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Embrace Esthetic Physicians for Greater Financial Rewards, Part II

Rocio Yaffar November 2010 issue of Skin Inc. magazine
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Editor’s note:Skin Inc. magazine. This article is Part II of a two-part series about how enhancing a physician’s services can result in greater financial rewards for esthetic professionals. Part I discussed why entry into the medical field can be a profitable endeavor for esthetic professionals, and appeared in the October 2010 issue of

As addressed in Part I of this article, which appeared in the October issue of Skin Inc. magazine, estheticians and physicians, now more than ever, have the opportunity to work together in order to enjoy financial and client-retention rewards.

Now is the time for physicians to seek out estheticians in order to incorporate their talents with medical esthetic procedures to improve the outcome of cosmetic services, including increasing revenue and rebookings, decreasing patient anxiety, offering add-ons, assisting in post-recovery and providing overall better patient results. But what exactly are some beneficial treatments that an esthetician can offer to do this? Two of the many include essential oils and body treatments.

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An owner of a medical esthetic practice can potentially double, triple or even quadruple her initial investment in the use of essential oils. “Our experience has been that when one person purchases an essential oil, or has a specific essential oil applied, since the client has multiple extended family members who may need the same type of relief—whether from stress, pain, insomnia, acne or other skin problems—two or three orders for the same essential oil may be placed by the same person within a week or so. Then, the new people will share a drop or two of their oil with other friends, and so forth,” says Robert Galamaga, education director of Miami Aromatherapy, Inc., in Miami. In essence, for rebooking and resale value, essential oil-users will tell their friends, and they’ll tell their friends, and so on and so on.

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