If you ask any aesthetic physician, it is common knowledge that having a good skincare treatment regime at home is the key to having youthful looking, blemish-free skin.
There are hundreds of thousands of skincare products out in the market and all are competing for customers. But how do you know which one to choose, whether for yourself or your patients?
This course aims to go through the understanding of why skin care is needed and what ingredients to look out for if you want specific, effective results. It will also guide you through home-based skin care and clinic-based skin care and their differences.
More advanced types of skin care such as facial peels are also covered in depth and how to choose which one and perform them. The accessory use of skin care devices such as the micro-needling equipment and LED light therapy is also explained in this course and how its use, alongside skincare applications, can enhance aesthetic outcomes.
It is strongly recommended that you complete FDN1.0 Certificate of Applied Skin Sciences prior to attempting this module to help increase your understanding of the topics covered here.
- At the end of this course, you should be familiar with the following topics:
- Revision of Skin Anatomy
- How to conduct a good skin analysis
- Being familiar with different types of general skin care products and what ingredients effectively treat what skin conditions
- Home-based skin care regime vs Clinic-based skin care regime
- Skin care in acne-prone skin
- Being familiar with different types of common skin peels available on the market and how to choose and perform them effectively
How certain skin care accessory devices help to augment the aesthetic outcome of a skin care regime, especially micro-needling and LED light therapy
Course suitable for
- Beauty Therapists
- Anyone interested to learn more about advanced medical skin care
No pre-requisites needed.