Silhouet-Tone Partners with Catherine Hinds Institute of Esthetics

Silhouet-Tone has partnered with the Catherine Hinds Institute of Esthetics to offer customers technological advances and esthetics industry training. “With this partnership, Silhouet-Tone will be providing Catherine Hinds Institute with the latest and most innovative skincare technology while offering a new strategically located facility to better serve its valued customers,” says François Requier, general manager at Silhouet-Tone USA. The medical esthetics device and furniture manufacturer selected the Catherine Hinds Institute as a partner because of its reputation as a pioneer within the beauty industry. With Silhoyet-Tone’s help, the Catherine Hinds Institute will build public awareness of the institute’s innovative technologies within the esthetics industry, as well as provide personalized skincare advice and advances through a series of new seminars. The Institute will also benefit from Silhouet-Tone’s expertise in medical esthetic technology and the company will help train the Institute’s graduating beauty professionals using the most progressive equipment and furniture. “This new collaboration enables us to provide our students with an even more extensive range of superior tools to help them meet their goals,” says An Hinds, president and director of Catherine Hinds Institute. The Institute will set up a new showroom for Silhouet-Tone’s equipment. It will also allow for the students and the public to get an up-close view of the latest advances in esthetics technologies and to participate in seminars about the technology and the beauty and esthetics industries.

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