Facials

blossom

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I’ve seen a course for a face lifting facial which appeals greatly since I think a lot of my clients would be interested. I don’t do any other type of facial so my question is, is there a range of skincare I could use which would be suitable for ALL skin types to keep the actual facial basic and the emphasis would be on the Marma point massage. My work room is already packed to capacity pretty much, and I haven’t got room for lots and lots of bottles for lots of different skin types (although I realise that would be the ideal)

Interested to hear from anyone who offers this already and how popular you find it.
 

squidgernetball

Ubergeek
I’ll pm you x
 

Vicky Shaw

New Member
Hi Blossom,

I work for a skincare company and we have a range of skincare that is used during facials and other non surgical treatments, I would be happy to send you some samples and information.

If this would be of interest please Contact me.

xx
 
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Kanzy

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JayM

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Moves like

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You can get base cleansers for example that aromatherapists use, obviously don't add anything. They probably do other base products but they may be more expensive than usual products.
 

ReVivebeauty

Active Member
I’ve seen a course for a face lifting facial which appeals greatly since I think a lot of my clients would be interested. I don’t do any other type of facial so my question is, is there a range of skincare I could use which would be suitable for ALL skin types to keep the actual facial basic and the emphasis would be on the Marma point massage. My work room is already packed to capacity pretty much, and I haven’t got room for lots and lots of bottles for lots of different skin types (although I realise that would be the ideal)

Interested to hear from anyone who offers this already and how popular you find it.
Hi Blossom,

Although I do normal facials I also do 'Natural Face Lift Massage or Facial Rejuvenation Massage' taught by the LCICI. Not sure if this is the type of facial you are referring to but I do the facial completely dry as the massage soon increases natural sebum production.
 

blossom

Well-Known Member
Hi Blossom,

Although I do normal facials I also do 'Natural Face Lift Massage or Facial Rejuvenation Massage' taught by the LCICI. Not sure if this is the type of facial you are referring to but I do the facial completely dry as the massage soon increases natural sebum production.
That’s interesting ... I’m doing my course next month so will wait and see what I learn ... I’m thinking ahead too much! Thanks everyone for your help
 

ReVivebeauty

Active Member
That’s interesting ... I’m doing my course next month so will wait and see what I learn ... I’m thinking ahead too much! Thanks everyone for your help
Hope you enjoy the course Blossom
 
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