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Health & Beauty | Wednesday, 24 September 2008

Grooming workshop by Dermalogica

Don’t judge a book by its cover – But let’s face it how many times do we go against this saying? It is so easy to judge people simply by looking at their body language, the clothing, the hairstyle and yes, the skin.
Personal Grooming is a core element in the delivery of a service in both public and private areas. Image is powerful non-verbal communication and unfortunately, how we look on the outside is how others will judge us if they do not know us personally. Clients’ perception of a well-presented person is critical and can have lasting impressions.
Nowadays most front liners and office workers in most organisations, have dress codes or even so are provided with uniforms in order to present and communicate the company’s image to the external world.
The next most exposed thing in public after your body and clothes is definitely our skin.
Dermalogica believes that skin care is not about beauty; nor is it about pampering, luxury, indulgence or glamour, but like taking care of your teeth, a health necessity.
Neglecting general hygiene can create negative comments from others, regardless of how brilliant you are at your job… And this applies to both men and women.
Biocare Company Ltd in collaboration with Dermalogica International Dermal Institute would like to invite you as an Office worker, Business man, Front liner, Hairdresser, Consultant and all your colleagues to this unique grooming workshop, addressing the non verbal visual skills needed to have a healthy and vibrant looking facial expression.

Subjects covered :
• Introduction to the skin
• Why cleansing
• Knowing your skin type
• The Skin and Men’s Shave
• Fun with Skin bar

If you feel confident you will act confident so
Get your real time face mapping skin analyses now!
Grooming courses are designed for genders accordingly.
Call Biocare company Ltd on 21 42 44 01/2/2 Freephone : 800 74 100

Email : info@biocaremalta.com
www.dermalogica .com

 


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24 September 2008
ISSUE NO. 551

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