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Posted: June 9, 2008, from the January 2007 issue of Skin Inc. magazine.
page 14 of 20
“Testing should be performed before to any products being dispensed to the client. It should be done periodically, so that the client can see the improvement. A battery of objective tests will accelerate the spa to a level above the average and increase the credibility of the services. Clients will develop loyalty and confidence in the treatments that are provided. The rate of referrals will increase.”
James E. Fulton Jr., MD, PhD consultant Vivant Pharmaceuticals
Q: What can medical esthetic technology do for a spa’s bottom line?
“When patients see results, they become repeat purchasers. Happy patients also spread the word through their personal networks, bringing more patients and dollars to a location. Effective, well-rounded and reliable cosmeceutical products that incorporate the latest technologies are an essential revenue stream for any successful medical spa.”
Alison Adams-Woodforddirector of product developmentPCA Advanced Skin Care Systems