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Health & Beauty CVs in Durban

If you want to study beauty therapy or healthcare, it is important to speak to a professional who can update your health and beauty CVs in Durban. In your CV, you will list your expertise, whether this is a nail technician, dietician, threading technician, masseuse, or professional waxer. There are many advanced beauty courses covering laser hair removal and semi-permanent make up.

Threading

Threading is a form of waxing, although it requires a specialist who pulls out each of the hairs one-by-one. This method can sting, but it is very effective for shaping the eyebrow. It is affordable and often completed within five minutes. The therapist will require you to hold down your lid while the hairs beneath the brow are plucked. It is now commonplace and there are many private beauty booths situated in shopping centres who focus solely on threading. Once the eyebrows are shaped, they are easier to maintain.

Laser Hair Removal

This is a popular method of hair removal used in beauty salons. They use diode laser technology that has proven in clinical trials to reduce re-growth of hair on a permanent basis. This technology can be used to treat the legs, bikini line, face, chest, underarms, and back, and results are visible after a minimum two sessions.

Dietician/Nutritionist

Although dieticians and nutritionists are similar in their role, a dietician is a law regulated health professional who has a degree in dietetics. When a patient is experiencing obesity, high cholesterol, or an eating disorder like bulimia, the GP will refer him or her to a dietician. A nutritionist has no Government recognition, unlike dieticians, and often works in a private setting. They incorporate detoxification, diet, and nutraceuticals to help a person retain optimum health. However, the South African Association of Nutritional Therapy is working on getting this profession recognised by the healthcare sector within the Government.

If you have completed a degree in dietetics, you will want to update your health and beauty CVs in Durban. Popular beauty credentials include pedicures, Swedish massage, threading, facials, and laser hair removal; while a nutritionist can provide advice on diet and supplements to help your body regain optimum health.