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5 Biggest Esthetic Education Mistakes

Contact Author Terri Wojak, GlycoAla
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Education is a vital part of any esthetician’s career. The esthetics industry is always evolving, and it is our job as estheticians to stay focused and up-to-date. Clients today are inundated with information from many sources including social media, magazines, commercials, online searches and even friends. Some of the information received is accurate and beneficial; however, there are instances where clients are misled by false promises and inaccurate information. As professionals, it is our job to be continually educated on all aspects of the esthetics industry, allowing us to be knowledgeable and trustworthy. The following are some of the mistakes that are commonly made when it comes to education.

Terri A. Wojak is a licensed esthetician with 23 years of experience. She is the education director for GlycoAla. Prior to that she served as director and educator at True U Esthetics. She co-authored Mastering Medical Esthetics and authored Aesthetics Exposed: Mastering Skin Care in a Medical Setting and Beyond She is also a member of the Skin Inc. Editorial Advisory Board.

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