Growing A Skin Care Practice: Fact vs Fantasy
Feb 25

Growing A Skin Care Practice: Fact vs Fantasy

Learn the realities of creating a successful skin care practice with Douglas Preston.

 

Learn the realities of creating a successful skin care practice with Douglas Preston.

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  • 38-year aesthetics professional Douglas Preston shares his time-tested knowledge about the realities of creating a successful skin care practice. The presentation separates business facts from common fantasies that lead many aestheticians to unnecessary career mistakes and disappointment. Preston’s experienced insights will help you know if you’re on the right track with your business. He will also describe how to stay positive and productive during the tough early years of a new skin care practice. Join this well-respected career mentor in a FREE webinar on February 25 for a wealth of inspiration for both the new and established aesthetician.


    Douglas Preston’s career spans over 30 years in professional aesthetics, spa management, and skin care career mentoring. His business articles appear in many of the top trade journals and magazines. He is past-president of Aesthetics International Association and former committee chairman for The Day Spa Association. His recently published book, An Esthetician’s Guide to Growing A Successful Skincare Career, is a top-seller among ambitious working skin care professionals. Preston leads The Inspired Esthetician, a membership-based resource for professional education and career/business mentoring. He also practices aesthetic skin care in his prestigious Los Gatos studio, Preston Skin Center. theinspiredesthetician.com, prestonskincenter.com, or douglas@prestonskincare.com


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  • Category
    Webinar
  • Date & Time
    Feb 25 2019 at 01:00 PM - Feb 25 2019 at 02:00 PM
  • Location & full address
    Garland, Tx
  • Event Admins
    AIA

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