Atlanta Institute of Aesthetics Introduces Organic Waxing
Students Take it Off, organically, at Atlanta Institute of Aesthetics, a division of Atlanta School of Massage. Organic Waxing, the school’s latest green initiative, prepares students with safe products that enhance their clients’ experience and well-being. The Atlanta School of Massage is a leader in training students with eco- friendly and people-friendly practices and products. The Atlanta community benefits as they can receive eco-friendly spa services, for less, at the school’s teaching clinic, SensAbility.
The skin is a receptive organ which absorbs products you put on it. Conventional waxes contain controversial ingredients that can be harmful or irritate the skin. Mineral oil, propylene glycol, benzalkonium chloride, isopropyl palmitate, and parabens are some of the common ingredients found in waxing products that are not beneficial for the skin. Mineral oil, a byproduct of petroleum, clogs the pores which slows the skins ability to eliminate toxins. Parabens are associated with endocrine toxicity and immunotoxicity. Parabens damage cellular structure, which is the first stage in the formation of precancerous cells.
Atlanta Institute of Aesthetics skin care students practice hair removal techniques using non-toxic organic waxes. These plant based waxes are suitable for all skin types and especially gentle on sensitive skin. They leave skin silky soft, hydrated and moisturized.
Clients of SensAbilty, the school’s teaching clinic, will benefit and enjoy the new waxing services at affordable prices beginning June 2012. SensAbility will be offering membership to the Take It Off Club helping clients maintain silky soft skin all year long.
As a Silver Sponsor of the Green Spa Network the Atlanta School of Massage promotes and cultivates the vital connections between personal well-being, economic sustainability, and the health of our planet. Organic Waxing is good for the skin and a healthy alternative to conventional waxing products.