Christine Heathman

Master Aesthetician, LME, LMT, CME

CEO & Founder of GlyMed Plus®

Christine Heathman, Master Aesthetician, CME and LMT is the Founder and CEO of GlyMed Plus and the GlyMed Plus Institute of Skin Science™. With over 25 years practicing clinical esthetics, her experience with the medical profession is well established.

Christine Heathman is an esthetic pioneer and was nominated as a 'Legend in American Aesthetics'. Synonymous with Age Management, Christine is a powerful speaker, world-wide lecturer, educator, author of several skin manuals, has written hundreds of skin science editorials. She was recently selected to the editorial board of a leading skin journal and is an innovator in the research and development of
unconventional and progressive skin care and protocols used in the most prestigious skin care and medical clinics all over the world. A leader in her industry, owner and CEO of GlyMed Plus, a professional only skin care line, Christine has appeared several times on the popular health care program, The Doctors, to share her skill and expertise in Medical Skin Care. Recognized as a major influence in the field of Aesthetics by the American Aesthetician Education Association, Christine has remained steadfast and loyal to the professional, applying her extensive knowledge and experience to facilitate American Esthetics, and remains a commanding and authoritative influence in the skin care industry today.

Esthetics Industry Academy Award Equivalent

Recognized for her work as a skin care expert, Christine Heathman received the Crystal Award in Aesthetics in 2014. Christine Heathman, an esthetic pioneer, is a licensed master esthetician, lecturer, educator, author, mentor and advocate for the esthetic industry. As the owner of GlyMed Plus Professional Only Skin Care. Heathman has been a leader in research and scientific skin care and protocol development for 30 years and is an expert in aging, acne, skin of color, pigmentation and skin challenged by dermatological, pre- and post-surgical and congenital conditions.

In the esthetics industry, the Crystal Award is the equivalent of an Academy Award. For those professionals who work endlessly and selflessly to improve the standards of the esthetics industry, recognition is well deserved. The Crystal Award, sponsored by Les Nouvelles Esthétiques & Spa, recognizes the efforts and longevity of those individuals who have given so much to the profession.

Christine Heathman Appointed to State Board

On July 31, 2014, Christine Heathman was appointed to the Utah State Board of Cosmetology/Barbering, Esthetics, Electrology and Nail Technology Licensing. Christine Heathman played an instrumental role in establishing the first Master Esthetic License in the country in 2001 and is thrilled to be nominated to the board where she can continue to affect the requirements for state licensing. The appointment comes from Utah Governor, Gary Herbert.

The three-year appointment charges Christine with carrying out a number of important responsibilities relating to licensing and in protecting the interests of the people of Utah. The opportunity to review current licensing issues and work on legislation related to state licensing is something that Christine takes seriously. Working alongside staff members from the Division of Occupational and Professional Licensing, Christine Heathman will have a number of duties and responsibilities to perform over the coming months.

In 2000 Christine Heathman worked tirelessly with other business leaders in the community to lobby the Utah State Legislator to require licensing for everyone using chemicals in the treatment room. She keeps the original signed House Bill, HB105 as a treasured memento of her work. Utah was the first state to enact a Master Esthetic License in 2001. Since then Virginia, Washington and California have each passed legislation requiring licensing for aestheticians and master aestheticians.

The three-year appointment charges Ms. Heathman with carrying out a number of important responsibilities relating to licensing and in protecting the interests of the people of Utah. The opportunity to review current licensing issues and work on legislation related to state licensing is something that Ms. Heathman takes seriously. Working alongside staff members from the Division of Occupational and Professional Licensing, Christine Heathman will have a number of duties and responsibilities to perform over the coming months.

Utah was the first state to enact a Master Esthetic License in 2001. Since then Virginia, Washington and California have each passed legislation requiring licensing for aestheticians and master aestheticians. The current requirements a license in Utah are 600 hours for an esthetic license (LE) and 1200 hours for the master esthetic license (LME). In 2000 Christine Heathman worked tirelessly with other business leaders in the community to lobby the Utah State Legislator to require licensing for everyone using chemicals in the treatment room. She keeps the original signed House Bill, HB105 as a treasured memento of her work.

Christine Heathman is a skin expert and esthetics pioneer who has helped to shape American skin care throughout her 30-year career. She helped pass the first state Master Esthetician license, has appeared as a guest expert on popular national television, and has been described as a "legend" in the profession. Christine is the owner of GlyMed Plus Professional Only Skin Care and remains an innovator in research and development of unconventional and progressive skin care protocols, used in skin care and medical clinics all over the world.

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