There are many types of skin inflammation that we, as estheticians, observe while treating our clients. Some may be mild, brought on by extrinsic factors, and come and go with time. Other types of inflammation are chronic and may interfere with our clients enjoying their daily lives. The treatment of these conditions vary depending on their underlying causes.
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Acne, the unwelcome guest that often overstays its welcome on our faces, has been a persistent concern for many. From adolescence to adulthood, the battle against acne can be relentless. However, in the realm of skincare, a shining star has emerged in the form of acne patches.
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In recent years, the world of skincare has witnessed a paradigm shift with the rise of probiotics as a powerhouse ingredient. Traditionally associated with gut health, probiotics are now making their mark in the realm of skincare, promising a myriad of benefits for a radiant and healthy complexion. 
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As estheticians, we are licensed to work with the integument, treating it according to what we learned in school and what is allowed within our scope of practice. As a practicing esthetician with over 16 years of experience, I have heard my share of skepticism regarding product efficacy and the effectiveness of topical treatments as compared to more invasive modalities. 
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More estheticians and dermatologists than ever are embracing a gentler, less aggressive, and invasive approach to skin health, and their clients are thriving. Chronic conditions caused by both intrinsic and extrinsic factors, such as eczema and dermatitis, are alleviated, and confidence is restored.
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With the scorching sun and soaring temperatures of summer, it's essential to adapt your skincare routine to the changing weather conditions. While taking care of your skin is crucial all year round, some skincare treatments that work wonders in cooler months might not be suitable during the summer.
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Many clients tend to over-exfoliate their skin in hopes of sloughing off dead cells and achieving a fresh and renewed complexion. This belief is a misconception; the skin is a very efficient organ and does not require daily exfoliation.
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