Knowing the difference between pore-clogging and acne clearing ingredients
Discussing ingredients among skincare professionals can be an all-day affair. This is a good thing because ingredient knowledge is essential for estheticians. This is especially true for those specializing in specific and complex skin conditions such as acne. As you may know, acne is a hereditary disorder of the pores caused by retention hyperkeratosis, however, breakouts can be made worse by the type of products and ingredients we use on the skin. It’s not only skincare products you and your clients need to inspect for pore-clogging ingredients but also cosmetics, hair care, laundry detergent, and anything else that comes in contact with the skin.
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