Aestheticians see a multitude of different clients with varying skin types and conditions, but rosacea clients should get the gentlest of treatment. This skin condition can manifest in different forms from one client to the other. According to the National Rosacea Society, over 16 million Americans are affected by the skin disorder, and as many as 415 million worldwide, according to new research in the British Journal of Dermatology. Despite being a relatively common skin condition, only 18% of Americans with rosacea are currently receiving medical treatment for their condition, and some do not realize rosacea can be treated by over-the-counter and prescription products. As a professional, what is the plan of action for a sensitive rosacea client?
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Dasha Saian Marchese is the co-founder and current CEO of Saian and has over 21 years of experience in the spa industry. In addition to her business and marketing degree, she is a licensed aesthetician, certified nutrition and wellness consultant, official ambassador of the Aesthetics International Association (AIA), and certified family herbalist. Marchese is on the Editorial Advisory Board of DERMASCOPE Magazine; she gives lectures and classes internationally and regularly contributes to global trade publications.