Anastasiia Diachenko is a 24-years-old skincare specialist that aims to chart a new course in the global aesthetic industry. The personal assistant of the owner of LOTUS – Ukrainian Center of Aesthetic Education and Self-development, and founder of a private esthetic office in Manhattan, recently announced plans to launch a network for aesthetic education and professional development.
“I want to share my professional experience with my American colleagues so that together we could not only help women become more healthy and beautiful but also provide them with a feeling of happiness and self-confidence,” said Anastasiia. “I’m focused on partnering with education centers that let certified skincare professionals in the US obtain a certificate of continuing professional development”.
There has been an increasing demand for skincare solutions globally, as more people seek ways of staying attractive without compromising the health of their skin. However, American skincare professionals seem to be lagging, with recent stats showing that they cannot effectively compete with their European and Ukrainian counterparts in terms of their expertise. However, Anastasiia Diachenko aims to change this narrative by developing a program that would help “highlight the complex issues of skincare, new industry techniques, technologies, skincare products, and procedures.”
Anastasiia Diachenko is a graduate of the National University of Food Technologies (Kiev), majoring in food industry engineering. She is known as the creator of a unique acne treatment method, popularly known as the “Diachenko method,” which was first used in 2017 in Ukraine when she was 19. Since 2020, she has successfully implemented the method in the US in her skincare centers including Concept Day Spa at 2801 Avenue U, iSpa beauty salon at 2825 Cropsey Avenue, and most recently in a new location at 353 West 48th st 3rd floor, office 332 New City, New York.
The advocate of the “complexity” approach, which is based on using cutting-edge skincare technologies as well as her unique method of treating acne, is set to develop the next generation of forward-thinking successful aesthetics professionals with the launch of her development network.
“In order to achieve my vision, it’s important to attract a group of investors and partners who, like myself, believe in its success,” stresses Anastasiia.
“Of course, my methodology encountered criticism among some old-fashioned estheticians. I don’t feel the need to engage in disputes with them. The results that my clients get when they choose to put their trust in me speak for themselves. I’ve had many cases when those who criticized my method came knocking on my door later,” said Anastasiia stated addressing the issue of potential rejection of the “Diachenko method” in the US.