Gay Wardle

Gay Wardle is a well-known independent aesthetic and beauty trainer. She holds a Bachelor of Health Science in Dermal Therapies and has lectured at prestigious Sydney and Brisbane universities. With four decades of experience in the skin and beauty industry, and over a decade in education, her contributions to the Australian beauty industry have been widely recognised. Gay was inducted into both the ABIA Hall of Fame and the Reed Exhibition Hall of Fame in 2014, and named The Educator of the Year in 2015, recognising her outstanding work.

Her passion for teaching and developing advanced skin treatment programmes using modern beauty technologies are what distinguishes her. She takes pride in training therapists to provide exceptional services that go above and beyond the needs of their clients. It's no surprise that some of Australia's leading beauty equipment and product manufacturers frequently consult with her on the development and delivery of their salon training and education programmes.

Gay prioritises education and is always looking for new ways to stay up to date on the latest treatment techniques. Her interest in advanced technologies drives her to travel the world to attend skin symposiums and medical conferences.

Gay's commitment to the industry is commendable. She is dedicated to assisting others in becoming the best that they can be, and she is always willing to share her knowledge and expertise with anyone who requires it. Her enthusiasm for the industry is contagious, and her training sessions are nothing short of remarkable. With her extensive knowledge and experience, she has influenced hundreds of skin and beauty therapists in Australia and worldwide.

In addition to her educational, mentoring and teaching activities, Gay also runs one of the leading luxury Gold Coast skin clinics, SkinEnergy.


The Future Industry Leaders

Gay Wardle is introducing exclusive shadowing and mentoring plans designed for therapists serious about expanding their skillset, enhancing their customer experience and transforming their bottom line.


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