Deep Cleansing Detox Facial

For deeply clogged and acneic clients

 

Let’s begin with the very definition of detox: De·tox (verb) to abstain from or rid the body of toxic or unhealthy substances. Clients and potential clients are constantly asking for detox facials and products, but what does that mean exactly for skincare specialists? In addition to the daily exposure to pollutants and UV damage, there are many reasons one would feel the need to detox their skin: after a day at the beach, after a camping trip, or even after a night of heavy makeup use. Situations like these can usually be taken care of at home with a thorough double cleanse and a clay or enzyme mask. But there are situations where someone may need to seek out professional help for more in-depth and frequent services.

Many clients complain of breakouts, congestion, and excess oil production so performing extractions to clear acne lesions and sebaceous filaments is an excellent way to detox the skin.

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Alex Hernandez
AHernandez@lne.com

Alex Hernandez, a licensed esthetician since 2016, serves as the Clinic Manager and Lead Educator at the Face Reality Acne Clinic in San Leandro, CA. Alex has trained alongside Laura Cooksey, owner and co-founder of Face Reality Skincare, a nationally recognized acne expert with 28 years of experience in educating professionals on safe and effective acne treatment. Alex became a Face Reality Certified Acne Expert in 2018 through diligent practical training and Laura’s online course. www.pros.facerealityskincare.com



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