Webinar: Solutions for Acne-Prone Skin

Solutions for Acne-Prone Skin

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For those interested in treating acne, the education received in beauty school is typically not enough to make licensed professionals feel like an expert. Acne is one of the most common and complex skin conditions that spas will come across in their practice. Start an acne expert journey with some fundamental factors including how to curate a routine, nutrition do’s and don’ts, and lifestyle factors that can effect acne. Hear from renowned estheticians, Morgan Rackley and Savanna Boda as they also go deeper into what it means to be an acne expert and business owner.



Alex Hernandez

Alex Hernandez has held several roles over the years with Face Reality Skincare and now serves as the lead educator for the brand. In her role, she oversees professional educational training material, protocols, and classes on a national level. She has been in the skin care industry for the last decade and has been a Certified Acne Expert since 2018. Hernandez has worked with hundreds of acne clients throughout her aesthetics career and is a daily witness to the impeccable results that can be achieved when clients partner with a licensed aesthetician.


Savanna Boda

Savanna Boda paves the way for the new generation of aestheticians by utilizing social media for marketing and creating informational Instagram charts. Boda is a medical spa owner in Dallas, Texas who focuses on result-driven skin care and treatments. Boda is currently one of the in-house aestheticians with DERMASCOPE.


Morgan Rackley

Morgan Rackley is a licensed aesthetician, corrective skin expert, and owner of Luminous Skin Atlanta. The beauty industry has been her home for over 10 years, and she loves all things skin. Helping clients reach their skin goals is her number one priority.

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