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An Overview of the Microbiome for Estheticians

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Overview of the microbiome for estheticians
Maria Mas, ND

Maria Mas

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Did you know that skin conditions such as acne, rosacea, atopic dermatitis, seborrheic dermatitis, and chronic wounds all relate to the microbiome?

The microbiome is an important community of microbes found in many areas of the body, such as the gut and the skin. When the gut or the skin microbiome shifts out of balance, this can set up the body for skin inflammation. While foods, botanicals, and supplements can help shift the microbiome, the esthetician’s role is to introduce topical ingredients to help bring skin back into balance. 

Download the virtual guide below to learn more about the microbiome, how it affects skin conditions, and what estheticians can do to help bring your client’s skin back into balance.

How the Microbiome Affects Skin Conditions

VIRTUAL GUIDE

Overview of the microbiome for estheticians - rosacea

Take your offerings one step further at the Integrative Esthetician Track with hands-on holistic skin care education and an opportunity to build meaningful partnerships with other skin care practitioners.

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