Friday, 19 November 2021 11:27

Perfecting Peeling Practices: Precautions & Considerations

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According to most medical practitioners, the goal of a chemical peel is to remove a predictable, uniform thickness of damaged skin, which subsequently allows for normal wound healing and skin rejuvenation to occur while simultaneously minimizing complications, such as scarring and unwanted pigmentary change.1

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Erin Madigan-FleckAn educational icon with over 37 years in the in the aesthetic industry, Dr. Erin Madigan-Fleck is a naturopathic medical doctor, licensed master cosmetologist, aesthetician, and licensed aesthetic instructor. Dr. Madigan-Fleck received her naturopathic doctoral degree from the University of Science, Arts & Technology College of Medicine and her naturopathic clinical studies at Progressive Medical Center in Atlanta, Georgia. She is a member of the American Society for Nutrition, International Association for Applied Corneotherapy, and the Society of Dermatological Skin Care Specialists. She is the CEO and owner of Naturophoria, a naturopathic and skin care clinic in Atlanta, Georgia and DermaEducationTV postgraduate aesthetic training.

 

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