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Folliculitis is a form of skin irritation characterized by tender red spots on the skin that originate from the hair follicle. It results when bacteria enter the hair follicle and becomes infected, creating a red spot or pustule on the skin. Folliculitis can occur on any area of the body, but it is most common on the more sensitive areas, such as the chest, back, and bikini area. Although folliculitis is not completely avoidable, there are important tips to consider to help reduce the chances of it occurring.
Take a walk down memory lane this Valentine’s Day as we honor the creator and founder of Alexander’s Aesthetics
Take a walk down memory lane this Valentine’s Day as we honor the creator and founder of Alexander’s Aesthetics: Alexander Desy. His vision of providing ongoing support for estheticians through education and quality products has kept us going for 30+ years.
What’s the best career decision you’ve ever made?
Returning to school to complete my MBA. My undergraduate degree was in human kinetics, and after graduating I worked for a marketing company that focused on managing events. I loved the role’s fast pace and on-the-spot problem solving, but after two years I felt it was time to get more business-specific training. I’m so glad I did it as it prepared me for my current position.
To what do you attribute Lycon’s success?
The quality of the product. I’m proud to stand behind something I believe in and that our customers love worldwide.
The beauty industry is always changing. There is a constant influx of new modalities and ingredient technologies being launched in the spa market, as well as in the mass market. Knowing what your clients are doing and using is critical to bringing them skin care success and avoiding adverse reactions. The good news is skin care professonals already have the perfect tool to obtain this information from the client—the intake form.
The intake form should be utilized on every visit. Have the client fill out the full form before their first visit, with a shorter form available for subsequent visits that is updated with any changes in medications, health, home care, wellness services and skin care treatments. By keeping these updates on file, you are protected if an issue was to arise with the treatment you are performing. This article reviews the critical information you need to include on your intake—both basic and medical—to ensure that you are getting all the information you need to perform successful treatments with no unwanted side effects. Continue reading