Acne (lat. Acne vulgaris) is an inflammatory (inflammatory, inflammatory) skin disease, caused by changes in the pilosebaceous unit (a structure located in the skin and consisting of hair follicles and associated sebaceous glands).
Acne affects a large percentage of the population at some point in their lives. They appear in places where the sebaceous glands are most numerous – the face, neck, shoulders, chest, and back.
I am sure that you, as experts who already work with clients and who do numerous skin treatments, know that you can diagnose acne.
A professional and thorough approach to acne is very important. It is best when the problem is approached by a beautician and a dermatologist together. From my experience, this has proven to be a winning combination and the fastest way to a cure.
It is very important to be aware of the seriousness of this skin disease. Inadequate treatment can lead to worsening of the condition and leaving permanent consequences such as scars.
That is why good education in this field is very important, and it is obligatory to conduct cooperation with a dermatologist is necessary. It is also necessary to explain the condition to the client and suggest a way to cure it. Acne treatment is a long process and it is very important that you know all the steps to treating acne.
This is the way I have treated acne clients for many years, with great success.
1. Do classic facial treatment and clean the pores every month (peeling, comedo extraction, disinfection, mask, antibiotic gel)
2. Give the client to use proper after-care products morning/evening with proper soap and keratolytic cream.
3. Use antibiotic gel. Combine 2 different kinds and change it every month. First-month clindamycin next month erythromycin.
4. Suggest your client have good hygiene, clean towel for face, and pillowcase, and change it often.
5. Tell your client to use noncomedogenic makeup (very important) everything should be non-comedogenic: foundation, blush, compact powder (Brands: La Roche Posey, Avene, Clarins, Clinique, Lancôme, Shiseido) and to wash the sponge and brush every second or third day.
6. Cooperate with a dermatologist if it’s necessary to give the client pills or Roaccutane.
7. Do chemical peels (mesoestetic)
8. When you achieve good skin condition, without inflammatory processes, do microneedling to speed up the regeneration process and reduce scarring.
9. If acne scars remain after microneedling treatment and after the healing process does plasma fibroblast treatment around each scar.
10. Suggest your client eliminate milk and dairy products, dried meat products, and canned foods.
If you approach the solution of the problem in this way, successful treatment is guaranteed. For me, such clients have always been the greatest satisfaction because by solving their problems, I also influence their inner satisfaction and increase their self-confidence.
Since this condition affects all aspects of life, the solution to this problem is life-changing.
If you also want to make such changes to the skin and life of your clients, I recommend the PhiIon course in which there are bonus lessons: how to clean problematic skin with clogged pores and how to treat problematic skin with a plasma pen device and acne extension.
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