Observer on Saturday - - Lifestyle -

Read­ers we’ve com­pile the be­low facts about beauty ther­apy, mostly sourced from the net and in­ter­views from other beauty ther­a­pist. It is very in­ter­est­ing read we thought it be would help­ful to those who would love to per­sure in this in­dus­try.

Beauty ther­a­pist gen­er­ally works in the com­mer­cial sec­tor, of­fer­ing spe­cial­ist ser­vices, treat­ments and ad­vice for the skin, body care, mas­sage and make-up of in­di­vid­ual clients. There is a di­rect re­la­tion­ship be­tween the nature and qual­ity of the ser­vice re­quired, and the­p­ay­ment­made­bythe­client.There­fore the beauty ther­a­pist has a con­tin­u­ing re­spon­si­bil­ity to work pro­fes­sion­ally and in­ter­ac­tively with the client in or­der to give sat­is­fac­tion and thus main­tain and grow the busi­ness. Beauty ther­apy is closely as­so­ci­ated with other parts of the ser­vice sec­tor, such as hair­dress­ing, fash­ion, and me­dia and with the many prod­ucts and ser­vices that sup­port it, nor­mally for com­mer­cial pur­poses.

Beauty ther­apy also has an im­por­tant ther­a­peu­tic role in sup­port­ing in­di­vid­ual’s self-es­teem and con­fi­dence. It also helps to ame­lio­rate the ef­fects of ill­ness, and can aid re­cov­ery.

The beauty ther­a­pist works in a one on one re­la­tion­ship with clients and can be part of a wider team. What­ever the struc­ture of the work, the trained and ex­pe­ri­enced beauty ther­a­pist takes on a high level of per­sonal re­spon­si­bil­ity and au­ton­omy. From safe­guard­ing the health and well­be­ing of the client through scrupu­lous at­ten­tion to safe work­ing,toachievingex­cep­tional­makeup ef­fects for spe­cial oc­ca­sions, ev­ery treat­ment mat­ters and mis­takes are largely ir­re­versible.

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