Concerns have been raised over Nairobi salons, massage parlours and spa that operate like brothels.
The alarm was raised by Hairdressers, Barbers and Beauty Association (HABEBA), who argued that the rogue businesses were creating unfair competition, as commercial sex workers have invaded the beauty industry.
Through their association, HABEBA the businessmen and women revealed that prostitutes are masquerading themselves as beauticians, to attract customers then offer them more than just beauty services.
According to the association's officials, masseurs at massage parlours are now extending their services to their customers groin areas, in order to stimulate them then offer sex.
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According to Nairobi News, HABEBA Chairman Boniface Wainaina said:"They dress seductively to confuse clients, during massage sessions they touch and stroke clients genitals. Once they are aroused, they offer sex at a fee.
Wanaina, revealed that over 50 percent of these beauty businesses at the city centre, Hurlingham and Westlands are disguised brothels.
The association wants the government to ban the rogue beauty parlours who threatening to kick its members out of business.