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  • Top 3 Post-Grad Courses Every Skin Therapist Should Take

    Tara - tempOur industry has evolved from the idea of applied beauty to in-depth knowledge of skin, and there are several trends in continuing education that exhibit these changes. We have noticed an abundance of post graduate workshops and seminars that promise profitability, but will they truly deliver? Let’s take a look at three hot skin care classes that can elevate your skill set as a professional skin therapist that will wow your clients, and maybe even a future employer.

    Medical Skin Care

    The medical field is utilizing skin therapists evermore to help improve the health of a patient’s skin pre and post-surgery. Skin treatments are usually offered as part of a package combined with medical procedures; thus making a huge opportunity to grow our skill set and become profitable when working hand in hand with doctors. Sign up for a class that discusses common MediSpa procedures such as injectables, lasers and skin needling and how to navigate the MediSpa environment.

    DERM_IDI_Modalities_31521Advanced Exfoliation

    Are you properly prepared to offer state-of-the-art treatments like hydro-dermabrasion, ultrasound and/or chemical peels? Just because we can use these tools doesn’t mean we understand their full potential. For that reason, education will allow us to learn how to get the most out of our treatments. Take a class that shows you how to apply these advanced exfoliation techniques and how they can be used alone or other with products. Incorporating these advances in exfoliation can help you give express treatments that yield immediate results!

    Oncology Skin Care

    Cancer has long been considered a contraindication for professional treatment—that is until now! It all starts with one question: Do you have any compromised lymph nodes? This question opens up a conversation with a client to let us know how to proceed with the proper modifications. Learn about oncology skin care to understand proper modifications for massage, products to avoid, and how to safely care for an oncology patient. Not only are you performing a beneficial service, but also growing your business at the same time.

    Don’t know where to start? Take a look at IDI’s class offerings (USA) and lectures such as: Medical Skin Care: What Therapists Need To Know; Acids, Peels, and Exfoliants; and Cancer Aware: Client Safety and Lymphedema. No matter where you work or the treatments you offer, it is always important to stay CONNECTED!