Skin care professionals are fortunate to work in an industry that is lined with positivity and compassion. Most practitioners chose this field because they are natural nurturers and wanted to help others. Whether they can relate to the pain of feeling insecure about their skin’s appearance or simply love to help others look and feel their best, skin care professionals are all here for the same reason – to help others.
Generally, a disconnect happens between the aesthetician and the client when communication and expectations are not clear. If the client feels mislead, or they are striving for unrealistic results, then certain feelings of tension and frustration can arise. There are many steps that can be taken to try and prevent the need to formally drop a client.
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Marie Rosepink is a licensed medical aesthetician and certified laser technician in Scottsdale, Arizona. She has been in the industry for over 15 years and has had the privilege of working for some of the top board-certified plastic surgeons in the valley, specializing in a wide range of skin care treatments and lasers to treat acne, rosacea, winkles, dry skin, oily skin, hyperpigmentation, melasma, and hair removal. Currently, Rosepink works alongside Dr. Robert Cohen and his team at Scottsdale Center for Plastic Surgery. As a team, their mission is to help patients achieve the look that represents the best version of themselves, emphasizing health and beauty through safe and effective procedures. In addition, Rosepink is the author of a beauty blog, marieskincare.blog, where she shares the essentials of skin care and reviews some of the top products and beauty trends. She can also be found on Instagram @marieskincare.