Frequently Asked Questions

How often should I get a facial?

It is recommended to get a facial every 27 days for maintenance, skin cells generate every 27 days. 

What is the best skincare routine?

The best skincare routine involves cleansing, toning, moisturizing, and protecting the skin from the sun. It is important to use products that are appropriate for your skin type and concerns.

How do I choose the right skincare products?

Choose skincare products based on your skin type, concerns, and ingredients. Look for products that are free of harsh chemicals and fragrances, and those that are non-comedogenic and hypoallergenic.

How can I prevent premature aging?

To prevent premature aging, it is important to protect your skin from the sun, eat a healthy diet, exercise regularly, and avoid smoking. Additionally, using skincare products with antioxidants and retinol can also help to prevent signs of aging.

Can estheticians diagnose skin conditions?

Estheticians can identify common skin conditions, but they cannot diagnose medical conditions. If an esthetician suspects a medical condition, they will refer the client to a dermatologist.

What are some common skin care concerns that estheticians can help with?

Estheticians are trained to address a wide range of skin care concerns. Some common concerns that they can help with include:

  1. Acne: Estheticians can help reduce the appearance of acne through various treatments, such as deep-cleansing facials, chemical peels, and extractions.
  2. Aging: Estheticians can help minimize the signs of aging, such as fine lines and wrinkles, through treatments that stimulate collagen production, such as microdermabrasion and laser resurfacing.
  3. Hyperpigmentation: Estheticians can help reduce the appearance of dark spots and uneven skin tone through treatments that exfoliate the skin, such as chemical peels and microdermabrasion.
  4. Dryness: Estheticians can help hydrate and moisturize dry skin through treatments such as hydrating facials and moisturizing masks.
  5. Sensitivity: Estheticians can help soothe and calm sensitive skin through treatments that use gentle, soothing ingredients and techniques.
  6. Sun damage: Estheticians can help reduce the appearance of sun damage, such as age spots and sun spots, through treatments that exfoliate the skin and stimulate cell turnover, such as chemical peels and microdermabrasion.
  7. Rosacea: Estheticians can help soothe and reduce the appearance of redness and inflammation associated with rosacea through treatments that use gentle, calming ingredients and techniques.
  8. Enlarged pores: Estheticians can help reduce the appearance of enlarged pores through treatments that use exfoliating and purifying ingredients, such as alpha hydroxy acids and salicylic acid.

It’s important to note that estheticians are not medical professionals and cannot diagnose or treat medical conditions. If you have a skin condition that requires medical attention, you should consult a dermatologist.