I am a new aesthetician, and I purchased a skin care business lately. ONCE I first approached the previous owner over this past year, I wanted to find out if there was a way I possibly could work for her-learn the industry a little bit better. Since I’ve used the same product she used for over fifteen years, I thought that was what I needed to work with. Being the wonderful saleswomen she actually is, I bought the business.
Now I am in the process of learning what this means to be successful. I love your site and your website. I especially like what you have to say about “anti-aging.” Your method of healthy skin sounds so similar to what I would like to step into and be able to offer.
Kind of intimidating knowing you are out there, with so much knowledge and experience. I am right now learning everything I can. I give an incredible facial, I was fully trained by the prior owner and by the skin care company, too. I know we are officially competition, but truthfully I’d like to synergy with you somehow and study from you.
I wonder when there is any way this can be mutually beneficial. What do you think? Wow, well great job to you! Starting a new business-and new career-is a whole great deal to bite off. You are wished by me best wishes of success in your brand-new experience. So far as “competition”- there is really no competition.
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People go to who they like and use the products they prefer. Our companies are in actuality very different. So far as learning from me, yes, I have already been an aesthetician for over 30 years and also have run my salon business for 22 years. I certainly have accumulated a lot of knowledge during all this time. But you will be learning from your clients ultimately, your business, oneself every day from here on out.
Words can only just take you up to now, it is experience-face after face-that will give you the experience you are looking for. The first few years after school was where my education began really. I read a lot and studied what interested me as it pertained to skincare. Choosing a path that interests you and trusting that eventually, over time under your belt, you shall start to emerge as the aesthetician you see yourself being is what I recommend.
It’s practical experience (as time passes) that will make you great. Several aestheticians have approached me to state how much the two books I’ve written have helped them understand epidermis and its care. Finally, this past year I created a new blog for experts; it’s called Help for Aestheticians: Starting a Business (see link below). There you will find many articles about how exactly to perform a skincare (or any personal service) business-or at least how I have effectively run mine.
Best wishes to you on your journey! I am a training aesthetician and am wanting to build a clientele. I am experienced, but I took a while off to have my children and also during this time period my husband was deployed. So I’m back now! I hear people say things like, “Don’t facials hurt?
” and “I break out after facials” or “I have sensitive pores and skin.” I think it’s mainly because they aren’t using the right products. Just how should i get these interpersonal visitors to make appointments for facials beside me? I’m beginning to get pretty discouraged because I know my stuff and I feel like I’m good at what I really do! Thanks so much for your time and effort. My business is definitely and continues to be built on referrals.
Conduct some free seminars locally, and talk about the answers to all the frustrations you talked about in your email to me. If you know your stuff-share it. The others will follow. If you are a aesthetician or anticipate becoming one, please visit my blog Help for Aestheticians: Starting a business. You will find plenty of information written simply for you Here.