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By: Donna Martin-White
If your business’s image appears to be an afterthought, potential clients may assume that of the rest of your skin care facility, as well.
By: Michelle Calvarese, PhD
Knowing what packaging to look for and what questions to ask can greatly improve the retail success rate of the products you sell.
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By: Lydia Sarfati
Creating a sublime experience is not about what you like; it is all about fulfilling the needs of your clients.
By: Erin Carey
Today, everyone must see themselves as part of the sales team in order to make their business profitable.
By: Monte Zwang
If you are like most skin care professionals, your relationship with the financial aspects of your business may provide more questions than answers.
By: Jeri Ross
Spas have the opportunity to position themselves at the forefront of the wellness movement because their clients already are proactive consumers of health and beauty services.
By: Sara Daly
Ensure that your marketing dollars are being well spent, and you will reap the rewards of your generosity.
By: Terri A. Wojak
How do skin care professionals combat common assumptions and teach clients once and for all what is known to be true?