Through a series of events, I found myself in beauty school in 2001, at the age of 53. I hadn’t been in a setting that required homework or memorization for a number of years. The other students were either close to my own situation or were young women who had chosen beauty school instead of college primarily because they struggled in high school.
I developed little rhymes to help me learn the material at that time and thought about developing games and aids to ease the learning for others at a later time...when I was established in the field.
Now, several years later, this series of booklets are the result of my initial idea. My dearest wish is that these study guides will help many more women achieve their dream and earn their cosmetologist license in esthetics.
on Dec. 22, 2013 :
I really appreciate your passion for skin care and wanting to help people. Without trying to sound harsh or disregard your hard work, however you need to do a bit more research on your ingredient lists. Your "bad list" needs many adjustments and believe it would be so much more beneficial to the reader to know exactly why you feel the good ingredients are good and the bad ones are bad. I am not trying to knock you and am myself an organic cosmetic formulator partnered up with a professor of biochemistry. Natural skincare is very complicated and many of the items you have on your bad list are actually very beneficial and sometimes essential to skin health. I am happy to help if you have any questions, feel free to contact me. I have been formulating organic and natural cosmetics and cutting edge organic skin care for over 8 years and have studied under some of the best in the biz for 14. I only want to help and hope you do not take offence to my comments
(review of free book)