The Still Point

Meet Jojo


Jojolin (Jojo) Hector has been in the beauty industry for over twenty years and is a Master Esthetician at The Still Point. She has practiced esthetics from Hawaii to New York and is extremely passionate about making people happy by looking and feeling beautiful, especially through holistic skincare.

Her knowledge of skincare comes from years of practice in the treatment room as well as work alongside dermatologists to help get to the root of the skin’s imbalance. Knowing that beautiful skin includes a healthy diet, Jojolin puts a personal emphasis on a healthy diet and lifestyle. Meet her below.

Tell us how you got started

When I was a teenager I always wondered what the women in the white coats (at spas) were doing in the treatment room, so when I was 18 I got a job at a spa and I’ve been practicing every since.

I got my license in Malaysia when I was 20 and then I came to America (Hawaii) at 21 and then got another license in California. From there, I worked as a cosmetologist and did facials from San Francisco to New York.

What do you love most about your job?

I love when I pass the mirror to a guest and they say, “Wow you made my day.” When I see them happy, it’s the best feeling. I’ve been in the business for 30 years and I never wake up in the morning and say to myself, ‘I don’t want to do this, I don’t want to go to work today,’ I wake up excited to work, and show up early even if I don’t have any appointments. I genuinely love what I’m doing.

What do you do for fun?

I enjoy funny things, and movies; I like to laugh. I love eating. I love to cook, I grow my own herbs. I bring a mini crockpot to The Still Point to cook my lunch—I enjoy food.

Anything you do to help you find inspiration?

Every morning, I read a positive quote, practice meditation, and pray.

Finally, we've heard that the Oxgeneo Facial is your favorite, why is that?

It’s very effective and straightforward, with proven results. Everyone loves the results. I also like that I can provide guests with good information to help them understand the process and why it’s important. But, mostly, I believe in the results. My guests always see the results, and that means a lot to me.