New Training Course Available From Mid-May!
A Sugaring Revolution!
Sugaring by Skin Candy
Scandinavian Skin Candy pastes are very easy to use, and all of your customers will have a much more comfortable and pleasant epilation experience. Since the hair is removed in its natural direction of growth, the treatment is much more gentle and pleasant. It is safe to use even for customers with allergies, dry psoriasis and dry itchy eczema. You can even treat the same area several times if necessary to extract even the shortest and most coarse of hair, the paste includes sugar alcohols that make the paste moisturising and antibacterial. Sugar has been used to heal wounds for ages. Sugar, especially with Xylitol, helps to prevent infections while promoting healing due to its antibacterial features.
Why Choose Skin Candy?
Skin Candy is different to any other brand on the market, the xylitol in the sugar pastes makes them much much easier to use for the therapist. The xylitol is a much stickier substance than normal Fructose or Glucose therefore it stays much more stable during the service. The pastes will not travel on the skin and remain in a workable state for the entire body.
Who Is This Course Suitable For?
This course is for therapists already trained in waxing or sugaring or for beginners (beginners will need to book an extra training day after Day 1 is complete). This course requires you to have a full treatment so therefore you must come with untouched legs, bikini line, armpits, eyebrows, lip and chin. This is so you can feel the sensation of receiving a skin candy treatment and relay this to your potential customers. During your training, you will learn how to safely carry out Skin Candy treatments on various areas of the body in addition to maintaining high standards of hygiene and detailed home care advice for your client.
If any students have a medical reason why they cannot have a full treatment please inform us upon booking.
This course runs from 10am to 5pm
Health and Safety
Skin Candy vs Waxing
Consultations and Contra-indications
Pricing and Marketing