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  • Jump Into Spring Clean Skin

    March came in like a lion and is going out like a lamb. Slowly sweaters are moving toward the back of our closets, which means more skin will be getting exposed. Aside from shedding away cold weather gear, now is the time to get your clients ready for Spring by deep cleansing their skin.

    Let’s take a look at the top 3 electrical devices that can be used to deep cleanse the skin.

    Electrical Brushes: Various rotating brushes can be used with cleansers or exfoliants to provide that “power cleanse” during a treatment. If clients have a similar device at home, suggest products they can use with the device. Combining a creamy cleanser and an exfoliating scrub once a week could be that extra boost your clients are looking for.

    Ultrasonic: Using vibrational sound waves can get stubborn particles and build up to move, revealing cleaner healthier skin. Really want to customize their treatment? Alternatively penetrate specific ingredients like peptides for aging, brightening ingredients for pigmentation or soothing extracts for irritated skin to make the treatment target specific.

    Direct High Frequency: After extractions use Direct High Frequency to intensify drying and healing of inflamed acne lesions. The germicidal effect not only eliminates excess oil but also provides that deep cleanse within the follicles. Pesky breakouts that will not go away? Combine Direct High Frequency with a leave-on spot treatment containing Benzoyl Peroxide, Salicylic Acid or Colloidal Silver, alongside Vitamin C and watch that spot disappear without a trace!

    Of course as the seasons change, your clients’ skin care needs will change. Make sure that you thoroughly analyze the skin and recommend any changes they should incorporate into their routine. Of course with the weather warming up its evermore important that clients are remembering to apply their sunscreen. It might not be summer yet but warmer temperatures mean more time outside.

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