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Institute of Aesthetic Arts & Sciences (IAAS)

Post Graduate Aesthetic Education

In April, Trish Green returned to I.A.A.S. for two informative seminars: Understanding Menopause and Aromatherapy for Oncology.  Both classes provided a wealth of knowledge to the attendees.  Her visits are always well received.

For those who are unfamiliar with Trish she is a C.I.D.E.S.C.O. Diplomat, a doctor of Homeopathy, national level instructor of Aromatherapy and is Director of the Balnea Institute in Canada.  You often see articles in professional magazines that Trish has written. For more information on classes, schedules and admission requirements visit our website at

Mark your calendar: Monday September 16, 2013
If You Haven't Already Taken This Class You Don't Want To Miss It
Guaranteed to Dramatically Increase Your Results and Salon Revenue

See future e-mails for details including pricing or call the office (203) 262-6070.

Trish Green Seminar


*Never use a salicylic acid peel on anyone allergic to aspirin.

*Skin of the armpit is classified as biologic perfection.

Eyebrow Tweezing

Salon Service

BROW "COUTURE" The perfect eye enhancing frame is achieved by hand tweezing.  In an age of excessive use of cell regenerating products, skin can be torn or burnt by depilitory waxes, especially the delecate eye tissue.
Examples of the financial advantages of setting yourself apart as a "BROW TWEEZING DIVA".  Jan/Feb. issue of Skin Deep sites: Eliza Petrescu N.Y. books a year out and charges $128.00 pr. client while her associates charge $88.00.  Billion Dollar Brows in Beverly Hills charges $45.00 first visit and $35.00 for subsequent visits.
Remember clients come in to look and feel better about themselves.  As a professional it is your job to suggest the things that will make that happen.
Need a refresher on brows? Call to find out the next class.  (203) 262-6070.

Past Student Reaches her Goal!

Cara Barkus recently opened Serene Skincare Studio in Woodbury,CT.  
Cara has already shown that it is a great success… CONGRATS to Cara!



"My skin is dry in the winter and oily in the summer."
Your skin type does not change depending on the season. You are experiencing a change in a CONDITION of the skin not type.  There is less moisture in the air in the winter and between the cold air and wind the the heat inside our cars and homes (especially fire places and wood burning stoves), many skins become more dehydrated. Dehydration is a lack of water in the skin not oil.
Dehydration will make skin feel tight and sometimes rough leading people to believe their skin is dry.  In the summer, when there is more humidity in the air, it will feel as though they have a "film" on their skin.  It does not mean there is an increase in oil, just a response to the humidity.  
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