Realities of Retail Esthetics by Eli Jones

At the beginning of a new course, it’s common for instructors to tell students of the vast opportunities an esthetics career presents to the ambitious graduate. This all-encompassing career choice rests in both academic and practical spheres with elements of art, science, business, and vocation interwoven throughout. As such, an enterprising licensee may venture into the realm of teaching, writing, management, sales representation, product development, or state regulation to name a few. But at the base of these opportunities lies the foundation of skincare, a path whose importance cannot be overstated: standard practice. As basic as it sounds, standard practice

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