Depending on exactly what kind of business or health/beauty practice you have, there are multiple ways to use this training to augment your services, increase your revenue, help more clients and stand out from your competition.
If you’re a skincare formulator you will have a LOT more knowledge of nutrition which can be included in your actual skincare products as well as offer clients beauty nutrition tips and share the official beauty nutrition handouts with them. You could create a new holistic package where your clients receive bespoke skincare, beauty nutrition advice and a curated selection of beauty nutrition handouts and recipes tailored to their needs.
If you’re an esthetician or spa therapist you can advise your clients on hydration and which foods to include or leave out of their diets to help any skin issues they come to you for. You can curate a collection of beauty nutrition handouts (from the library) to help with their specific skin issues. If you have training in spotting certain nutritional deficiencies in the skin, hair and nails – you’ll be able to tell them which beauty foods have those specific nutrients in.
If you’re a health food creator, detox retreat owner or juice bar owner you’ll be able to use this your training and new knowledge of beauty foods to design amazing recipes, meals and treats that will detoxify, de-age and beautify your customers.
If you’re a qualified (and insured as) nutritionist or health coach you can distil this knowledge into your bespoke client treatment plans and personalised diets for your clients. Augmenting their health solutions and giving your clients a big boost by making them look younger and more beautiful every day.