Written By Dasha Saian Marchese - September 06 2022
My own fertility journey began in 2020 with two pregnancy losses, and the realization I needed to see a reproductive specialist. Endless injections and a year and a half later, I had Alexandra with the help of IVF. While everyone is different, and each pregnancy is unique, in this article, I tried to highlight some of the more commonplace skin conditions and changes that pregnancy brings on.
With all the constant advancements in our industry, estheticians have never been in a better position to achieve the best anti-aging results for our clients’ skin. There are endless choices of products and modalities available that promise to improve our bottom line, attract and retain new clientele, and gain a competitive edge over other skin care professionals in our area.
Approximately 85% of people between the ages of 12 and 24 experience at least some form of minor acne. Not all acne has the same causes or succumbs to the same cookie-cutter treatment plan. The first step in treating your client is identifying the symptoms and creating a holistic program encompassing diet recommendations, in-treatment product, and homecare recommendations.
When treating the acneic client, successful results come from a combination of a consistent homecare routine and professional treatments that are tailored to their acneic problems. One of the most important things to remember when treating clients that suffer from acne is that cross-contamination must be eliminated.
Currently, more than 20 million women are affected by uterine prolapse, birthing injuries, and incontinence. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists 40% of women have psychological distress from female sexual dysfunction, but only 14% consult a physician about sex during their lifetime.