Lexie Choate-Bewley

Lexie Choate-Bewley

Webinar: Magic Mix: The Ultimate Treatment Blend Description

Magic Mix: The Ultimate Treatment Blend Description

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Join Lexie Choate-Bewley also known as @skinbylexie on Instagram for an up close and personal treatment demonstration of her magic mix of modalities. This includes dermaplaning performed with a specialty surgical blade to remove dead skin and vellus hair; hydrodermabrasion to remove clogged pores, blackheads, and impurities; and a bi-phasic TCA peel, the trending peel that will not interfere with clients’ social life. This red-carpet peel leaves skin smoother, glowing, and minimizes surface imperfections, fine lines, loss of firmness, texture issues, and gets rid of clogged pores. Get more out of the virtual webinar model with this fun, in-depth treatment experience that will leave attendees wowed and more informed. This webinar is for educational purposes only. Please remember to always stay within your scope of practice. 

 

 

 

 

MEET THE PRESENTER

Lexie Choate-Bewley is a licensed aesthetician who brings over a decade of experience and knowledge into the treatment room. During this time, she has gained a deeper understanding of clinical skin care through thousands of hours of experience and advanced training. She has been featured in numerous blogs and magazine articles. She received national recognition for her work, being named, “Esthetician of the Year” by Cosmedix Skincare in back-to-back awards in 2017 and 2018. She specializes in corrective facials, peels, and speed waxing. To get in contact with her, follow her on Instagram @skinbylexie or GlossGenius.com.

Sanitation Station: Devices for the Treatment Room

Skin care professionals are trained in proper sanitation and cleanliness protocols in school, and following those standards is part of everyday routines when taking clients and setting up spaces. While the guidelines set by the state board are a great starting point, providing clean conditions has become more complicated due to the current events of the world. With viruses and even the common cold becoming harder to detect and stay away from, it seems clearer more than ever that additions to these existing protocols are needed. Clients and professionals alike are looking for ways to easily and effectively keep themselves and each other as safe as possible. As a result, upping standards in the treatment room can be the difference between an unsure client who is not booking a service and a client feeling confident that their health and safety is the number one priority of their skin care professional. There are many sanitation devices that can easily be added into the day-to-day protocols that make this difference.

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Three Tips to Selling Better: A Guide to Sales & Education

It is the taboo word – sales. This is a word that can make any service provider feel uncomfortable. Most skin care professionals never want to come off as a salesperson, because they are not – they are aestheticians. An aesthetician who has a high success rate of skin care transformations has expertise in the treatment room and the clients’ commitment to a homecare routine. Clients are looking for a complete experience and that includes a wonderful service and guidance on maintaining the result of the service at home. It is important to inform the client that the result of the treatment can only go so far if the proper maintenance at home is not being followed. The client will understand and will want to keep their glowing skin for as long as possible. So, flip the way most skin care professionals look at sales and examine it for what it is – educating.

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Running Haired: The Dangers of At-Home Hair Removal Products

When a client is walking down the hair removal aisle at the store, they are faced with so many optionsThey ask themselves, “What could go wrong?” It seems harmless – a little razor here, try some wax there. The only thing between the checkout at the local drugstore and them is youIt’s important to educate clients on what to doand what not to do when it comes to hair removal maintenance at home.Here are the most popular hair removal methods and the risks that come along with them. 

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Lexie Choate-Bewley is a licensed aesthetician who brings over a decade of experience and knowledge into the treatment room. During this time, she has gained a deeper understanding of clinical skin care through thousands of hours of experience and advanced training. She has been featured in numerous blogs and magazine articles. She received national recognition for her work, being named, “Esthetician of the Year” by Cosmedix Skincare in back-to-back awards in 2017 and 2018. She specializes in corrective facials, peels, and speed waxing. To get in contact with her, follow her on Instagram @skinbylexie or GlossGenius.com. 

 

April 2024

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