One of the most wonderful and amazing aspects of the aesthetics industry is that it always seems to be changing. Science never stands still, trends come and go, and new ingredients continuously come onto the scene to help clients’ treatments. New technologies have revolutionized booking procedures, marketing, and even client interactions. To that end, two of the most used methods in this current time of aesthetics are holistic and medical aesthetics.
What do these terms mean for a spa business? How can spas apply them seamlessly? Can they be blended to create a fusion spa? One common thread across the aesthetics industry is that clients are seeking a way to look and feel their best. How well skin care professionals aid them in that endeavor has great bearing on the success or failure of a business. How do these terms intersect with the aesthetics industry?
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Nichelle Mosley’s passion for aesthetics was born out of a desire to help others after failing to find help for her own acne as a young adult. Licensed in 2015, she has worked in clinics, plastic surgery practices, dermatologists’ offices, and with family practitioners. She then opened her own clinic in 2017, Queen City Beauty Group + Wellness. She focuses on integrative aesthetics and holistic solutions to clients’ skin concerns. As a member of the International Association for Applied Corneotherapy, Mosley seeks whole-person solutions, while delivering results for clients. She is also the 2019 Skin Games Age Management Champion and 2018 Skin Games Acne Finalist.