This year’s two-day event will be on Saturday and Sunday, November 10-11. Those days will be busy, with classes and the Expo Hall under way both days. Friday is reserved for Expo Hall setup. This year we’re adding some two-hour, product-specific classes. This new option offers more opportunities to learn. These classes won’t count for continuing education, but they will be included in the count for the 8 hours in the basic registration fee of $100 for professionals and $75 for students. For your convenience, you can now complete Southern Spa & Salon Conference registration online. Of course you can still register by mail or by phone. But offering this new option is another example of our conference’s exceptional service. This year’s changes are not our first, and they won’t be our last. But some things will always stay the same. We’ll always offer one-on-one education from the best instructors in the business. You’ll always discover quality products and the latest services. And our conference will always offer everything you would find in larger, more expensive venues — plus world-class personal attention. So, whether you’re just starting out or working up to retirement, Southern Spa & Salon Conference offers the superior, affordable education you want. Plus the pleasant, supportive environment you deserve. See you in Hickory!
Hale & Hush founder Kris Campbell will be teaching the following classes during the conference:
DO NO HARM: SPA GUESTS WITH HEALTH CHALLENGES
Saturday, 5:00 pm/Classroom E, 2 CE Hours- Esthetics, Cosmetology (SA500-E)
Servicing clients with health challenges is more important than ever for today’s spa professional. Many things must be considered so as to “Do No Harm”. This class will discuss understanding what a health challenge is, knowing your scope of practice. Attendees will learn how to use an intake form and other sources to get the answers needed to provide clients with safe facial treatments. This lecture will also discuss how to provide a proper spa room environment and types of products and treatments for your sensitive client.
HOW TO READ AN INGREDIENT LABEL
Saturday, 1:00 pm/ Classroom E, 2 CE Hours- Esthetics, Cosmetology ( SA100-E)
Learn to read and understand how a skincare manufacturer sets up an ingredient label. This lecture will discuss many of the common ingredients and their forms that show up on an ingredient label. Various marketing terms and what they mean in describing skincare will be discussed so it will be easier to help clients choose the proper skincare for home use along with creating safe, productive facial treatments at the spa.
SENSITIVE SKIN INGREDIENTS
Sunday, 1:00 pm/ Classroom E, 2 CE Hours- Esthetics, Cosmetology ( S100-E )
Many clients now are claiming to have sensitive or reactive skin. The spa professional needs to determine how to properly treat in the spa room as well as what ingredients will help the skin. Discussion will include an understanding of the triggers as well as the challenges that a client with this condition may have. This lecture also will include various ingredients that will support/repair barrier function, reduce inflammation, increase hydration and be gentle on acne-type problems.
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