The aesthetics world is ever-changing. Clients have access to endless knowledge on the internet and social media when it comes to skin care and treatments, and as aestheticians, their job is to bring realistic results to clients’ needs and wants by staying educated. Adding in laser treatments can bring a higher traffic to an establishment to make a spa more noticeable to potential clients. But where do you start? How do you even get training and education to use these devices? Do you need a license? What about marketing? So many questions, but with some research and guidance, a skin care professional will definitely be on their way to improving their skills.
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Candice Morrison, Licensed Aesthetician, Certified Laser Technician, is a graduate of Esthetics and Esthetics Instructor program in Fort Worth Beauty School in Fort Worth, Texas, is graduate of National Laser Institute in Dallas, Texas, and Professional Laser certification graduate of Texas Laser Institute in Irving, Texas. Morrison is the CEO and owner of Gardenia Studio Facility and Gardenia Studio Skincare Line. Morrison’s goals are to educate new and upcoming aestheticians and current aestheticians in advanced techniques and procedures. Morrison is a United States Air Force Veteran of eight years and has an extensive medical background in medical administration with certifications in aesthetics oncology, laser safety officer, and training in cosmetic injections.