One of the best things a skin care professional can do for each one of their clients is a thorough and complete consultation form. This is perhaps one of the most crucial components of a treatment service, and without it, clients could be missing out on the most eﬀective services. Potentially, skin care professional could cause more harm to a client than good because of a missed important contraindication. Every client will have far diﬀerent needs, concerns, and expectations. Even if a client comes in weekly or monthly for treatments, it is very possible that something has changed, whether it be their skin condition, their medications taken, or even their health conditions. The only way to know this is by asking some key questions each visit.
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Andrea Gregaydis is a licensed aesthetician and International CIDESCO Diplomat. She holds multiple additional licenses as a New York state instructor and nail technician, as well as certified laser technician. Gregaydis is the lead instructor at the Aesthetic Science Institute and has over 10 years of experience as a practitioner, team coordinator, and role model for hundreds of future skin care professionals. She is a contributing author to top industry trade magazines, as well as a speaker at various aesthetics conferences across the United States.