juris Doctor from the University of Illinois — Chicago School of Law and is a member of the Illinois Bar Association.