Thursday, 30 July 2020 18:42

Finding a Network: Aesthetician Self-Care Through Support

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We have all heard the term self-care, seems like everywhere you look nowadays it is being promoted, but what does it mean? Well, I think that varies from person to person; however, what is universal is that it is necessary.

Aestheticians work day-in and day-out providing care, sometimes even their clients self-care, helping people feel and look their best, setting them up for a lifetime of healthy and beautiful skin. One of the best parts about our job is knowing the impact aestheticians skills have on our clients’ skin health and well-being, how we can change someone’s day, help them reduce stress, and promote overall happiness, but what about you?

  

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2019 Andrea Gregaydis

 

 

Andrea Gregaydis is a licensed aesthetician and International CIDESCO Diplomat. She holds multiple additional licenses as a New York state instructor and nail technician, as well as certified laser technician. Gregaydis is the lead instructor at the Aesthetic Science Institute and has over 10 years of experience as a practitioner, team coordinator, and role model for hundreds of future skin care professionals. She is a contributing author to top industry trade magazines, as well as a speaker at various aesthetics conferences across the United States.

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