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A 20-year veteran esthetician with a focus on esthetics in a medical setting, Wojak is the esthetics director, founder and lead educator for True U Education in Chicago.
Complexions Spa announces the launch of an aromatherapy bar. Aroma Bar allows clients of Complexions Spa to design their own aromatherapy body products.
Jessica Shea was recently announced as the new director of Hilton’s global brand spa in order to direct management and product development concept ideas.
The workshop has been created to help skin therapists become more familiar with combining Dermalogica’s professional products with innovative technology to execute cutting-edge treatments.
“This career move is the ideal next step for me,” Nelson said. “Dermodality puts the emphasis on education and the focus on science meeting aesthetics.”
10/27/2016 | Erin Madigan-Fleck, N.M.D., LMC, LEI, Naturophoria
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In Kitzbühel, Austria, the Global Wellness Summit gathered at a sold-out location with more than 500 invitation-only attendants from 45 different countries to present six leadership awards to reward the recipients for helping shape the global wellness economy.
From Nov. 1-7, 2016, Larchmont Sanctuary Spa will be offering the Election Escape Package for the client who needs to forget the news for a while.
10/24/2016 | Katie Anderson
Receptionists, estheticians, massage therapists all the way up to spa directors or managers have to love people. This love is exuded in their customer service and treatments to shape the client’s experience.
“I’m thrilled to see other companies not only embracing the benefits of our Himalayan salt products but also showing concern for the social and environmental effects of how these products are sourced."
Jindilli and Faye’s Light will provide products and training to spas that wish to participate with this cause by donating four hours of treatment time to those undergoing cancer treatments as well as to their caregivers.