Cleanse. Rinse. Repeat.

A two-step cleansing process to prep the skin for the ultimate facial!

Cleansing is simple yet extremely important and effective when performed. It is often overlooked due to its simplicity. It is crucial that you double-cleanse every client that walks through your doors and train your staff to do the same. Not only because it effectively cleanses the skin, but it helps your clients relax and sets the tone for the treatment.

It is imperative to prep the skin for the desired treatment or service. Performing a facial without properly cleansing the skin is a disservice to your client. No esthetician should apply products to non-prepped skin. Whether you are performing a 90-minute facial, a chemical peel, or any other service, a double cleanse is a MUST.

Double cleansing is as simple as it sounds. Cleansing the skin twice with two different cleansers. This not only gives the skin a more thorough cleanse but gets the skin ready to allow for other skincare products to penetrate more easily. Here are a few tips to give your clients the best cleanse of their lives. It will have them hooked, and you BOOKED as they come back for more.

You really need to pay close attention by using your hands and eyes to get a true feel for your client’s skin.

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Kasey Boone
KBoone@lne.com

Kasey Boone has made a name for herself within the beauty industry through her full-service studio GLOW Skincare located in the Toluca Lake area of Los Angeles and the Beauty Biz BFF’s Podcast which aims to inform and empower other beauty professionals. The studio's line of skincare tools includes popular cold rollers and the newly launched “Perfect Facial Towel.” In 2018, Kasey was named the National Esthetician of the year by Cosmedix Skincare. She has had the opportunity to appear on Bravo’s Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, TruTV’s Upscale with Prentice Penny, and in an American Express small business Saturday radio ad.



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