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Seasonal Skin Care By Denise Kemp

Depending on which part of the country you’ll be in this summer, there are different challenges when trying to stay healthy and hydrated, while maintaining that beautiful glow. With warm breezes, hot, humid days, and balmy nights, Florida can seem like the ideal place for your skin to be in summer months, but don’t be … Continue reading Seasonal Skin Care By Denise Kemp

5 Ways Kindness Will Change Your Life By Simon T. Bailey

Og Mandino, author of The Greatest Salesman that Ever Lived once said, “Beginning today, treat everyone you meet as if they were going to be dead by midnight. Extend to them all the care, kindness and understanding you can muster, and do it with no thought of any reward. Your life will never be the … Continue reading 5 Ways Kindness Will Change Your Life By Simon T. Bailey

Email Marketing – Make It Rain! by Barry Eichner

If you’re work at a day spa, own a day spa or work for your self as a solo provider esthetician, email marketing can be the difference between a bank account that’s flush with cash or flushing cash down the drain!  In today’s hyper-connected world, consumers are on their smart phones nearly non-stop.  You are … Continue reading Email Marketing – Make It Rain! by Barry Eichner

How to Create a Dynamic In-Spa Education Program By Jaclyn Luongo

The beauty industry is constantly evolving. The search for the “Fountain of Youth” will always exist. With advanced technology we get closer to it every year. The objective of creating an In-Spa Education Program is to keep staff engaged and excited about the services offered. The more knowledge they have, the more empowered they feel. … Continue reading How to Create a Dynamic In-Spa Education Program By Jaclyn Luongo

Pain Prevention for the Esthetician by Eli Jones

  Being an esthetician often means spending extended periods behind a treatment table with one service flowing into another. If no time is blocked for a breather, the day’s first break may come at the end of an eight-hour shift where a worn-out sense of accomplishment is met with after-treatment chores. At this point, the … Continue reading Pain Prevention for the Esthetician by Eli Jones