Thai Herbal Poultice

An herbal remedy for the times

One distinction between Estheticians and Massage Therapists that became abundantly clear as stay at home restrictions were lifted was the ability to offer services without removing the clients face mask. While an understandable safety measure, it left Estheticians in a quandary since covering the mouth was undoubtedly an obstacle that would prove difficult to overcome. As restrictions fluctuate and fears spike, this may well be a pivotal moment for body treatments, as we try to determine what is safe, what is allowed and what is possible in caring for our clients.

A Shift in Mindset

The challenge is how to shift the mindset of someone wanting a facial to booking a body treatment, which leads me to introduce the Thai Herbal Poultice. Its body work that clients love receiving, massage therapists love giving, and Estheticians can modify into a body treatment that falls within their scope.

Its body work that clients love receiving, massage therapists love giving, and estheticians can modify into a body treatment that falls within their scope.

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Cecily Braden
CBraden@lne.com

Cecily Braden Founder of CJB Beauty Secrets and recognized leader in the wellness industry who has been educating spa professionals in the United States, Canada, Mexico, Asia and Europe since 1994. CJB Beauty Secrets was started as a result of her passion for Southeast Asia and desire to offer unique products and services that maintain the traditional techniques and philosophies of international cultures. Her Gua Sha Facial Fusion and Thai Herbal Poultice Facial Massage hands-on training programs have achieved International acclaim, and are supported with her range of patented facial massage tools.



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