Again, we share all this to not create more noise, but to help you cut through it. We know opinions and feelings on the current climate of COVID-19 varies wildly, but our job is to support you in your journey to esthetic success and this is the best way we know how to deliver on that promise at the moment.
While we have our hands in a variety of projects here at Herbal Skin Solutions, when creating and developing new products, we always focus on answering the same core question: how does this product elevate the realm of natural skincare and the esthetic industry? Although chemical peels are nothing new in the skincare space (after all, even Cleopatra believed in the power of Lactic Acid, as she was known to bathe in milk), and we’ve certainly come a long way since the 1920s Hollywood starlets who ripped their faces off with phenol blends, there still felt like there was room...
By Kindra Ellsworth of Esthetics by Kindra Have you ever looked at your skin and envisioned it as a visual map of the many fits of laughter you’ve experienced, or the seasons of stress, or that time you ate an entire tub of ice cream? Okay, perhaps you haven’t thought about it in that much detail, but, it benefits you to start looking at your skin through this lens because as you’ll learn in the paragraphs that follow, your skin is like a story. Everyday your skin is absorbing the surrounding outside world — sunlight, water, skincare products, human...
Many of them are starting the New Year, our team included, at a crossroads of being so busy that they are either forced to say “no” to some things [ which we discussed in depth and with tips in The Way-Too-Nice Esthetician’s Guide on Boundaries (From One Who Learned the Hard Way) ], or to expand their team.
If you’re finding yourself at that crossroads of scaling your esthetic practice in the coming year, here are three checkpoints for reflection to help you navigate your decision and help you expand should you choose to:
To grow your esthetic practice, you have to invest time, energy, and of course, some money to grow and experience an exponential return. However, when it comes to investing in new modalities, education, products, or other assets that can serve your clientele and overall business growth, you don’t have to fork over all your cash and hope for the best.
What if, instead, you could both gauge your audience’s interest in something new you’re considering bringing into your business while also having those interested clients fund your investment?
It’s a process called mastering the art of the pre-sale, and in my opinion, it’s the best way to onboard any new service or modality you plan on introducing into your esthetic practice.
Here’s my go-to 3-step process for pre-selling like a pro: