The SkinBase™ Business Blog

Want to maximise the profits in your beauty salon business? Let SkinBase™ show you the way, with dedicated advice for beauty professionals right here in the SkinBase™ blog.

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Before & Afters

Treating skin concerns with microdermabrasion

SkinBase microdermabrasion can help to improve a number of skin concerns. If you have clients with pigmentation or suffering from acne or acne scarring then a course of microdermabrasion can help to achieve great results. Remember, microdermabrasion is a progressive treatment, so, if clients are continuing to see improvements, persevere! You can perform up to 20 treatments in a single course if required, just remember to manage your client’s expectations and prepare them to keep going with the course if they are seeing results.

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who is microdermabrasion for
Microdermabrasion

Who is Microdermabrasion suitable for?

Whether your client’s skin is oily, sensitive, ageing, blemish-prone, dull, lacklustre, rough, or unevenly pigmented, they can benefit from a course of Microdermabrasion treatments. Microdermabrasion can help with acne scarring, keratosis pilaris, fine lines, wrinkles, and stretch marks.

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The Value of Reassurance
Beauty Business

The Value of Reassurance

The value of reassurance. Reassurance is what lets your clients know that they are in for a high quality, safe, and hygienic experience. In the beauty industry, that means clean spaces, clean equipment, sanitised workstations, and high-quality products.

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Play to Your Strengths
Beauty News

Play to Your Strengths!

One of the biggest questions we get asked by salon owners in the industry is how to stand out – especially when everyone offers similar products and treatments, delivered in much the same way. Our honest answer? It’s all about playing to your strengths and understanding how you can adapt and adjust the delivery of your own treatments to optimise the client experience.

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listening skills
Beauty Business

How Are Your Listening Skills?

If you had to define one key difference between an appointment with a new client, and one with a regular client, what would it be? It’s all in the amount of listening required with a new client vs. a regular one who you may know well.

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