Marian Bellino Saluto is a Certified Professional Electrologist (CPE) with more than 35 years experience.
She has been member, delegate, and on the Board of Directors of the American Electrology Association (AEA), a Board Member and past President of the Massachusetts Association of Electrologists (MAE), as well as a lecturer and instructor in electrology. In May 2015, Governor Charles Baker appointed Marian to the Massachusetts Board of Registration of Cosmetology and Barbering, which issues licenses to qualified individuals, businesses, and schools to ensure public health and safety
Marian has provided electrolysis services to hundreds of clients, including women, men, and teenagers. She practiced in Lexington, Kentucky; Morris Township, New Jersey; and in East Boston, Chelsea, and Swampscott, Massachusetts. In 1982, she opened an office in Danvers, Massachusetts, where she still practices today.
Marian's career in electrolysis was influenced by her mother, Phyllis P. Bellino. Phyllis helped found the MAE, was the first license holder, and was the first registered instructor of electrology. Phyllis was the chair of MAE for several years, a past President of the AEA, and worked diligently to elevate the electrologist profession. Her mother served the Commonwealth of MA as Chair of the Board of Electrology for several years.
The Certified Professional Electrologist (CPE) credential is voluntary and signifies that an electrologist's knowledge has been tested and measured against a national standard of excellence. CPE certification also requires continuing education beyond standard training.
Marian is an instructor at the Electrology Institute of New England.
In addition to practicing at Bellino Electrolysis, Marian enjoys spending time with her family, remaining involved with professional associations, teaching and lecturing, serving as a Eucharistic Minister for St. Richard Parish, hosting annual bocce tournaments, and tapdancing with the Senior Moments. Marian will team up with husband George Saluto to speak at seminars on electrology and laser technology.