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Deanna Beaver 2014 NCEA Gerson Award
NCEA
The National Coalition of Estheticians, Manufacturers/Distributors & Associations is pleased to announce that two teachers, Deanna Beaver and Heidi Phillips, were honored this year for the Gerson Award for Excellence in Esthetic Education.

Deanna Beaver, co-recipient of the third NCEA Joel Gerson Excellence in Esthetics Education award, is the Advanced Esthetics Instructor at New York Institute of Beauty in Islandia, New York. For 10 years, Beaver has been dedicated to raising the standards of the esthetics profession. Throughout her career, she has written for Dermascope and presented at The International Congress of Esthetics and Spa Conference and Career Educators Alliance convention. She has generously volunteered her time in the past year to create New York Institute of Beauty's Elite Skin Care Professionals, a networking group for estheticians that helps raise awareness on regulatory changes within the industry. Beaver wrote and implemented a curriculum approved by NYS Department of Education and NACCAS to offer advanced education for licensed skin care professionals. This past year, Beaver participated in the Milady Advisory Committee providing her expertise to help them formulate the best product for future estheticians. She also was a reviewer on several chapters for the Milady Standard Esthetics: Advanced textbook. Beaver is pursuing her own dreams of becoming a registered nurse, where she hopes to combine her passion for esthetics with her medical background. “Deanna Beaver is one of those people whose skill and dedication motivate those around her, raising the quality of teaching and learning in everyone she touches."

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WHAT'S THE LATEST?


Grey expectations
American Spa
Even if you or your clients haven't read the books, you most certainly have heard of the "Fifty Shades of Grey" phenomenon, starting with a book series three years ago and now turned into a movie. The movie opened in theaters with a record setting $94.4 million debut. With spending like that, it's no wonder the beauty and spa industry have jumped on board the franchise with their own versions of grey products and experiences. Here are a few that are sure to excite fans.
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Top spa and wellness trends to look out for
Hotelier Middle East News
The big talking points expected at the upcoming Hotelier Middle East Spa & Wellness Forum.
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Massage as medicine
U.S. News & World Report via Yahoo Health
For more than a decade, Bill Cook has gotten a weekly massage. He isn't a professional athlete. He didn't receive a lifetime gift certificate to a spa. Nor is the procedure a mere indulgence, he says — it's medicinal.
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Susie Ellis: How to build a well world
Spa Opportunities
Susie Ellis, president & CEO of the Global Wellness Summit, has shared exclusively with Spa Opportunities her thoughts on how wellness industry leaders can "build a well world" and what that world might look like.
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10 surprising stress busters
Yahoo Health
Gaining control over external stressors starts with two things: accepting that they'll always be there and being confident that you can manage stressful feelings using an arsenal of mental and physical strategies. Let's start with some effective techniques for living effectively with chaos.
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QUOTABLE


"Being an NCEA Certified Esthetician, Educator and professional has had a profound change in my life for the better. It is just as important to estheticians for advanced training purposes, support from an association, as well as keeping members involved of changes in the industry and state regulations about the careers we all love. Being the best has only been enhanced from this training and membership. You cannot get the same or even similar benefits from other organizations. This is based on United States Standards, and job skills that are necessary in today's workplace for esthetic professionals. I would want everyone I have ever taught, worked with and trained in the skin care industry to become part of this elite organization, to better themselves and the profession overall."

— Sherry D. Davis, Ph.D., Azusa, California



BUSINESS BRIEFS


3 things to stop doing to boost productivity on your team
The Fast Track
All the productivity hacks in the world won't matter if your team is operating in ways that at their core are inefficient. Here are three things to stop doing today in order to boost your team's productivity.
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15 business terms that are sure to impress your clients
Small Business Trends
When interacting with clients or potential clients, you need to be very deliberate with your language. Certain words or phrases can come across as unprofessional, while others might be too verbose or confusing. To impress clients, you don't need to learn a whole new set of complicated vocabulary words. You just need to find the right balance of professional and relate-able.
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MARKETING 101


Managing your online reputation
By Christina Thielst
Social channels provide tremendous opportunities to use your voice and find others with similar interests. Being on key social channels also makes it easy for customers, networkers and recruiters to find you and see if your education, skills, interests and goals match with their needs. However, careful consideration and management of one's reputation is imperative.
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Creating the perfect social media strategy for your company
By Cindy Woudenberg
When it comes to creating an effective and innovative social media strategy for your company, there are many different steps necessary to successfully deliver your message across multiple platforms. To expand your audience with a smart online presence, engaging content is a must. The strong relationships you want are dependent upon aligning quality content with your central mission, delivered through the platforms that make up our current and continuously changing digital age.
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SPA CLINICALS
TRENDING ARTICLE
MOST POPULAR ARTICLE
Face washing promotion for preventing active trachoma
The Cochrane Library
The objective of this review was to assess the effects of face washing promotion for the prevention of active trachoma in endemic communities.

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Creating the perfect treatment room combination
Les Nouvelles Esthétiques & Spa
Skin resurfacing is big business and it's only expected to grow. This isn't new, however, the way in which clients achieve youthful results has been greatly enhanced. Demand for laser, light therapy and other noninvasive procedures is on the rise.

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5 anti-aging tips that are mostly fiction
The Huffington Post
Whether it's noticing that your hair is turning gray or realizing that your wrinkles aren't just from sleeping with your face smushed into the pillow, many of us have panicked at the prospect of aging, desperate for any "cure" or fix-it within reach.

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TEACHING TIPS


Start educating, stop training
The Staffing Stream
How people learn and how they are taught are often not in sync. This shows up as inconsistencies in execution, untapped market potential and the need to get "back to basics." Simply put, if staff consistently did what they are supposed to do in the manner in which they are supposed to do it, execution would improve and results would grow exponentially.
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TRENDING ARTICLES
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    The best face masks for every skin condition (SHAPE)
Facilities and service top priorities for spa goers (Professional Beauty Management)
Sonal Uberoi: Top 10 spa business trends for 2015 (Spa Opportunities)
Words can boost or block your business (By Fred Berns)
Email marketing: 5 benefits and 10 success-driving tips (Business 2 Community)

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COA-APPROVED CONTINUING EDUCATION

TREATING ACNE IN SKIN OF COLOR
CE Activity approved by the National Coalition of Estheticians, Manufacturers/Distributors & Associations

COA#PCIA0609. Exp. 6/1/2017. This educational activity has been approved for 1.0 CEs.

At the conclusion of this presentation the skin care specialist will be able to:
  1. Describe the treatment modalities used to treat ethnic skin.
  2. Outline and understand the treatment options for acne and PIH.
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POLITICAL ADVOCACY


Laser & Light Therapy
NCEA
Did you know? ... It is the position of the NCEA that:
  • Skin care professionals shall be permitted to use FDA approved energy-based devices & therapies for esthetic procedures.
  • Such use shall be within their scope of practice as defined by the regulations of individual states, where such regulations exist.
  • Skin care professionals shall meet the training requirements for the use of such devices as defined by their individual licensing board or other regulatory agency.

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