News · 3/23/2022

CIDESCO News in Brief 02

BY Erika Ferreira

In our News in Brief this month, we’re pleased to announce that the new CIDESCO International website will be going live in early March. Created with our members and students in mind, the new site has a modern design and streamlined navigation. This enables our visitors to discover the full range of CIDESCO qualifications, easily locate their nearest School or College, Salon & Spa and learn about the many benefits of a CIDESCO membership.  We hope you enjoy visiting.

CIDESCO Education at Professional Beauty London

We are very excited to announce the CIDESCO Education Stage will be at Professional Beauty London on 3rd April.  The varied schedule from our industry experts covers nail and brow demonstrations as well as educational seminars exploring how to treat pregnant patients and those with cancer.  Speakers include the founders of the Black Micropigmentation Association; Helen Beckmann, Senior physiotherapist specialising in oncology; Catherine McInerney of Pregnancy Massage Australia®; and Marian Newman, Nail Professional &  Chair of the Nail Services Forum for HABIA.


If you’re looking for a new job then do follow CIDESCO International on our social channels as we regularly post new opportunities from our members and associates from around the world.  Whether you are a Beauty or Spa therapist, Nail Technician or Spa Manager, there are a wide range of wonderful jobs at leading spas and salons for you to choose from. You can follow us by clicking on the social icons at the end of this email.

Beauty, Spa & Wellness News

Industry news from around the globe

The Global Wellness Institute reveals latest Global Wellness Trends

Last month we brought you the beauty trends, this month, it’s wellness. The much awaited Global Wellness Trends are now available. From Urban Bathhouses & Wellness Playgrounds to Senior Living Disrupted and Wellness Welcomes the Metaverse, there are 10 trends to watch this year.

How light therapy may accelerate the healing of skin damage

New research from the University of Buffalo reveals that low-dose light therapy may accelerate the healing of skin damage from burns and radiation therapy by up to 50%. It works by reducing inflammation, improving blood flow and helping wounds heal up to 19 days faster.


We’re delighted to announce that Elna Hagen from South Africa is the winner of our CIDESCO LINK magazine competition. Elna wins some beautiful luxury beauty gifts from BABOR, BIOLINE JATÒ, Jacqueline Piotaz Cosmetics, Mavala and Thalgo. If you haven’t yet read the 75th anniversary of CIDESCO LINK magazine you can read it here.

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