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Class is in Session: Spa Owner Brings Advanced Esthetics to Ohio

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Jaclyn Peresetsky, a spa owner based out of Columbus, Ohio, has announced the opening of Skin Perfect University.

Skin Perfect University offers advanced classes for accredited estheticians, including makeup techniques, permanent makeup, chemical peels, dermaplaining, microdermabrasion, nutrition for skin care, cryotherapy, color analysis and more.

Located in a 3,200 square foot space, the school includes a theory room, clinical training room, makeup and color studio, skin analysis room, concierge and reception space, and five treatment rooms. Among the seven staffers are esthetics instructors and ColorMePerfect Color Analysis consultants. (Peresetsky is the creator of the ColorMe Perfect Color analysis process and cosmetic line, along with the Skin Perfect skin care line.)

“There are 160 beauty schools in Ohio and none of them offer this kind of advanced training,” said Peresetsky, who also owns the Skin Perfect Image Wellness Spa. “In speaking with many of these schools, I have learned how much this kind of education is missing from our industry. I’m thrilled to see how excited they are to have this advanced training available for their graduates right here in Ohio. It makes it easier to keep and grow great talent right here in the midwest.”

Skin Perfect University will host a grand opening party on March 22, 2019, during which licensed estheticians and spa owners can receive a facility tour, experience product and service demonstrations and learn more about the school from Peresetsky.

“My passion has always been educating clients and estheticians about skin care, color analysis, and beauty,” said Peresetsky. “After speaking at beauty conferences across the United States for the last several years, I understand what education estheticians need to further their careers, and I’m thrilled to be able to help advance the professionalism of our industry by offering it.”

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