Aesthetician Lucy Eaglesham has spent 15 years as a leading aesthetician at Chumash Spa in Santa Ynez. Her passion and dedication to skincare has kept clients coming back time after time. Read on to hear her perspective on skincare, the spa industry, and more.
What was the path that led you into the spa industry?
It was an easy transition from healthcare. I truly enjoy the science behind skincare!
How long have you worked at Chumash?
15 years and going strong.
What’s the best part about working in the spa industry?
Being on the front lines of trends and innovation in the industry.
What makes a great aesthetician?
Truly understanding skincare. Educating myself and my clients on the benefits of ingredients in skincare and helping them make the right decision for their skin type and skin concerns.
What is your personal philosophy?
Keep it simple but effective.
What is your favorite treatment to perform? To receive?
I LOVE our Advanced Perfecting Facial which is the HydroPeptide Apple Stem Cell peel combined with the Pumpkin peel. This treatment will leave your skin glowing!
What are two things about you that most people don’t know?
I was an X-Ray tech for 30 yrs and worked in a hospital and I LOVE to dance!
What trends do you see taking off in the near future?
Young people taking skincare more seriously. The millennial generation is becoming very savvy in skincare and trends.
What is your favorite HydroPeptide product to recommend?
I LOVE the Detox line! The Probiotic Essence is my absolute favorite!
How do you approach recommending home care to a client?
We always ask what they are currently using, and then ask them if they think it’s effective? Pending on their reply… I make recommendations.
What areas of skincare do you think are the most neglected?
Ears for sure. They get sunburnt, blackheads develop there. Whatever you do on our face, you should do for your ears i.e. wash + SPF.
If you could work in any other profession in the world, what would it be?
The fashion industry for sure!
What is your skincare pet peeve?
People buying products based on the price rather than quality and what’s right for their skin.
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