Founder of The Laser Beautique Franchise, Beautique Brands and Beautique Academy, Tzvia Hermann, is no newbie in the beauty and aesthetic industry. Tzvia grew up spending most her time in her mother’s salon. Completing an IT Diploma allowed Tzvia to move to the UK where she travelled, studied Law through correspondence and dabbled in every field imaginable. Working in various departments and industries proved invaluable. During Tzvias time in the UK and traveling Europe, her passion in beauty and aesthetics lead her to research and experience different treatments, technologies and products in many cities. Exploring many countries contributions to the aesthetic industry fascinated Tzvia.  After 10 years’ experience working in the UK and traveling, Tzvia retuned to South Africa where she pursued her dream of specialising in aesthetics and opening her own aesthetic destination. Today Tzvia is an internationally recognised laser specialist and trainer. Her award winning Laser Beautiques have revolutionised the beauty and aesthetic industry by pioneering a host of invasive and non-invasive laser treatments, cosmetic procedures, grooming and beauty treatments throughout the 11 clinics situated in Gauteng and the Western Cape.  Beautique Brands was founded when Tzvia decided to start a distribution business which brings brands such as Apilus, Snob Milan, Coolifting and Otentik to South Africa. Beautique Academy is South Africa’s first online Beauty Academy which started off offering advanced beauty courses such as electrolysis, laser modules, management training. Future plans to roll out all beauty modules are underway.



Beata Basson has been in the industry for over 10 years, having completed her somatology degree at Isa Carstens Stellenbosch. After her studies she worked on Carnival cruise liner as a spa therapist.

Returning to SA, to expand on her aesthetic skills, she worked in CT and later moved to JHB to grow in the field as a trainer and sales representative for international product houses.

Beata Basson believes that education is the key to success and no matter how long you have been in the industry one needs to keep up with the pace of technology and ensure that all students are 100% comprehensive to work in the field.

She prides her work in seeing her students succeed.


“If you have knowledge, let others light their candles at it”

– Margaret Fuller