Self-care is the greatest gift you can give. The ‘Self-Indulgent Treatments’ virtual guide by LearnSkin Faculty member, Amy Branum, is filled with recipes and practices. Find your favorite combination and set aside time each week to indulge.
A virtual guide shedding light on the potential toxins we’re exposed to in our daily lives. Download to learn more about minimizing toxic home exposure from cleaning and personal care products, furniture, carpets, paint, food, and water with Dr. Kennard’s secret nontoxic clean recipes and favorite women’s herbal medicine recipes.
While food is one of our most powerful medicines, sometimes it needs to be supercharged by additional nutrient support in the form of supplements and vitamins.
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.
Steroids work well to treat eczema, but many side effects can be concerning. Generally, steroids are safe to use but overuse can lead to side effects such as skin thinning. Read about five non-steroidal treatments for eczema to consider.
As clients seek a more whole-body and preventative approach to skin concerns like aging, acne control, and hyperpigmentation, integrative approaches will help estheticians address clients more completely.