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If you're a new esthetician just starting out and are thinking of becoming a booth renter or opening your own spa one day, you need to know about some of the forgotten or hidden costs and supplies of running your own business. When it comes to providing the best in professional skin services, there are all sorts of gadgets and devices to help you work on the skin, but not too many people talk about the everyday items you'll need to keep your business running. Here are some non-treatment lifesavers that you'll want to include on your "must get" list.
When it comes to starting your own business, you want to make sure that you're prepared for all of the responsibilities you'll be taking on. Some of these items are so obvious that they're often forgotten. Make sure to reserve part of your business prep plan specifically for these life-savers and you'll save yourself from some headaches down the road.
Mary Nielsen grew up in Minnesota but calls Portland, Oregon home for the past 30 years. She is the Executive Director of Spectrum Advanced Aesthetics Institute and serves on the board of Certified Advanced Estheticians for the state of Oregon. She is a happily married grandmother who has been thrilled to be working in the never dull field of advanced esthetics for over 17 years. She spends her free time outdoors or at her sewing machine.
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