Even though COVID-19 vaccines have been approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and are currently being administered, experts predict it is going to be a while before things fully return to business as usual. With that in mind, the beauty world continues to look for new ways to innovate and make close-contact services safer. When it comes to spa and skin care services, it seems professionals will be seeing more of holistic and medical aesthetic practices merging.
There are multiple layers that go into creating a facial treatment that not only provides clients with results but also gives them a sense of balance and recovery. Supplying great skin care along with a relaxing facial may feel good, but it may not be sufficient enough to retain clients. Professionals should offer clients a soothing sense of touch that improves their results and makes an in-person treatment more valuable.
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Beatrice Van is an award-winning aesthetics master educator. She is an enthusiastic and positive self-starter with over 17 years of progressive experience in the beauty industry. In addition to her role as clinical caster aesthetics educator at Spectrum Advanced Aesthetics, she is the clinical director for Fearless Beauties, a certified advanced aesthetician, makeup artist, and nail specialist. On her days off, she works at Indie Esthetics helping her clients look and feel like the very best versions of themselves or off traveling throughout North America as an education ambassador for CND and Fearless Beauties. Her passion is to empower both students and beauty professionals to boldly invest in their education and strengthen their skills, while elevating standards in the industry.