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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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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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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. 
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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. 
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Not all skin is the same and not every product is universal. Aestheticians see clients with a variety of concerns, including acne, hyperpigmentation, dryness, wrinkles, and sensitivity. Which exfoliators are a must in the treatment room and how can professionals determine the most effective treatment protocol for clients?
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As an aesthetician, I see a multitude of different clients with varying skin types, but my rosacea clients get the gentlest treatment. This skin condition can manifest in different forms and be different from one client to the other. According to the National Rosacea Society, over 16 million Americans are affected by the skin disorder, and as many as 415 million worldwide according to new research in the British Journal of Dermatology. 
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