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Start with a proper skin care consultation. Asking your client questions about their diet, water intake and current skin care products are questions that will help you determine what skin care regimen is needed. When your client is ready to leave, send them off with a written, home-care regimen  that has the skin care steps they need to keep their skin healthy.

Signature Facial for All Skin Types

    1. Double Cleanse with a Facial Cleansing Gel.
    2. Tone with Lavender Toner.
    3. Exfoliate with a soft AHA Micro Polish scrub.
    4. Providea Microdermabrasion, Dermaplaning, Skin Scrubber or any other machine or technique treatment for exfoliation. Or you can just skip this step.
    5. Apply a thin layer of Papaya & Pineapple Enzyme Mask. Use with Steamer or hot towel compress. Leave on for five to ten minutes depending on skin type and rinse. Enzymes help to digest and gently exfoliate skin leaving it polished and glowing.
    6. A hydrating hand massage is nice while they steam.
    7. To soothe apply a lavender gel, and leave on for five to ten minutes. You can apply hot towel compress if client doesn’t have issues with redness.
    8. Apply a treatment Antioxidant Eye Cream; here you can do a relaxing eye massage.
    9. Apply the appropriate Treatment Serum, and, depending on the client’s skin type, you can do a light relaxing facial massage. *Optional – can penetrate with Skin Scrubber or Ultrasonic Machine.
    10. Moisturize with appropriate moisturizer, light moisture cream for normal to combination, vitamin rich cream for normal to dry.
    11. Apply Sun Protection.

Clarifying & Purifying Treatment for Oily, Combination and Acne Prone Skin types

    1. Double Cleanse with a Clarifying Cleanser.
    2. Tone with an AHA Toner.
    3. Apply Clarifying Mask, can apply with steam or hot towel compress, and leave on for five to ten minutes. The Clarifying Mask contains activated charcoal and will help to pull out toxins and impurities from the pores, making extractions a lot easier.
    4. Provide a hydrating hand massage.
    5. Exfoliate with a Microdermabrasion, Dermaplaning or Skin Scrubber treatment or any other machine or type of technique. Or, you can just skip this step.
    6. Can do extractions here if needed. Limit extractions to about five minutes.  Using Q-tips with a gentle nudging technique is the best way to avoid hyperpigmentation or spreading of the bacteria. Extractions are basically the kiss of life for dull, broken-out skin. Preparing the skin properly will lead you to less scarring, inflamed bumps and long lasting redness. Remember, it took more than one day for the pores to become clogged, so don’t expect to clear out all pores within the first visit.
    7. Apply a thin layer of Papaya & Pineapple Enzyme Mask. Use with steamer or hot towel compress. Leave on for five to ten minutes depending on skin type and rinse. This enzyme helps to exfoliate gently and calm the skin after extractions.
    8. Massage Lavender Lotion to neck, shoulders and upper back.
    9. Apply the Under Eye Nourishing Cream, and here you can do a relaxing eye massage.
    10. Apply a Clarifying Treatment Serum. *Optional you can penetrate with Skin Scrubber or Ultrasonic Machine.
    11. Apply Light Moisturizer for normal or combination skin. For acne-prone skin types leave a Clarifying Serum or the Lavender Gel Mask as a moisturizer.
    12. Apply Sun Protection. Make sure your client goes home with a good sun block.

Dry and Mature Skin Facial Treatment for All Skin Types and Especially Sensitive Skin

    1. Double Cleanse with Antioxidant Enzyme Cream Cleanser.
    2. Tone with a Lavender Toner.
    3. To exfoliate the skin apply a thin layer of Papaya & Pineapple Enzyme Mask leave on for five to fifteen minutes. Use this with a steamer or hot towel compress. You can apply a couple of drops of Lavender Essential Oil in the towels. Most sensitive skin types can tolerate a gentle enzyme, but if it feels too tingly just rinse it off. If the client has issues with redness omit the heat portion.
    4. A hydrating hand massage is nice while they steam.
    5. Apply a Hydrating Mask and take the time to massage the neck and shoulders for extra pampering. You can apply a hot towel compress with the hydrating mask. Leave on for five to ten minutes.
    6. Massage shoulders and upper back.
    7. Apply an Antioxidant Eye Cream, and here you can do a relaxing eye massage.
    8. Apply hydrating Treatment Serum. The Antioxidant Serum is perfect for plumping and hydrating dry skin. *Optional – you can penetrate with Skin Scrubber or Ultrasonic Machine.
    9. Moisturize with Vitamin Rich Cream for Normal to Dry skin.
    10. Apply Sun Protection.

Some states have restrictions on the use of Microdermabrasion, Dermaplaning, Acids and other products or gadgets. These are just examples, make the decision of what is right for your client. Adjust the facial protocol to your client’s skin type and sensitivity. Recommended protocols are designed to give you an idea of where to use products in your treatment room.  Contact us with any questions 972.372.0203 or visit us at aestheticbackbar.com.

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