Two of the most common concerns we see as estheticians in the winter months are dry skin and eczema. Despite having some similarities, there is a difference between these two concerns. Read below as I discuss the differences between dry skin and eczema, the causes, and how to address these skin concerns.
Category: Skin Care Science
Looking for a new treatment that all skin types can benefit from to add to your spa menu? Learn about our newest facial treatment, recently featured by American Spa Magazine, that combines a cream facial peel and seaweed and peptide sheet mask: the Repêchage Peel and Glow Facial.
“Will a facial cause me to breakout?” Throughout my career I have heard this question from clients and from time to time have estheticians ask me this question as well. Learn why clients and estheticians should not worry about experiencing severe breakouts after a facial.
Those of us with oily skin fight the constant battle of reducing the appearance of shine and oil. For this skin type, many shudder at the thought of putting anything emollient on their face for fear of increasing oil and the slick look they are trying to diminish. Is this way of thinking correct – should you avoid moisturizing if you have oily skin? Read to learn the answer and why this is so.
When I created my first Repêchage products based on our unique seaweed filtrate in 1980, I was told it would take 20 years for the rest of the skin care industry to catch on. Actually, it’s taken over 30 years! Today seaweed is one of the top subjects in international communities for development and continues to play a vital role in skin care. Learn about some of the most recent research as some of the more important aspects of the seaweeds used in the Repêchage product line.
When it comes to helping clients who are experiencing acne, whether they are teenagers or adults, education is key. Aside from discussing the importance of professional skin treatments and following an at-home care program, it’s important to discuss how bad lifestyle habits can affect acne.
Did you know around 85% of people will experience oily or problem skin at some point in their life? Learn what causes it and how estheticians can help.
Today we are lucky to have incredible skin care technology that allows us to help improve the appearance of almost any skin condition. That does not mean however, that we can lie in the sun for hours and soak up the rays. Esthetically we can help reduce the appearance of visible signs of sun damage and photo aging, but the serious risk of melanoma is always present. That is why it is so important to make sure that you clients are educated and prepared for the sun all summer long. And of course, it is our job as estheticians to advise our client’s on the best skin care practices to keep their skin healthy, beautiful and youthful looking.
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Hello all! Last week we celebrated the Repêchage 19th Annual International Conference in NYC, attended...