The Curriculum Manager for Hairdressing & Beauty Therapy, Rosie Webb who has successfully published two industry books has created a chic range of skincare products branded as Viteology, and incorporated it with the student learning experience. The skincare products feature a mixture of 100% natural and highly organic level ingredients and extracts combining a unique blend of skin science.
Rosie wanted to challenge herself and her team at South Thames with a totally unique and new idea. Her aim was to integrate the training by offering a really exciting unique selling point to the students of her class as they learn the course in an exclusive brand.”quote”
The students take part in a three-day training programme, at the end of which students who pass their exams receive a ‘Viteology Skin Specialist’ pin badge.
In addition to the product training given to students, a signature Viteology facial was introduced. Different to your usual beauty treatment it includes a back, hand, arm and scalp massage as well as utilizing the power cryotherapy to energise and rejuvenate the skin.
Viteology also fully promotes and runs the ‘green goddess’ recycling program where refills and package recycling offers financial reward for clients.
The Viteology extracts and aromas are pure, premium, sustainable, super lightweight and non-oily, scientifically blended and marketed for all skin types and conditions. Some of the products include:
- Skin cream
- Face moisturiser
- Hand cream
- Moisturising gel
Rosie is proud and passionate of her achievement, she says: “I wanted to offer our students a treatment and product experience that no other college could. This range of 22 Skin and Hair products, which are 100% natural, organic and free for all unnatural perfumes, preservatives and chemical agents was just such an experience. The feedback has been phenomenal and our students love using the range and having that vital USP to add to their CV’s.”
Students from the Creative Industries department have had their work selected in a national competition to be exhibited at the award-winning Oxo Tower Wharf
Kieran Moore and Leonardo Dos Santos studying Art & Design have had their work selected to exhibit in the Origins Creative Arts Festival, which will be hosted at London’s landmark building – the Oxo Tower Wharf this August.
They take a breath, make a sound and the pulse beats in the neck; this is a basic beatbox technique with the aim to imitate the sounds of a drum machine with the voice to make a melody.