Dual Licensed Aestheticians & Massage Therapists

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Dual Licensed Aestheticians & Massage Therapists

For any skin care specialists/massage therapists wanting to share experiences, or for anyone interested in becoming dual-licensed.

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Latest Activity: Jun 6

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Does anyone know if a esthetician can perform stones on the faceContinue

Started by Yolanda Claibourn. Last reply by Darby Ann Trovato Aug 9, 2015.

Organic and Chirally correct products 5 Replies

I use Osmosis Pur medical skin care, for about 4 yrs. It really does work with all kinds of skin conditions and challenges... For massage I love using gel, anyone have any other products they like to…Continue

Started by Sylvia L. Shapiro. Last reply by Tina unger Apr 8, 2014.

Liquid Collagen for Skin and Joint Health

Hi fellow LMT's! I hold a dual license in massage therapy and esthetics for 12 years. Have you heard of BioCell Collagen?? I was first intrigued by this company because I could sell it in the spa I…Continue

Started by Morgan Miller May 9, 2013.

What products are you using? 9 Replies

I love hearing about new organic products or a recipe that you like using on your clients. I'm currently using livia skin care products.

Started by Alisa Dudley. Last reply by Sandra Kazenko Dec 30, 2012.

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Comment by Sylvia L. Shapiro on April 25, 2014 at 12:27am

I am still using Osmosis pur medical skin care and have been since its beginning!  All companies go through changes and Osmosis seems to stay very current with the present and future skin care needs of its clients and distributors.  

I see no need to look elsewhere, because that is where I came.

I also now have added the Blue Onyz microcurrent to my menu.

Good luck and maintain a positive attitude..

Comment by Kimberly Cummings Nyamekye on March 28, 2013 at 6:30am

Happy Spring time every one, summer is just around the corner any good summer ideas, So looking forward to the warm weather have a great and wonderful Easter Holiday.

Comment by Kimberly Cummings Nyamekye on January 16, 2013 at 1:49pm

Hi every one just join this site, very nice and convenience to have the dual licensend. I have enjoy giving both services.

Comment by Deborah Kenney on September 22, 2012 at 6:41pm

Just joined this group-I'm wanting to know-do you see more massage clients or esty clients? Have been MT for 13 years-Esty-hair over 1. For the most part I was about 25% increase in business from esty-mostly waxing-seems harder to get regular facial clients, but with school starting, the bottom has fallen out. Is it the reverse for the ones who were esty's first then MT's?

Comment by Veronica Gonzales on May 4, 2011 at 2:02pm
Yes ur right the regular price for a facial micro or facial peel starts at 110. For a 50 minute treatment
Comment by Cindy Greenwood on May 4, 2011 at 1:34pm
@Veronica.  I am sure that YOU know how to give a great service! I don't know where you are located...the price for your massage is already a VERY good value.  And at 75.00, a facial with peel or microderm is a steal! In our area basic facials are about $80 with peel or MDB at closer to $120. So - I am thinking, using the rates you listed (unless you end up raising your facial prices) A regular massage and regular facial would be 2 hours and cost client $140.  So if you were offering a massage/facial combo (rather than regular back-to-back services) to make it more attractive you would give a small discount...you are working 90 instead of 120 minutes...maybe $125.  The $150 would be a higher price than your regular rates, so I don't see where a client would book this option.
Comment by Veronica Gonzales on May 4, 2011 at 10:07am
I belive what makes a good treatment aside from good product and technique is heart. It has to come from ur heart and I alwys do my best to give more than they expect and its important that we as professionals in demand not get overwhelm and take on more than we should to prevent  becoming burned out. As they say  work smarter not harder. My massages usally start at 65 an hr the facial includes a peel or micro starting at 75.00 rebooking 2 to 4 wks apart. What do u think?
Comment by Cindy Greenwood on May 4, 2011 at 5:02am
Hi Veronica! I recently booked a facial/massage combo at a local spa. It was nice. But neither service measured up for me. The massage was very light and general and the facial was only so-so. If you can provide exceptional service at that price, it is a great value for the client.
Comment by Veronica Gonzales on May 3, 2011 at 8:04pm
I had been an esthetician for 2yrs incorporating massage of the arms neck face and feet, when I decided to go to massage therapy school. I began telling my clients I would soon be able to offer massages with their facials. I now offer a massage and facial, starting with the client prone, when my client turns supine I then go immediately into the facial working on the arms and legs during steaming and masking. I've been able to charges on average 150. For an hour 1/2. I would like to hear your comments .
Comment by Andrea Stein on April 11, 2011 at 12:19pm
I enjoy being able to offer facials followed by a massage to my clients and it beats having them go elsewhere! Its a nice convenience for the client as well!
 

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