Monday, 17 January 2022 11:42

Roxy Drese Harvey

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What is your educational background, and how do you continue your education in the industry?

I grew up with an entrepreneur background. My mom owns a successful spa in Florida. After having lived in many states and attending universities across the United States, I finally settled in Texas and knew I wanted to use my business degree in the aesthetic field. I went to a local cosmetology school and started working at a medical spa before I finished my aesthetic schooling. I worked in that medical spa for nearly three years, working many 60-to-70-hour work weeks in many roles there. I opened my own business inside a doctor’s office in 2015.

The educational opportunities are endless now. Many skin care brands like Circadia, Epionce, and SkinBetter have brought the best education opportunities to their accounts. Industry podcasts, dermatology studies, and any skin care literature are great resources too.

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