Engaging in Productive Discomfort

Wurwand, Jane
September 2008
Skin, Inc.;Sep2008, Vol. 20 Issue 10, p64
The article discusses the need to innovate and change the treatment approach in the professional skin care business. It considers complacency as one reason why professional skin care is having a problem. To increase profits in this type of business, upgrading services and offering new treatments which will result to more clients are suggested.


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