Healing the Industry, the World and Ourselves

Wurwand, Jane
September 2010
Skin, Inc.;Sep2010, Vol. 22 Issue 9, p44
In this article the author reflects on the importance of skin care profession as a healing force in a fiscal and physical sense. She suggests taking care of skin first for world-healing before macro level conditions. She also mentions the relationship between the spa professional and the client wherein she emphasizes that social touching is essential to civilization. She adds that skin care industry provides women wonderful opportunities for creating financial independence and personal wealth.


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