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Questions You Should Ask Your Aesthetician

There is such a concept as skin fitness. Many skincare lines will give you a plan of attack when you decide to use their products and skin-wise expertise. Usually, the goal is to maintain ideal hydration, balanced oil production, and healing from acne, dryness, fine lines or redness. We all want strong, resilient, clear skin with a healthy glow.

Unfortunately, not everyone knows what is in these protocols for skin fitness unless you are a trained professional. Many clients in the spa environment still confuse basic concepts for example the difference between dry and dehydrated skin. Those are two different problems and can be resolved with different products and home treatments.

There are still people out there who bathe their face in alcohol in an attempt to cure their acne and experience quick relief. And there is the issue of peels where more is not better, and knowing when to take a break would be wise. Skin care is just like everything else in life. We have to learn how to take care of it with the help of trained professionals. And there are the new technological advancements which come out every few years, and some of these are actually effective and affordable.

Learning about these devices and machines can also become handy. Talk to your local skincare professionals, aestheticians and facial specialists. Allow them to look at your skin and help you find products, treatments, technologies, and a home skincare routine that you can maintain between regular facials or treatments.

Some of these skin factors can be measured too. Beata Molnar licensed aesthetician, energy healer and biofeedback specialist, uses a simple skin tool in her treatment room that takes less than eight seconds to measure skin hydration, oil production and softness.

Every guest who comes to her spa will be scanned before the facial starts which allows her to establish a “skin conversation.” Clients will receive an evaluation and a condensed lecture about what can be done to initiate their own comprehensive skin fitness regimen. If you have any questions about treatments, facials and products, contact Massage Heights at the Landings and ask for Beata Molnar licensed aesthetician. 

 

Location: 4948 S Tamiami Trail, Sarasota. For more information, call 941-927-1030 or visit Facebook.com/molnareszku.

 

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