Everyone body loves clear skin, With these facial treatments you can help your clients improve their skin and boost their confidence. Our accredited courses cover everything you need to know including anatomy & physiology & how to choose the right facial for a specific skin concern. These treatments will have your clients returning time & time again & can boost your earnings to the next level. All students will receive on going support from their personal tutor even after their course is completed.
A facial is great for general skin health as well as for specific skin conditions and anti aging (depending on products used) – it is skin care treatments for the face, including steam, exfoliation, extraction, creams, lotions, facial masks, peels, and massage.
Dermaplaning is a form of deep exfoliation using a sharp surgical blade to manually and safely scrape off any build-up of keratinised skin cells (stratum corneum) on the face.
The treatment removes vellus hair which can cause build-up of debris and oils in the follicle which can cause breakouts and a dull complexion.
Removing epidermal tissue allows active skincare ingredients much greater penetration into the epidermis increasing their effectiveness.
LED Light Therapy
LED Light Therapy is great in every single facial to calm any areas of irritation and it’s also wonderful at brightening the skin.
When used consistently, LED lights are thought to cause various reactions in your skin, such as fighting acne-causing bacteria, plumping skin and produce anti – ageing properties.
A course of treatments can offer corrective and long-lasting results, although you’ll be able to see a difference after the first session.
Waxing is the most popular used method with its ability to remove hairs quickly and efficiently. Soft wax is a much quicker treatment than hard wax. The wax is applied sparingly and removed straight after; it is not left on the skin to dry like hot wax. It is very easy to control the application of the soft wax making it ideal for facial hair removal e.g. lips, chin, eyebrow and sideburns. Soft wax consists of resin, paraffin wax, glucose syrup and honey. Soft wax is applied to the skin in a very thin layer using a spatula. A fabric or paper strip is then pressed on the waxed area and removed quickly causing minimum discomfort.