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rubydooby

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can any one recommend to me some good skincare products to invest in. i am starting up my own business, workin on my own so need a good product to use.
 

Lavander Rose

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Hello there

I had the same sort of situation until a week ago I have been mobile for 4yrs in Aromatherapy and Reflexology, did a beauty therapy course last yr and have decided to work from home.

so like you have been pondering around the internet asking anyone who would recommend a good product did the research windled it down to three

1.Prairada... nice but thought texture was a bit thick though smelt nice
2. Susan Monylex really nice product but start up cost was £599 a bit much i thought
3> Eve Taylor absolutly fantastic that is what I have gone for and recieved it yesturday,, Smells Great, Lovely to work with, NO start up costs cost me £490 THAT was with Full Product Range plus Retail range and then I got the Aromatherapy kit for £55 Bargain id say Mum loves it already lol

So id say go for Eve Taylor as you dont have to hava mininum order just buy what u want when u want it, could,nt as for more than that FANTASTIC :)
 

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I think it depends on where you work (rented room, own salon, home salon, spa etc)

Most beauty salons in town centres have a big name range to entice clients eg, Decleor, Dermalogica, Elemis etc I am kicking myself that I didn't spend more in the first place to get a well known range !

I would contact all the companies you are interested in for samples and price lists and take it from there depending on which ones you like.
 

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I also recommend that you you do a search on the skin care forums on here as there has been hundreds of discussions on this with loads of useful info on them.

Doing a search will help you to find your way around here too.
 

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No easy answer to this one. Your starting point is your budget so if you're working from home rather than a salon then you probably couldn't consider the big name ranges as they usually have a start up of a couple of thousand pounds. If you're starting up a salon then go for one of the known names like those suggested above. I like Dermalogica.

The other range I trained on was Environ. Their products are fantastic and when I trained, the start up was only £500 and the minimum order was £100. I've no idea if that has changed since then as it was 5 years ago.
 

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