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Beauty students changing faces with help of iiaa

25 March 2014

iiaa skin analyst Sophie Bennett was interviewed by BBC Radio Wiltshire when she teamed up recently with beauty students at Wiltshire College’s Aspire salon to provide expert consultations.

The students gained a fascinating insight as they listened in on Sophie’s assessments of the on-screen results from the Visia imaging system. They got further involved in the event by preparing clients’ skins for their analysis, carrying out facials and retailing products. 

Wiltshire College was one of the first educational establishments to be named Centre of Excellence in the iiaa’s College Programme, recognising their inclusion of Advanced Nutrition Programme, jane iredale and Environ’s complete inside-out system in the curriculum. 

Heather Terrington, Programme Leader for Beauty Therapy said: “We had a fantastic day, the students did a wonderful job arranging and running the event, which was for their chosen charity Changing Faces. We are also very grateful to the IIAA for sending the Visia machine to help them in their fundraising efforts.”

Amber Franklin (pictured left, with iiaa’s Sophie Bennett and BBC radio reporter Mel Kimmer) chose to study Beauty Therapy at the College specifically because of the reputation of the course and its links with the iiaa. Amber, who makes a 40 minute commute to study said: “It is definitely worth travelling the distance.”

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