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Aging Eyes

Posted by Terri Wojak on

Many people have caught on to how important playing up their eyes can be—after all, the eyes are known as the focal point of the face. Unfortunately, the eyes are often the first area to show signs of aging due to the difference in skin structure. The skin surrounding the eyes is up to ten times thinner compared to other areas of the face. The thinner skin around the eyes not only provides less support, but it also makes imperfections including dark circles, puffiness, fine lines and wrinkles more noticeable. There are several methods that can be used to aesthetically enhance the eye area, including...

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Truths and Myths about Cleansing and Acne

Posted by Terri Wojak on

Cleansing the skin is an essential part of a skin care regimen for all skin types and conditions; using the right product is equally important. Clients suffering from acne may not be cleansing properly, which could be due to the various advertisements promoting harsh cleansers and tools that could cause more harm than good. The following are five common myths and truths associated with acne-prone skin and cleansing. Myth: Cleansing several times a day is necessary for oily skin.Truth: Over -cleansing can strip the skin of its acid mantle, our natural occlusive barrier, leaving it dry and exposed to external irritants....

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The Realities Of And Recommendations For Rosacea

Posted by Terri Wojak on

Rosacea is a vascular disorder of the skin characterized by flushing, erythema, and telangiectasia. The visual side effects are typically prominent on the central face, including the nose, cheeks, eyelids, and forehead. Other clinical considerations in rosacea include papules and/or nodules that can lead to scarring. The one thing that all forms of rosacea have in common is chronic poor vascular hemostasis (blood coagulation). This leads to leaky vessels, pooling of blood, delayed removal of inflammatory mediators, and persistent perivascular inflammation. Prolonged inflammation leads to the formation of fibrous tissue and thickening of the skin which are characteristics of phymatous...

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Cell to Cell Communication

Posted by Terri Wojak on

A cell is the smallest unit of life that makes up all living things. Cells are the building blocks of the body that carry out specific functions. They heal, repair, and reconstruct the body. We have approximately 200 different types of cells and 30 to 40 trillion cells in the body. Cells communicate to regulate cellular functions and maintain homeostasis throughout the body. Homeostasis provides a stable environment despite external changes including temperature, bacteria invasion, sun exposure, diet, and the natural aging process. Communication is an important aspect when it comes to all relationships. The same goes for the relationship...

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Identifying Powerful Personalities

Posted by Terri Wojak on

Learning to communicate with others is the key to building and maintaining strong relationships, which reflects all aspects of life. Working with clients is no different; you can’t build solid client relationships without proper communication. This isn’t always easy, as we all have different personalities, and we tend to gravitate toward those like us. The best way to address a strong personality is to relate to and validate it. There are some common personality types to look for in clients that will help you to better address client needs. Common Aesthetic Personalities “Satisfied Sally”Sally is the perfect client; she loves getting treatments and loves you....

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