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By Douglas Preston, L.E., president of Preston Skincare | October 29, 2014
Oh no! Your spa just introduced a brand new line of treatment products that you are expected to sell to clients. That is great, but look at those retail prices! They are higher than anything the spa previously carried. You have built up the confidence to sell your existing lines for facial customers, ...

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By Kristina Valiani, L.E. | October 28, 2014
Aestheticians are in the unique position to observe many skin disorders and some diseases. Even though it is out of the aesthetician’s scope of practice to treat skin diseases, having knowledge is power, and skin care professionals should be able to recognize disorders and diseases that require medical ...

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By Linda Gulla | October 30, 2014
When working with teenage skin, there are various factors to consider. The biggest concern with teenagers is acne. With the approach of puberty, most teenagers become self-conscience of their appearance, and the onset of acne comes with changing hormone levels. As a skin care professional, you should ...

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By | September 26, 2014
The weather may finally be cooling off, but a few popular makeup trends continue to heat up. More and more women are looking to mimic the high fashion looks of celebrity makeup, and it has never been easier to teach your clients certain techniques to accomplish at home.Through the use of simple blending ...

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By Jeanette Owens | September 4, 2014
The business behind the beauty is not always as pretty as it seems. Countless hours and dollars are spent preparing the tranquil spa atmosphere that allows clients to relax, rewind, and rejuvenate themselves the moment they enter through the doors. But once those clients are on their way and you head ...

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By Shelley Lotz | August 27, 2014
The quality of staff training and customer service is vital to your operations. This is supported by specific procedures and guidelines outlined in a “how-to run my business” manual. Writing and revising your spa/salon operations manual is also a great way to review your goals and staff expectations. ...

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By Jeremy Lawrence | August 27, 2014
Chris Kolodziejski is the founder of Chella Skin Care, a line of efficacious anti-aging skin care products and also the Chella Brow Bar, a concept which focuses on eyebrow makeovers and using the Chella Brow & Eye Collection products to complete fantastic eyebrow makeovers for its customers. His ...

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By Lyn Ross | August 29, 2014
With the numerous professional exfoliation solutions and infinite application options available to today’s aesthetician, it can be overwhelming to determine the best peel treatment plan for each individual client. Developing a strategy for safe peel application to avoid common complications and achieve ...

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By Jeremy Lawrence | March 23, 2017
With the company's recent relocation from Lake Ozark, Missouri to Boca Raton, Saltability recently announced its partnership with Seagull Services, a nonprofit organization based in West Palm Beach that provides advocacy, workforce development, and employment services for approximately 100 teenagers ...

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By | October 10, 2017
If you’re an avid skincare maker or consumer of small batch, artisan skincare products, I’m guessing that you’ve heard of ultraviolet glass bottles. This is a special type of glass that many natural formulators use to maintain the integrity of their products. Though it’s really violet in color, it appears ...

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By AC Dotterweich and Justin Dotterweich | April 24, 2017
Almost everyone has experienced bad service: when they walk into a business, there appears to be no purpose to the chaos. It takes 10 minutes before anyone pays attention or acknowledges them and once the staff does acknowledge them, they are busy apologizing and explaining what should have happened ...

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By AIA | June 14, 2019
A Legend: Michael Grandel Mark Twain's fictional character Huckleberry Finn could have also been named Michael Grandel and the venues of his adventurous stories could have been set by the Lech and the Wertach, rather than the Mississippi. Concerning hair color and mischief, the young Grandel was ...

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By Drew Coleman | June 24, 2019
Most professionals have heard that it costs 11 times more to find a new client than it does to retain an existing one. If this is true, why don’t professionals spend at least twice as much time working to keep existing clients happy to avoid the costly mistake of client turnover? Client retention is ...

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By Shelly Steadman | June 25, 2019
Let’s face it, working in a spa is hardly ever boring. No two days are the same. Tuesday might be low key and quiet, but the next day could be a train wreck of mis-scheduled clients and no shows. It’s a mixed bag for sure. The same can be said for co-workers. As someone who has been in the industry for ...

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By AIA | June 24, 2019
Retail Revolution – How to Beat the Internet and Sell More ProductsPresented by Justin Dotterweich and Brandon Potter Join the retail revolution and learn how to beat the internet and sell more products. Learn everything your spa could and should be doing to win the modern consumer. Also, discover the ...

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