Latest news, information and inspirations on all topics relating to the skin care industry - expressed by our very own thought leader - Florence Barrett-Hill.
Some 15 years after I originally wrote this article, I still come across therapists and aestheticians practicing somewhat "outdated" techniques and procedures related to the humble application of the mask. I've revived it once more; as both a reminder and a wake-up call to the educators who are still teaching largely obsolete practices.
In an earlier one of my ‘Flo says’ publications, we talked about hydration treatments and mentioned a little about how the relevant ambient humidity can affect the results of a treatment. I often say in class that you have to think like a ‘weather presenter’ and consider if the treatment is seasonally appropriate or if the correct procedure has been chosen for the client's living, working or play environment.
Repair, Replenish, Regenerate. These three Rs should be second nature to every beauty therapist and form the foundation of effective corneotherapy, but they have also been abused extensively for retail marketing purposes. Learn how to use these three Rs as a methodology of thinking that will truly separate corneotherapy from the domestic retail market.
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