Wednesday, 03 April 2019 08:13

Alexandra J. Zani, L.E.I., owner of Aesthani Skincare Institute

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Alexandra J. Zani is an international educator, researcher, and author with a background in cell biology and medical. Her passion for education resulted in receiving numerous advanced certifications, both in the United States and abroad. Zani earned an instructor license for aesthetics/cosmetology, is National Catholic Educational Society (NCEA) Nationally Certified, certified in Oncology Esthetics®, and the Pastiche Method® of Skin Analysis. She is a member of the International Association for Applied Corneotherapy (IAC). Zani presents education for advanced aesthetic technology, including microcurrents, LED, and non-ablative laser. She is a specialist in the anti-aging sciences, including the effects of nutrition, lifestyle, and the mind/body connection.

 

What do you love most about your job?

Having amazing, interesting clients in my practice. When teaching, I enjoy watching the “aha” moments come to life.

 

What is your favorite spa treatment and why?

Body wrap and massage – relaxing inside and out.

 

Do you have any unusual skills?

I can take the complexity out of a subject and explain it in people terms.

 

What would you name your boat if you had one?

Born Free.

 

What is something on your desk that you couldn’t live without?

Stapler and 3-hole punch.

 

If you opened a day spa, what would you name it?

Wellness and More.

 

What did you want to be when you were younger?

A dancer and singer.

 

If you had a warning label, what would yours say?

Beware of the eyes on the back of my head!

 

What skill would you like to master?

Being assertive.

 

What are some small things that make your day better?

Smiling at a stranger in the grocery store, offering inspiration to someone, or feeling grateful for what I have versus dwelling on the negative when things may be not going so well.

 

What is your spirit animal?

Eagle.

 

Which superhero do you secretly want to be?

Superwoman.

 

What’s the best invention of all time?

A refrigerator.

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