Years ago, the concept of ‘Wellness in the Workplace’ was unheard of. But, it has become more and more popular in many industries over the last couple of years. In today’s day and age, life is much more demanding, fast-paced and people are spending more time at work. This means less time to exercise and focus on our wellbeing.
Make sure you never stop moving forward! As with any professional qualification, the skin, body and nail care industry is no different in that you need to keep up to date with the trends, developments and thought leadership within your chosen field.
Knowing that the skin is our largest organ and certainly the most visible one, we would all agree that maintaining it in optimal condition is important.
Make Up trends constantly change, and even though we get our inspiration from the catwalk, Make Up artists, magazines and product brands, everyone has different styles and interests. Nevertheless, 2019 has a little something for everyone.
The world is changing, and nowhere is this more evident than in the world of Education. In today’s classrooms, educators have realised that students learn best when they are taught to their own unique style and ability. An effective 21st century educator has the ability to teach and reach all learners using each characteristic and…
Studying and furthering our education is an important part of our lives. There are fortunate people who don’t need qualifications or further studies to achieve success, but the majority of do.
Exciting times are ahead for matrics and graduates of 2018. Those all-important decisions you made of your subject choices in grade nine in order to pursue your dream career/s has come to fruition. As 2019 begins, big decisions are made, and concerns as to whether these decisions are right and for the right reasons are…
Loyalty before royalty…. What does this mean?
Good morning everyone. And a very warm welcome to all of our guests attending our 2018 Graduation.
South Africa has the second largest incidence of skin cancer in the world. The Cancer Association of South Africa (CANSA) is urging all South Africans to become more sun smart to reduce the amount of skin cancer