Spectrum Advanced Aesthetics Institute has reopened its clinic floor to the public, after being closed for 16 months because of the pandemic. As part of the reopening it is introducing a new client services manager and retail store.
The clinic floor allows students to provide standard and advanced esthetic services under the supervision of licensed esthetics instructors.
The new retail store, ‘Essentials,' offers medical grade skin care lines as well as apparel, including T-shirts and hoodies, and esthetic student supplies.
Adam Merkle will greet clients in his role as client services and retail coordinator. Merkle is a licensed advanced esthetician. He previously worked at Morphé, where his role as a beauty artist built his skills in retail and inventory management.
"I’m looking forward to being the first face to greet clients as we reopen our clinic floor and excited to offer a welcoming customer service experience and introduce them to options available in Essentials for home skin care with Epionce, Skinceuticals, iS Clinical and more," said Merkle.