Thursday, 13 October 2022 13:45

Change of Life

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Professionals may have wondered about the effects menopause has on skin. They have all worked with clients who have relatively good skin and seem to be aging graciously, then suddenly skin begins to exhibit increased dryness, loss of tone, breakouts, and other conditions in a seemingly short amount of time. What exactly is happening inside the body to bring on these changes? 

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Karen AsquithKaren Asquith is recognized as an honored member of the Stanford International “Who’s Who” of business executive professionals. Currently, she is the national director of education for G.M. Collin Skin Care, based in Montreal, Canada and in Plattsburgh, New York, where she provides skin care training programs and guidance for an international staff of 140. For the past decade, Asquith has consistently been featured as a guest lecturer at skin care industry forums, presenting cutting-edge skin care protocols and topics throughout North America.  

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