While it is typically a bigger up-front investment per product due to minimum order requirements and custom labeling, private label products do not cost much in comparison to the opening orders many are used to placing. There are three levels of private labeling to choose from: The spa’s logo on standard packaging/formula Custom label on standard packaging/formula Custom label on custom packaging/formula (most protection) If…
LED technology has improved dramatically in recent years and, consequently, devices are more affordable and more versatile than ever. While selecting the appropriate machine may seem overwhelming, it does not have to be. There are well-established and simple guidelines to ensure an informed decision. A well-chosen device will yield a quick return on investment, optimize client outcomes, increase referrals, and enhance bottom line revenue through…
When it comes to choosing advanced oncology training, here are the things to consider. Choose a path. Advanced training will make a professional more knowledgeable, set them apart as an expert in the field, increase profitability, and give them more job satisfaction. But, it costs money and time, so, it needs to count. Knowing what one is looking for in training will narrow the choices…
When choosing peeling solutions to offer at the spa, important factors to consider include level, suitability, and formulation. LEVEL Peels are formulated as a gel, cream, or liquid solution in precise percentages of concentration and pH to exfoliate different levels of the epidermis and dermis. These levels include very superficial-, superficial-, medium-, or deep-depth. Ideally, look for a brand that offers a range of peels…
Hard wax is applied and removed differently than soft wax. Hard wax is gentler to the skin than strip wax, as it adheres only to the hair and not to the skin. It is wonderful to use in sensitive areas like the underarms and bikini line. Learning how to use it properly is a great tool. Even the best hard wax is not going to…
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