If you live in Brazil and make less than $250, perhaps you're wishing you could get Botox injections. Well you're in luck! The Brazilian Society of Esthetic Medicine is offering free Botox injections and other beauty treatments.
Sure the work is done by students, but free is free, right? Student docs get some training, so it's not totally unprofessional.
Laser hair removal, acne treatments, chemical peels and lessons on nutrition are also part of the program.
Poverty Vanity in Brazil
1. Poverty Vanity - Providing vanity treatments for low-income individuals can be a trend in the beauty industry.
2. Student Practitioners - Students using their skills to provide services for low-income people can lead to a trend in the healthcare industry.
3. Low-income Beauty Treatments - Providing affordable beauty treatments to the low-income community can be a trend in the beauty industry.
1. Beauty Industry - The beauty industry can explore the opportunities of providing affordable beauty treatments to low-income individuals.
2. Healthcare Industry - The healthcare industry can explore the opportunities of using student practitioners to provide medical services to low-income individuals.
3. Education Industry - The education industry can explore the opportunities of providing practical experience to students while serving their community.