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Welcome to the New Zealand Association of Registered Beauty Therapists

Your connection to the beauty therapy industry in New Zealand

By becoming a member, all beauty therapists and clinic owners, in all stages of their career or business will learn, share, collaborate, guide and support.  From the young, the inexperienced, and the student to the talented, the successful, the business savvy, and the passionate – we connect to empower ourselves and the professional beauty therapy industry, to grow and prosper.

The NZ Association of Registered Beauty Therapists is committed to ensure consistently high professional and ethical standards of its members,  whilst also protecting the general public, our clients, and our future.  The NZ Beauty Association is also the connection to our industry, where we gather information, experience and support for all our members.  Through our website, social media, training courses, meetings and forums we can access an ongoing innovative flow of trends, tips, ideas, insights of our shared knowledge and support. 

We are the go to people for beauty courses through recognised education institutions and colleges, job postings, beauty and training events, member profiles, and clinic locations around New Zealand.

We are the industry expert to guide and support the public in their quest for effective beauty treatments, to find registered and qualified beauty therapists, and explanations of all types of beauty-related treatments.

Hot off the Press - the BeautyNZ magazine!  Every member receives the exclusive edition of the bi-monthly BeautyNZ magazine, coveted by all professionals as THE reference for the beauty therapy industry.


Manicure turns to nightmare for Rotorua teen

The NZ Association of Registered Beauty Therapists Inc is working hard to educate the public about the importance of using a registered therapist. Julie Martin who handles complaints and standards for the Association responds to the latest media coverage of a complaint.

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Skin care industry missing out

Older consumers are not getting the message when it comes to using anti-aging skin care, according to a recent UK Survey.The survey, conducted by research analyst firm Canadean...

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