I’m back home now after my international business trip and am loving the perfect Maleny spring weather.
For the final leg of our international business trip, we spent a wonderful morning with Nest Beauty trainers from China and Hong Kong, which involved a lot of translation from English into Mandarin and Cantonese — thank goodness for interpreters as I’m a bit rusty on charades!
Mukti Organic Skincare is one of the few skincare ranges that meets the stringent ethical and environmental guidelines set by Nest Beauty.
After a delicious yum cha (much enjoyed after all the Parisian fromages and baguettes) I spent the afternoon doing one-on-one facials with the media.
It was so wonderful to have hands-on experience with the products again, after a really busy period working on the business.
I really enjoyed chatting about the products and sharing my story about how and why I created Mukti Organic Skincare.
I was also fortunate to have an assistant by my side passing me all the necessary items, which made the facial just as relaxing for me to perform.
I think that one of the key elements when giving or receiving a facial, massage or any form of bodywork — to be fully present with the client and to give them your undivided attention.
After our media engagement we received this lovely feedback from Mabs Potter, the beauty editor at AsiaSpa magazine:
“It was great to meet you on Friday and learn about the Mukti products and history. I am very impressed with the formulations and look forward to hearing more about your new anti-aging line when it launches. Thank you for the facial, it really was lovely.”
It’s wonderful to be back home now and I’ve enjoyed the past couple of days working from my home office and catching up with my daughters.
It’s fun and exciting taking work trips to Europe and Asia, but there’s nothing like coming home and lounging around in my trakky daks and ugg boots all day — how deliciously indulgent!