Your Checklist - what you should expect
Take this checklist to your first consultation to ensure you are being served by the appropriate and best qualified professional beauty therapist.
- Your professional beauty therapist should display their product, technology and industry qualifications and industry certifications in the salon.
Ask to see them.
- Your therapist should listen to and address your goals, offering you solutions that you understand and are comfortable to proceed with.
- Your therapist should be proficient in performing the treatment you are considering and should be able to advise you of the expected results.
Ask them for client testimonials and ask them to tell you what the effects of the treatment will be.
- Prior to your treatment you should undergo a comprehensive consultation to ascertain specific details about your personal requirements.
- Your professional beauty therapist should be able to answer all your questions about the treatment and what outcomes to expect. Ask them.
- The Therapist should have a comprehensive knowledge of the products and active ingredients being used in your treatment and how these ingredients affect the skin. They should advise you if you are going to experience any specific sensations so you know what's normal.
- Your therapist should not offer you a special deal to entice you to take the treatment, unless it meets your skin requirements and other expectations or if it is complimentary to your treatment.
- AABTh members should dress and act in a professional manner and will require staff, students and apprentices to do likewise.
- AABTh members will maintain clean, hygienic premises and equipment to the approval of the Association and the Department of Health.