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Do you have a beauty business? Would you like to educate your clients about your products and services with high-quality visuals?

These posters are designed to position you as the beauty expert. They help stimulate great conversation, prompting them to ask questions, giving you the opportunity to educate and inform your clients about your products and services.

Informative, attractive and thought-provoking, these posters will enhance visual display in your beauty business helping you sell more products and services.

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FACE MAP

Breakouts & Rashes

What your skin is trying to tell you ©2021

When helping people with acne, breakouts and skin rashes, we as beauty therapists use face mapping to gather clues about what the possible cause can be so that we can better address their skin problems. Over the years I have noticed that when people break out or have rashes on certain parts of their face there is sometimes a link to internal conditions. This face map is similar but a different to the ones you will find elsewhere and is based on my experience dealing with people skin concerns over the past 30 years. I use it to gather clues during a skin consultation to help me determine the possible causes of the breakouts or skin rashes.

Face Map Jana Elston
This is a low-resolution sample of the poster, you will receive a high-resolution poster.


Face Map Poster 
Please include a postal address at checkout. Postage is within Australia only. If you would like shipping outside of Australia, please contact me for a quote. 

A0 poster size (1189 x 841 mm) jumbo size
A1 poster size (841 x 594 mm) * Most Popular! Standard size fits post frames.
A2 poster size (594 x 420 mm) small poster

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Face Map Poster

Hydrated Skin is a Healthy Skin

Protect & hydrate your skin this winter with a professional-strength hydrating cream. ©2021

Do you see a lot of clients with dehydrated skin? Is their skin feeling tight, dry, showing fine lines & wrinkles and looking dull? It's important to educate your clients that their skin is dehydrated!

This poster will prompt your clients to think about how to re-hydrate their skin and give you the opportunity to talk to them about the importance of barrier repair to prevent the problem from getting worse. Dehydrated skin can lead to premature ageing, skin sensitivities, acne, dermatitis and eczema. Great conversation starter to teach your clients to see the first signs of dehydration and teach them how you can help!

Hydrated Skin is a Healthy Skin Poster by jana elston for the beauty business
This is a low-resolution sample of the poster, you will receive a high-resolution poster.

Hydrated Skin is a Healthy Skin Poster 

Face Map Poster 
Please include a postal address at checkout. Postage is within Australia only. If you would like shipping outside of Australia, please contact me for a quote. 

A0 poster size (1189 x 841 mm) jumbo size
A1 poster size (841 x 594 mm) * Most Popular! Standard size fits post frames.
A2 poster size (594 x 420 mm) small poster

Select below:

Hydrated Skin is a Healthy Skin Poster

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