Live from IECSC: Facebook Live with Satin Smooth

Get to know Satin Smooth with a Facebook Live from American Spa // Photo via @satinsmoothpro on Instagram

For attendees of the International Esthetics, Cosmetics, and Spa Conference (IECSC) in New York each year, the large, purple-clad booth featured in the video below should look familiar to you. Satin Smooth, Conair Corporation's luxury wax line, can typically be found with an eye-catching booth right near the entrance of the annual trade show. This year, American Spa got up close and personal with the popular brand to talk about what's new and see how the show was treating them. American Spa's associate editor Samantha met with Susanna DiSotto, director of marketing for Satin Smooth, to talk about the brand's newest Gem Wax collection and see first hand the Satin Smooth way of waxing. Tag along as American Spa gets an exclusive tour from the Satin Smooth team in the Facebook Live below.

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