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Wednesday, 30 July 2014 10:21

The Emotional Aspect of Treating Skin Conditions

Written by Michelle D’Allaird, L.E.

As aestheticians, we must understand that we do not treat skin conditions. Skin conditions are treated by those with an M.D. after their name. As skin care professionals, it is our job to enhance the health of the skin with our products and services. In order to do this, what we do in the treatment room is all about the customer and their emotions. We are taught in aesthetics school that our emotions are to be checked at the door.

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